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About Us

Our Vision

Cheam's vision is to continue looking after our fish and our environment, as the Pilalt did, and to keep our community healthy and strong.

The Vision of the Cheam First Nation management team is "lets'emó:t for a healthy community" Purpose

Our purpose and values are to encourage greatness; embody excellence; display professionalism; empathy; courage; valuing culture; tradition and integrity and deliver a service second to none. Mission Statement

The Mission is to deliver the services being ever aware of the tasks we own and the people receiving our services. How we approach the members responsibilities How we approach our responsibilities C are P lanning H umility R esourcefulness E mpathy I ntegrity A ccountability D ynamic M otivated E xcellence

 

 

Application Forms

New home and band rental applications can be requested at the administration front desk or the housing department. Who can apply?, any registered member of the Cheam First Nation

Request for: CMHC renovation assistance program; home adaptation for seniors and AANDC mold remediation program application forms can be requested from the Housing Department. Renovation programs are primarily geared towards on- reserve homes.

 

Chief And Council

The Cheam First Nation Members grant power to an elected Chief & Council to govern the affairs of the community with sound decision-making and an emphasis on the future.

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Contact Us

Cheam First Nation 52130 Old Yale Rd Rosedale, BC V0X 1X1

Ph: 1-604-794-7924 Fax: 1-604-794-7456

 

Contact Us

Cheam First Nation 52130 Old Yale Road Rosedale, BC V0X 1X1

Ph: 1-604-794-7924 Fax: 1-604-794-7456

 

 

 

 

 

 

Economic Development and Land Resources

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

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Executive Director

To ensure a clear separation between politics and administration, Chief & Council delegate management of the day-to-day procedural operations to the Executive Director.

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Finance

The finance department manages the finances and accounts of Cheam First Nation and some of its affiliated businesses.

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FinancialReports

/downloads/financialReports/Audited Consolidated Financial Statements and Notes/Consolidated Financial Statements and Notes March 31 2016.pdf

/Downloads/FinancialReports/Schedule of Remuneration and Expenses of Chief and Councillors/Schedule of Salaries, Honoria, Elected and Appointed officials FY 2015-2016.pdf

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Health and Social Development

The health and social development department offers a wide scope of services to community members living on-reserve.

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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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Medicinal Plant Harvesting and Uses

Plant harvesting for medicinal purposes and food has been our common practice for as long as anyone can remember and a very important key to our way of life. There is a connection that our First Nation people have to our traditional plants. In Cheam we have a few members dedicated to traditional medicines and have their own back yard gardens containing our medicines. Harvesting is still practiced today and growing stronger and our younger generation is taking notice, this is good as the traditional medicines will not be lost and can be handed down to generations’ to come.

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Pilalt Society Info

Cheam First Nation is a village of the Pilalt tribe of First Nations. Prior to European contact, our village participated with other Pilalt villages in stewarding our lands. Fishing has always been foundational to our people and has influenced our culture and traditions, how we steward our lands and the strong focus we have on protecting the environment. Before contact, the health of our community was strong. We managed our resources and food sources were plentiful.

After European contact, our people became dependent on the Indian Agency. The Federal and Provincial Governments took away our stewardship of the land and many of our systems now are colonized rather than traditional systems. Our systems are underfunded; therefore many of our programs and services are underfunded. That has resulted in poverty, social issues, anger and laws that negatively affect our ability to maintain our cultural and traditional ways.

Over the years, we have begun to slowly gain our stewardship of the land back by way ...

 

Projects

Short /long term strategic housing development plan The strategic housing development plan consist of staged development of new housing, that differs from surge housing development (build 10 homes wait five years), the idea is to develop at a consistent pace to allow for expansion of infrastructure and lot development to keep up.

Tenant training methods Tenant training: to provide tenants with a firm understanding of their responsibilities as a renter; leaser of a home including maintenance requirements of the tenant; budgeting methods; technics; as well as a better understanding of how a housing department budgets and how tenants contribute to the success of the program.

Call to action maintenance tracking system Although the process is not new, the methods for our housing program are. The purpose is to demonstrate accountability of the housing department; budget tracking; council reporting; maintenance use of time; maintenance trends and maintenance efficiency. Domestic issues / tenant behavior ...