Penelakut Tribe

Spune’luxutth is a healthy, safe and independent community guided by our strong culture. Our vibrant local economy and our extensive community facilities, services, and programs sustain our independence, safety, health, and our people. We live off the ocean, and our water and land are clean and pristine.

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Chief & Council

Penelakut Tribe has Council elections every four years, which allows for 9 Council members and 1 Chief Council. There is a community meeting that gives people the opportunity to nominate potential candidates and this list of nominees is used for the election ballots.

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Upcoming Community Events

Community News

Oct 20, 2021

Important letter from Chief Brown

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Sep 2, 2021

Art Contest

The artist from K’ómoks First Nation in B.C. designed one of the more popular logos associated with the “Every Child Matters” movement to honour the thousands of children who died in the federally funded, church-run boarding schools. Now, Penelakut …
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Jul 6, 2021

July 2021 Newsletter

Read the Penelakut September 2020 Newsletter for information about the Spune’luxutth Sulxwe’en Memorial Walk, Health News: Heat Exhaustion and Heat Stroke information, Salish Sea Market, Job Listings, Recreational Events, and much much more. To see the …
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Community Services

Health

Penelakut Health utilizes a blend of services that are based on traditional and modern practices to create a well-rounded service for membership.

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Education

The Education Department of Penelakut Tribe is committed to helping its members to achieve their educational goals and aspirations.

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Housing

Penelakut Tribe has a foundation of infrastructure that will support the growth and development of the community.

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Governance

Penelakut Tribe is governed by its elected Chief and Council and is striving towards becoming a self-governing community.

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Economic Development

Penelakut Tribe has developed strategic planning for its Economic Development Department to use as a guideline for future and current opportunities.

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Lands & Resources

The Lands and Resources Departments continue to work towards a sustainable development that will meet our community's needs.

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