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What's New

What's New

Notice of Ts'Elxweyeqw Tribe Management Limited (TTML) Community Ratification Vote

For the notice please click here.

Tzeachten Membership Memo: Distribution 2016

This Distribution will start on Thursday, December 1st, 2016 from 8:00am to 6:00pm. Friday, December 2nd will return to regular hours 8:00am to 4:00pm and closed between 12:00-1:00pm. 

November 18th, 2016 is the cut-off for new registrations. You can still register after but will not be included in this Distribution. If you have any questions or concerns you may call 604-846-4888.

Minors to age 15 ("In Trust") - $600.00 (Will receive full cheque when you turn 18)

Age 16-34 - $600.00

Seniors 65 and up - $700.00

For The 2016 Authorization Note please click here.


Tzeachten Election Regulations & Procedures 

For a copy of the Draft of Proposed Election Code Amendments please click here.

Tzeachten Election Regulations & Procedures Amendment Process Update

The Tzeachten Election Regluations & Procedures is now over twenty three (23) years old and requires review and amendments to modernize the election process. Click here for the document.


FMB, BMO & FNFA Press Release

On September 12, 2012, Tzeachten First Nation became the second First Nation in Canada, working under the FSMA (the First Nation Fiscal and Statistical Management Act), to access loan financing at rates below bank prime. Tzeachten’s loan rate is 2.50%.

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Proposed New Law - Noise Control Law

The purpose of the proposed Noise Control Law is to promote a healthy community environment where citizens can enjoy the use of their lands.

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Proposed Law - Property Transfer Tax Law

Tzeachten Council has determined that it is in the best interests of Tzeachten to pass a law to generate taxation revenues for local purposes from certain interests in lands on the reserve at the time of transfer of these interests. Under the proposed law, people who buy a home on leased or sub-leased land on the Reserve would pay Property Transfer Tax, similar to off-Reserve.


Contact Information for Tzeachten Enforcement Officers