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Statement from the Office of the Chief: Honouring the courage of Indian Residential School Survivors and their families by upholding the truth of their lived experience and calling out misinformation

Time and again, Survivors have shown incredible courage to step forward. They were pivotal to the National Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Recently, in British Columbia, they stepped up again – such as the Lhtako Dene Survivors speaking in Council Chambers in...

TteS Communications App

Do you have the Tk̓emlúps Communications App? This is how we alert band members of jobs, events, news and emergencies. Scan the QR code or use the link below from your phone or tablet. GET THE APP...

Co-existing With Coyotes

Natural Resources Department is issuing a notice to Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc Community to create awareness surrounding human-wildlife interactions regarding Coyotes and provide ways to reduce conflict. Coyotes Background Information Coyotes usually breed in February,...

Snow Removal Notice

Winter snow removal is a huge task for Tk̓emlúps te Secwépemc (TteS) small crew. TteS responsibility to public roads, businesses, and elders driveways continues to grow. TteS first priority is to keep the arterial roads open so that traffic and emergency vehicles can...

2023 Drought Update

Summer 2023 Tk̓emlúps te Secwépemc lifted Level 5 Drought Water Restrictions in October 2023. Enhanced water use restrictions introduced in August effectively reduced community-wide water use by 25%. Tk̓emlúps te Secwépemc acknowledges and appreciates the efforts of...

2023 Holiday Garbage Collection

Garbage and recycling collection will not take place on Christmas Day, Boxing Day, or New Year’s Day in the lower neighborhoods of Sun Rivers. If your regular collection day is Monday (Christmas Day), it will be rescheduled to Wednesday, December 27. For Tuesday...