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BC AFN workshop:

BUILDING LEADERSHIP IN OUR COMMUNITY

YO! NEWS

Chief and council members, hereditary leaders, and staff of the Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw Nations spent two days with Regional Chief Jody WilsonRaybould and her team from the BC Assembly of First Nations (BCAFN) at our Elder’s Centre. On March 15 and 16 Jody and her team went over the Governance Toolkit they developed to assist First Nations. The Toolkit is a way for leaders, staff and elders to explore how to re-build or reform governance from the negative effects of things like the Indian Act. Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw Nations is one of a small number of First Nations invited to test out the Governance Toolkit. In its simplest meaning, Governance is the rules to coordinate our actions and achieve our goals. Jody is a member and on council for the We Wai Kai Nation (Cape Mudge Nation). In her early years she attended Robert Scott Elementary School. She is pleased to visit our community, including the Eke Me-Xi School and the Gwa'sala'Nakwaxda'xw School. Her team included her husband Tim Raybould, and staff Angie Derrickson from Westbank First Nation and Alyssa Melnyk. The two day workshop took place PAGE 1

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BUILDING LDRSHIP CONT. PUBLIC WORKS SOC. ASSIST. + TRAINING FITNESS, TLI’NA + LETTER PATIENT TRAVEL + TRUST HOUSING COMM. + CCP HALIBUT OPPORTUNITY WAKAS HALL UPDATE NOTICES COLOURING JOB POSTINGS MARK YOUR CALENDAR

at the Elder’s Centre with lovely meals prepared by Janine Sheard, Linda PaulHenderson and her sister Rose King. We were honored to listen to feast songs by Gary Walkus, Ernie Scow and Buddy Walkus. Regional Chief Jody Wilson began the workshop by talking about how First Nation laws and traditions were taken over by colonial governments. Hereditary leader Tom Henderson explained how historically Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw Nations were two distinct Nations. He stressed how the Nations were selfsufficient, and had a strong connection to the lands. In Tom’s words, the people did not need towns; “we lived off of the lands”. (Continued on pg. 3)


Yo! News is prepared by Jessie Hemphill, Gwa’sala’Nakwaxda’xw Executive Assistant and Communications Officer. This newsletter is delivered to all houses on the Tsulquate Reserve every second week and posted to the Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw website. If you have questions or comments about this newsletter, contact Jessie at (250) 949-8343 or e-mail jessieh@gwanakplan.org. The purpose of this newsletter is to keep Gwa’sala’Nakwaxda’xw community members informed about what is happening in the Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw Band Office and the surrounding community. Anybody is welcome to make submissions to the newsletter, including announcements, lost-and-found, photographs, bakwam’kwala words, stories, legends, drawings, etc. etc. etc. Other ways to stay connected to the Gwa’sala’Nakwaxda’xw community are: Website (www.gwanak.info) Facebook (User: Gwasala Nakwaxdaxw) Twitter (User: Gwasnakw) Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw Nations Band Office PO Box 998, 154 Tsulquate Reserve Port Hardy, B.C. V0N 2P0

COUNCIL Chief Paddy Walkus: (250) 949-1486 Sits on all committees / paddywalkus@gmail.com Ernie Henderson: (250) 230-4198 Health & Social Development, Housing, Fisheries, Education, Ec. Dev., Treaty, Personnel and Finance Portfolios Crystal Walkus: (250) 230-4649 Ec. Dev., Personnel & Policies, and Recreation Portfolios Gary Walkus: (250) 230-2479 Health & Social Development & Ec. Dev. Portfolios Robert Walkus: (250) 230-2155 Education Portfolio Victor Walkus: (250) 230-2335 Health & Social Development, Housing, Forestry, Ec. Dev., and Recreation Portfolios Norman Charlie: (250) 902-8492 Ec. Dev., Recreation & Education Portfolio, David Charlie: (250) 949-9413 Fisheries and Recreation Portfolios

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STAFF Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw Band Office Phone: (250) 949-8343 / Fax: (250) 949-7402 Les Taylor, Band Manager manager@gwanak.info / (250) 902-2307 Margaret Bernard, Finance finance@gwanak.info / (250) 902-2308 Conrad Browne, Economic Development ecdev@gwanak.info / (250) 902-2301 Pat Dawson-Hunt, Social Development patriciad@gwanak.info / (250) 902-2309 Colleen Hemphill, Treaty chemphil@telus.net / (250) 949-8424 Linda Paul, Treaty Administrative Assistant kasalas4859@hotmail.com / (250) 902-2311 Jessie Hemphill, Communications & Exec. Assistant jessieh@gwanakplan.org / Cell: (250) 902-8221 Lorna Henderson, Housing l.d.henderson7@live.ca / (250) 902-2304 Nicole McLelland, Natural Resources Manager nmclelland@cablerocket.com / (250) 902-2310 Fax: (888) 345-5063 Grace Smith, Education grace.smith176@gmail.com / (250) 902-2320 Bob Swain, Public Works Cell: (250) 230-0087 Native Courtworker Office (250) 902-2223 Natasha Walkus, Treaty Resource Assistant natashaw@gntreaty.org / (250) 902-2305 Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw Elders Centre Janine Sheard, Elders’ Coordinator (250) 949-7406 Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw Health & Family Services Front Desk: (250) 949-8131 / Fax: (250) 949-6811 Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw School Front Desk: (250) 949-7743 / Fax: (250) 949-7422 Eke Me-Xi School (250) 949-8332

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We were “very powerful”, explained Tom.

Leaders and staff broke into two groups to discuss questions in the Toolkit survey. As Jody says, “we are in an exciting period of change”. We have an opportunity to identify what is working well and where there are gaps in terms of the institutions of governance and the powers that may need to be advanced. Chief Paddy Walkus thanked Jody for bringing the important information to our community. The work is not yet complete, and another session will be held to complete the assessment of where we are at – our unique governance capacity, needs and priorities.

The Toolkit by the BCAFN is to help discussions and work to re-build First Nations’ Governance from the negative influences of the past, to become strong again. The workshop noted that the Indian Act is not an appropriate Governance framework for First Nations’ people – nor for any people. Strong and appropriate governance is necessary if we are to reach our full potential.

A key theme of Jody’s is that “Everybody has a role to play”. Everyone needs to be involved. You need to make your voice heard, whether that is in meetings, on Facebook or other social media, or talking with staff and leaders. Governance foundations need to flow from the community, from the members, elders, staff, and leaders.

The Toolkit helps First Nations to make an “exit strategy” from the Indian Act. Topics that are looked at in the Toolkit include: Powers of First Nations; Citizenship, Land Management, Financial Administration, and Governance Self-Assessment. SelfAssessment was the focus of the two day workshop with leaders and staff.

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We thank all of those who helped make the workshop successful, and we will make the full report available when it is ready which includes next steps. Written by Sharlene Frank, Co-ordinator/Contractor of BC AFN Workshop, March 15 and 16, 2012 at Elders Centre on behalf of Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw Nations Treaty Office

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PUBLIC WORKS WATER RESULTS: The chlorine reading for this week is 0.76, which was collected at the Elder's Centre. The chlorine is put into our water system to get rid of any bacteria (coliforms) that may be in our water. I will be pleased to answer any questions that you may have about our water.

COMMUNITY CLEAN-UP: On April 4, 5 & 6 we will have our community clean up. We will have 3 bins brought into the community at the usual locations, by the Band Office, the park and the old school site. I will be driving the Public Works truck for community members to load and unload the community garbage. It would be nice to have a clean community once again with everyone helping out, especially the ones who received funds from the Band and said that they would clean the community.

Community clean-up April 4-6

COMMUNITY BUILDINGS: I would like to thank the concerned community members who let me know if any exterior lights are not working. I have also asked staff members to let me know when there are any problems in their buildings.

EMERGENCY PLAN UPDATE: The emergency planning committee meets on a regular basis, which is the first Tuesday of the month. We are currently working on putting together a pamphlet for our community which will have information on what to do in the event of a disaster. Also I’m looking to locate some funding to help us with our training and equipment.

FIRE SURVEY: I will be going to each home to check on smoke alarms and fire extinguishers in the very near future. I will also be doing a survey for the people who live in the tsunami zone for our emergency plan.

Fire safety surveys happening soon!

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SOCIAL ASSISTANCE

TRAINING OPPORTUNITY

You must come into renew your file! This is for everyone that is on our Social Assistance Program. Please bring in the hydro, both pages please, as well as updated identification, one must be a picture, for both you and your spouse, and one piece for each child you have on the file.

The Gwabalis Fishing Group still has spots available in the following courses:

Make an appointment by calling 949-8343 or come by the office to make the appointment! Thank you & I look forward to seeing you soon! No cheque if I don’t see you before next Wednesday, and you will have to make an appointment & no cheque until after the appointment! Please don’t get mad at the Secretary!!!!!

Marine Emergency Duties A1 (MED A1) o Mar 27-29

Radio Operators (MROC) o Mar 29

Marine Basic First Aid o Apr 4-5

All courses are offered at the North Island College in Port Hardy. Interested candidates should contact Florence Van Graven directly at gwabalisinfo@quatsinofn.ca or (250) 9020654.

PAT DAWSON-HUNT

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FITNESS Thursdays/Fridays: Where: Robert Scott School gym When: 6 p.m. Thursdays and 1 p.m. Fridays Who: 14 and over (all must follow gym rules) Why: Diabetes prevention and management of diabetes What: Exercising to get fit or stay fit. You do not have to do the boot camp.

LETTER RE: COMMUNITY HEALING FEAST When it was first announced to the community it was talk of the whole reserve. Everyone will have a chance to mingle & enjoy all company & listen & be involved in our culture.

ANDREA WALKUS

! If you want some ooligan/oolichan grease, call Bird at 949-2743.

There was an elder that attended this occasion to enjoy the events that were taking place. Unfortunately this elder did not have the same benefit as most of the community did. Not only was this person disrespected at the feast but it also happened when going home. When it comes to an elder being disrespected what kind of healing feast is it? How do you think this person felt about an event that was supposed to bring our people together? Where is this “respect your elders”? You hear it wherever you go; when you see an elder show respect, love & honour. There wasn’t any for this elder that evening.

Please people I beg you whatever is heavy in your heart let it rest. Let this hatred be of the past. It doesn’t benefit you or the one you hurt. You can go to healing ceremony after healing ceremony & still be the same after you leave, what is the purpose? Also this is a form of elder abuse…..

ANONYMOUS

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PATIENT TRAVEL Hello to everyone, We sure got a lot of sick people out there, including our Elders.. Have to be very careful out there. I know the nurse was given immunazations for whooping cough, very important you and your families get this done. Call the front desk and they will let you know when the nurse will be in to give it next time. We are still in need of escorts for mainly our Elders to their appointment/s you need to have a reliable vehicle to take them down and wait for them. You can not just drop them off you would have to take them to appt and wait until they are done. Because of all this snow I would like to suggest that people who have to go down Island to please take the bus,I know it longer but I’m pretty sure you will get there safe and sound if they don’t break down. I heard about what happened a few days ago. This is just a suggestion. I am very sorry to all the people who are calling me about the van that was suppose to be used as Travel van. I believe you can call Les and he’ll fill you in on details about the van.

TRUST UPDATE The Trust Committee would like to remind the community that Toro Marketing (Steph & Karen) work for the Trust to help with administration and organization. For example, they suggest when the Trust Committee should consult a lawyer about things, or they advise on record keeping, where to find information, etc. They don’t make decisions about how the Trust funds are spent, and they don’t have a vote at committee meetings. The Trust Committee really appreciates all of the great work that Steph and Karent have put in to make sure our Trust moves ahead. Please call Robert Walkus, Trust Chair, at 230-2155 if you have any questions about Toro’s role with the Trust. There are several meetings coming up in the near future – a committee meeting, then a meeting with Towers & Watson to discuss the new investment strategy. We are looking at May to have another allband meeting, but we’ll keep you posted on that. There are still funds to deal with bedbugs. If you have a

Bernadine at the Band Office 949-8343 to leave your name and house number so we can deal with the bedbugs in our community.

Please call me at 902-2278 if you have any questions about the above. Our Fax is 9496811 or 949-8413 that is my direct fax. Thank you to you all for your Attention.

FROM BUNNY JACKSON

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BEDBUG ISSUE, PLEASE call

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HOUSING COMMITTEE Hello community members,

CCP MENTORING Last week I went to the Nazko First Nation (near Quesnel) and to Cowichan Tribes in Duncan, to do some Comprehensive Community Planning (CCP) mentoring.

Our next Housing Committee meeting will be Sunday, March 25th starting @ 6pm.Meeting will be held @ our family unit behind Eddie Charlie's,will be open to communit. Les will be taking part in our next meeting to help facilitate which will be in camera... Alrighty community members hope to see you @ the next Housing Committee meeting...

RICKY COON

Uikpa[k STAY WARM & DRY IN ALL THIS SNOW!

As many of you will remember, we did a CCP from 2008-2010 (and we’ve had some meetings recently) which involved many community members and was pretty succesful. Nazko (Racheal Chantyman, above, is their planner) and Cowichan (with planner Warren Johnny) are working on their own CCPs, and I went there with planners from Penticton and Musqueam to help them out with their CCPs, and share some stories from our community. In Nazko I went to a community lunch with about 10 community members, plus staff, and we shared stories about community planning, and their vision for their community. Then the next day, at their band office in Quesnel, I presented at a meeting of their staff and showed them the CCP video we made, which they really liked. After that I came back to Vancouver Island and went to Duncan. I was supposed to be there for two days, working with their planner, but because of a death in their community and the Truth & Reconciliation Commission being there, it was changed to one day. We did a staff meeting, and about 7 staff members came. I hope Aboriginal Affairs, which funded this pilot project, keeps it going in the future. It’s a great way to get to know other communities and share our good ideas.

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WAKAS HALL UPDATE

layout choices. Just like with the wall paint you the community - will be asked to vote from a number of choices. In non painting related news the basketball hoops, badminton and volley ball uprights are on their way. Since there were some funding ix ups they are not yet finished as soon as they ought to have been but are well on there way. Once they are finished they will be headed to the paint shop so as to match up with fancy new hall colors.

As I’m sure most of you have all noticed, Wakas hall is sporting a fancy new paint job. This is thanks in most part to the work of Ernie Henderson. Johnson helped out near the end of the project and I would like to give a big shout out to him for lending and hand and for a job well done. The community got the colors it voted on and I think they look terrific. The next few steps in the painting project will include touching up the paint job that was done, having three locals artists – Walter Brown, Danny Coon and another – put their traditional art upon the walls and floor.

This is all very exciting and I am very glad to have all the great community support I have been given. If you have any questions or concerns feel free to contact me at Eke me-Xi. The number there is 250 949-8332.

JAMAINE CAMPBELL EKE ME-XI (Volunteer coordinator)

Finally, I have been approved for funding to arrange getting sports line painted on the floor. There will be 5 different courts. There will be a volleyball court, an indoor soccer court, a basket ball court, two badminton courts and of course a floor hockey court. Keep an eye out in Yo! News for color and PAGE 9

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PLEASE NOTE THAT THE HALL WILL BE CLOSED FROM APRIL 9-13 AND 23-27 FOR FLOOR PAINTING! 20/02/2012


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Invitation Mount Waddington Health Network Forum Please join us to learn about the progress of the Health System Stabilization Local Working Group Participate in a small group conversation and share:  What you see are the main problems or issues in health care?  What IS working?  If you are not using the health care system-why not?

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LOCAL JOB POSTINGS JOB TITLE : TRANSIT DRIVERS

Convenience, Port Hardy

Company: North Island Community Services Date Posted : 3/20/12 Full/Part-Time : Casual Salary : $17.50/Hr Details : Valid drivers licence, class 4 unrestricted. no more than 5 points in the past or 2 violations on driving record, no suspensions/probation for 5 years, excellent customer-relation skills, criminal record check. Contact : Apply to Box 1028 Port McNeill, BC V0N 2R0 / Email: nicsbc@telus.net

Company Name : Old Schoolhouse Store Date Posted : 3/14/12 Full/Part-Time : Full-Time Details : Clerk, cashier and stocking shelves. Must be flexible willing to work any shift, days, afternoons until 10 pm and weekends. Must be physically fit for duties; have reliable transportation. We are willing to train. Apply w/res in person. Contact : Apply to Pat, 4950 Beaver Harbour Road, Port Hardy, BC

JOB: DOCK WORKERS/OFFLOADERS Company: Bear Cove Ice/ Walcan Seafood Ltd. Date Posted : 3/19/12 Full/Part-Time : Part-time Salary : $11.50/Hr Details : Will train. Workers must supply their own raingear and boots. Those with transportation will be given priority. Contact : Fax resume or letter of interest to 250.949.7703 or call Louise Bell 250.671.9900

JOB TITLE : HOUSEKEEPING Company Name : Providence Place Date Posted : 3/19/12 Full/Part-Time : Part-time Details : Part-time winter to full time summer. Housekeeping staff are responsible for the cleanliness of guest rooms, hallways, and public areas in the hotel. Contact : Elaine Spencer 250-949-8899

JOB TITLE : SALES CLERK Company Name : Supreme Convenience Date Posted : 3/15/12 Full/Part-Time : Part-time Salary : $9.50/Hr Details. Evenings and weekends. Experience not necessary will train. No phone calls please. Contact : Submit resume in person between 6am and 2pm to Manager/Assistant Manager, Supreme PAGE 16

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JOB TITLE : CLERK/CASHIER

JOB TITLE : PLANT PRODUCTION WORKER Company Name : Agency Listing Date Posted : 3/13/12 Full/Part-Time : Seasonal Location : Port Hardy Salary : $12.50-14/hr Details : 2-3 possible positions at a kelp processing facility in the Tacan Industrial site. Plant workers will be operating, cleaning and maintaining several different types of equipment used to process kelp. Steel toed rubber boots and rain gear required. Shift start times are variable to fit with harvesting schedule. Contact : Drop off resume at Port Hardy NIEFS office.

JOB TITLE : KELP HARVESTERS Company Name : Agency Listing Date Posted : 3/13/12 Full/Part-Time : Seasonal Location : Port Hardy Salary : $12.50-14/hr Details : One position available to hand pick kelp from a 30 ft. skiff. Harvester must be physically fit, be willing to start early in the morning and follow safety protocols. Additional Info : MED A3 or PCOC certification required. Incentives available for efficient harvesting. Contact : Drop off resume at Port Hardy NIEFS office.

JOB TITLE : HARVEST SKIPPER Company Name : Agency Listing 20/02/2012


Date Posted : 3/13/12 Full/Part-Time : Seasonal Location : Port Hardy Salary : $16-18/hr Details : One person required to operate a 30-ft skiff with outboard to handpick kelp in local waters; skipper is expected to supervise personnel onboard, follow safety protocols and maintain vessel. Experience operating boats and outboards required. SVOP, ROC, and MED A3 certifications required. Early morning starts required. Incentives available for efficient harvesting. Contact : Drop off resume at Port Hardy NIEFS office.

JOB: TERMINAL SERVICE ATTENDANT Company Name : BC Ferry Services Inc. Date Posted : 3/8/12 Full/Part-Time : Seasonal Location : Port Hardy Salary : $20.91/HR Details : You are a dynamic team player providing cleaning, routine maintenance & security for the terminal, while assisting with vessel loading, unloading, and docking, participate in safety drills & perform routine inspections. Additional Info : You identify and report security breaches and potential hazards, update files and manuals, maintain activity logs, provide information and assistance to customers. A valid BC Driver's License required. Forms: http://www.bcferries.com/about/employme nt Contact : Please send your resume with application form to erlr@bcferries.com or fax to (250) 339-5427.

JOB TITLE : SHINGLE SAWYER Company Name : Gold Band Shake & Shingle Date Posted : 3/6/12 Full/Part-Time : Full-Time Location : Port Hardy Details : Must be experienced conventional shingle sawyer. Require CSA safety boots. Start ASAP. Apply in person or by phone or fax. Contact : To apply phone Scott at: 250-9021009 Fax: 250-949-2689 or in person: 6225 Jensen Cove Road, Port Hardy

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JOB TITLE : PACKER Company Name : Gold Band Shake & Shingle Date Posted : 3/6/12 Full/Part-Time : Full-Time Location : Port Hardy Details : Must be experienced packer; require CSA steel toe safety boots. Apply in person or by phone or fax with resume. Contact : 6225 Jensen Cove Road, Port Hardy BC Phone: 250-902-1009 Fax: 250-949-2689

JOB TITLE : CUBERMAN Company Name : Gold Band Shake & Shingle Date Posted : 3/6/12 Full/Part-Time : Full-Time Location : Port Hardy Details : Must be experienced cuberman; have CSA safety boots. Apply in person or by phone or fax with resume Contact : 6225 Jensen Cove Road, Port Hardy BC Phone: 250-902-1009 or Fax: 250-949-2689

All postings from www.niefs.net

RESUMÉ TIPS:  Always include at least two references.  Make sure your contact information is up-todate, especially cell phone numbers  Try to use words used in the job posting in your resumé and cover letter  Make sure your resumé and cover letter are neat (no wrinkles, handwriting or smudges) and spell-checked

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MARK YOUR CALENDAR MARCH MARCH 23: Minister of Aboriginal Affairs & Northern Development Canada, John Duncan, visiting Closing date for halibut license lease applications MARCH 25: Housing Committee Meeting, 6 p.m. @ Family unit behind Eddie Charlie’s MARCH 26: Grief & Loss Workshop, 6-8 p.m. @ PHSS Room 615 MARCH 27: Signing of Aboriginal Health Plan, 5:30-7:30 p.m. @ Quinsam Centre, Campbell River Mt. Waddington Regional Health Network Forum, 9:30-3:30 @ Pt. McNeill Comm. Hall MARCH 31: Garage, plant & bake sale, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. @ Hardy Bay Seniors Centre

APRIL APRIL 3: GN Emergency Management Committee Mtng., 10-11 a.m. @ Wakas Hall APRIL 4-6: Community Clean-up APRIL 6-9: Easter long weekend APRIL 9-13: Wakas Hall CLOSED for floor painting APRIL 13-14: Truth & Reconciliation Commission Regional Event, Victoria Conf. Centre, Victoria BC APRIL 23-27: Wakas Hall CLOSED for floor painting

Every Monday: Council Meeting @ 3 p.m. @ Band Office Every Thursday: Fitness at 6 p.m. @ Robert Scott School Every Friday: Fitness at 1 p.m. @ Robert Scott School

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