Community Garden: Growing Skills As Well As Vegetables

  A Community Garden is defined as a space where plants are grown by a community to meet that community’s needs. For the Hupačasath First Nation (HFN) its Community Garden (located just behind the new Youth Centre off of Beaver Creek Road) will help to grow skills and confidence,…


Scholarships and Graduation Time

It’s the end of the school year with many graduation ceremonies taking place! Our Councillor Jolleen Dick is the Education Portfolio holder, taking over from Jim Tatoosh. The first graduation ceremony this school year took place on June 4th where Jolleen attended and delivered a keynote speech to 56…


Hupacasath First Nation Assist With Media Project

Hupacasath First Nation is pleased to welcome Canada Wild Productions to film migrating sockeye salmon on our territory. They have been chasing sockeye along their route and it has taken us right up into Secwepemc Territory to the Adams River where we filmed the spawn last fall. For 2-3 days…


Hupačasath First Nation Acquires Land For Housing

Housing is the cornerstone of any vibrant, healthy community. Providing suitable, affordable shelter should be the mandate of any responsible government. To fulfil that goal the Hupacasath Housing Policy seeks to address housing matters and opportunities for all of its members. In 2005 and 2007 Hupacasath addressed housing needs…