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Community Engagement: Iwachis Settlement
Tseshaht elected Chief & Council are pleased to announce that we have now received the Iwachis Settlement funds from Canada. The funds are held in an account separate from the Nation’s Operating Account. Council remains committed to broad community engagement to inform spending plans and has engaged MNP Accounting & Consulting Firm to provide external facilitation support. MNP will assist with gathering community feedback that will form the basis of spending recommendations. There will be several sessions to capture the voices of our members who live in community and those who live away from home.

To help us better understand the needs and priorities of our members we ask that you attend the session that is closest to where you live. While we understand that there may be interest to attend multiple sessions, we ask that members only attend ONE session so that our report out reflects needs and priorities of members where they are living. Elders and youth may attend sessions where they live as well as participate in the age-focused sessions. There will be a zoom option available if you are not able to attend in-person.

You will receive a link to the Zoom meeting confirming your registration; however, there is another question below to indicate whether you will be attending in person or by Zoom.

Sept 20 | Nanaimo & Central Island Residents, Grand Hotel @ 5:00 PM
Sept 21 | ELDERS, Port Alberni @ noon, Maht Mahs Gym @ 12:00 PM
Sept 21 | Port Alberni & Area Residents, Maht Mahs Gym @ 5:00 PM
Sept 22 | Victoria & South Island Residents, Delta Hotels Ocean Pointe Resort @ 5:00 PM
Sept 25 | ZOOM ONLY (for those beyond Vancouver Island/Lower Mainland, or could not participate in session closest to where you live) @ 1:00 PM
Sept 26 | Vancouver & Lower Mainland Residents, Hyatt Regency @ 5:00 PM
Sept 27 | YOUTH 29 & under, Port Alberni, TFN Great Room @ 5:00 PM
Meeting is over, you can not register now. If you have any questions, please contact Meeting host: Tseshaht First Nation.