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Chief and Council Portfolios

In order to achieve a more consistent and balanced workload among elected leadership, the following tasks and outcomes have been developed for Council to advance grouped issues on a political level.

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Education Department

Education Manager Responsibilities

Cheam’s Education priorities are to provide members with a sense of belonging and personal worth and ability. Provide employment training\trades education. Our goal is to promote learning and provide life skills education free from economic worries.

 

 

 

 

Economic Development and Land Resources

Our people have been the “caretakers” of the land since time immemorial.

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Education

The education department strives to promote learning and to provide life-skills education, free from economic worries.

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Historical Resources

Our people have been the “caretakers” of the land since time. Historically, our resources have always sustained us and been critical to our survival. We used our resources for food, bartering and trading for survival. Also, the lands and resources have always taken care of our social wellbeing as a people. Our lands are used for food, trading, hunting and plants for traditional medicines and teas. The water is used for spiritual baths, fishing for food, social and ceremonial purposes. We also sell fish to enhance our economic sustainability. As a People, we respect the land and resources by giving back, keeping it clean and looking after our homes. We conserve our resources by not taking more than what we need, we must not be greedy. The vision is to still have our resources for our grandchildren for many generations to come.

 

 

Management

Cheam First Nation Management oversees the day-to-day operational business and responsibilities between our internal/external clients and various companies.

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