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The Chief and Council of Saulteau First Nations will be holding a General Meeting on August 7, 2014 at 6:00pm at the Saulteau First Nations Gymnasium. Dinner will be served. Citizens wishing to add agenda items need to contact Angie Grant at prior to August 4th at 4:30pm to have these agenda items confirmed.

Updates on Mount McAllister Fire:
Mount McAllister Fire
Community Meeting
Saulteau First Nations Gymnasium
Monday, July 21, 6:30 p.m.

Presentations will be delivered by the Incident Commander about the fire, Structural Protection personnel about structural protection and Fire Smart, Regional District about Evacuation Alerts, and others. Bring your questions, we want to hear from you. Bulletin-Map


Re: Leadership Policy Manual
5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
June 02, 2014 (5-8pm)
Light Supper at 6:30 pm.

Notice of Additional Community Meeting
For the Purpose Of Discussing the Leadership Policy Manual V.2
Saulteau First Nations Gym

TO ALL CITIZENS of the SAULTEAU FIRST NATIONS TAKE NOTICE that a Special Band General Meeting - specific purpose:

Agenda: Seek member input on content of Leadership Policy Manual and approve for implementation on June 1, 2014. Copies of 'Draft Leadership Policy Manual' Version.0 were made available on March 20, 2014 during the Open House held in the Band Hall on March 19 and 20th, 2014. A copy was also made available on the SFN website: This draft copy has been made available to encourage band members to reflect on contents, create joint and widespread understanding of contents, and level-set expectations between band membership (citizens), Chief & Council, and Director of Operations.

On March 19 and Mar 20, 2014 Version 0, Dated February 28, 2014, was shared with Community prior to First Band General to be held on April 29, 2014. The second Band General is scheduled for May 13, 2014, and the final Band General on June 11, 2014. Families are encouraged to discuss concerns with a Councillor at least one week prior to each Band General Meeting. Input can then be consolidated for review by the entire band during the Band General.

All meetings are at 5:00 pm in the Saulteau First Nations Gymnasium.

Saulteau First Nations Leadership Manual Version.0.pdf - Download

SFN Leadership Manual Version V 1 May 15 2014.pdf - Download

SFN LPM V.2 June 2, 2014.pdf - DownloadNew

Saulteau First Nations not in agreement with Hackney Hills Wind Project in BC Hydro’s call for "Clean Power"

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Skull Formation

[March 17 2010 Media Release] On March 11, 2010 BC Hydro posted an update to their website in regards to the first set of Electricity Purchase Agreements awarded under the Clean Power Call. Nineteen projects were awarded electricity purchase agreements. The projects are intended to provide a step toward building a “clean energy powerhouse here in BC.” Further to these agreements, and currently under consideration by the BC Bas Relief PetroglyphUtilities Commission, is the Hackney Hills Wind Project. The Saulteau First Nations are not in agreement with the project as it threatens a significant First Nations cultural heritage site. “In the province’s bid to supply the future energy needs they are following a process that results in the destruction of sacred sites,” states Chief Harley Davis. The Saulteau First Nations believe that development of these sacred mountains will result in a loss of aboriginal culture and history for future generations. “The preservation of the large stone skull monument on the sacred mountain is representative of how the land and resources could be used or abused,” notes elder Jack Davis. “The cultural impacts and potential infringement of rights could result in economic and social problems for generations if the project were to proceed at this location.”

Dancing Spirits Dance Group

Moberly Lake Dancing Spirits

Informational Website

We are the dancers of the "Moberly Lake Spirits" our group has been together for approximately 10 years with 3 elders and 1 adult and 9 youth whom are active at events. We currently perform to promote our culture, our community and to educate about First Nation people.