New Year’s greetings: Tla’amin Nation hegus John Hackett

Season’s greetings, from the Tla’amin Nation. I would like to take this opportunity to send our gratitude from our nation and leadership.

We all pulled together during the challenging times, this 2020, our nation along with City of Powell River and qathet Regional District.

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Tla’amin is just entering into our second term as a self-governing nation, a very exciting pathway our nation has chosen to move forward. We are obviously making adjustments to organizational structure, as well as amending laws, regulations and policies to get them more traction in our ever-changing governance and administrative structure, to serve our community fairly, plus hold the cultural integrity of the Tla’amin Nation.

It is a great situation that City of Powell River and qathet Regional District have a working relationship so good that some of us have each other’s text numbers; the communication is always encouraged.

Overall, our wish is for everyone’s health and safety. Always use social distancing outside your bubble, and mask up. Please wash and sterilize your hands as much as possible.

Happy New Year from Tla’amin Nation.       

 
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