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Economic Development

Economic Development and growth produces the resources and opportunities for Cheam First Nation members’ to improve their standard of living and socio-economic well-being through business and employment. Business and employment are just two of Cheam’s quality of life indicators to create a climate to attract investment and generate wealth. Chief & Council will continue to encourage and expand new and emerging economic and business developments to create a

Sustainable community without compromising Cheam First Nation’s culture, heritage or traditional territory. To move forward we must set out a collective vision and principles; set goals and create action items in:

  • Developing a strategy for fish management
  • Designing  a Fraser River Stewardship Plan
  • Building strengths through Cheam resources
  • Having businesses provide income and jobs for members
  • Creating sustainable band owned businesses
  • Designing an intake channel for boats
  • Constructing a potential Marina
  • Providing growth in services and employment to membership in and around our territory
  • Sustaining long term financial security