Shxw’ōwhámél traditionally means 'where the river levels and widens'. Shxw’ōwhámél people have occupied this territory since time immemorial. We are a community of 200 members with approximately 150 people residing on the main reserve.Our story
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Ensure consistent, transparent, and trustworthy
governance and administration of the community and
strengthen relationships with the Tíyt Tribe and the
broader Stó:lō community.
Build connections between families and on and off reserve membership as well as the Tíyt Tribe, and the broader Stó:lō communities and institutions.
Implement a robust policy framework that will provide clear guidelines for how Si:yá:m Council and administration should operate.