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General Band Meeting 03-08-2020

High Bar First Nation Chief and Council would like to invite members to the General Band Meeting March 8th, 2020 at 7645 Hwy 97 Clinton BC.  Lunch is at noon, meeting starts at 1.  RSVP office@hbfn.ca or call 250-459-2117

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FAMILY DAY

High Bar First Nations Office Will be closed Monday February 17th for Family Day. Sorry for any inconvenience, but we hope you have a wonderful day. Shanelle Adolph HBFN Office Coordinator  7645 Highway 97 Clinton BC

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GBM Minutes - October 27 2019

Here is a copy of our Meeting Minutes from the general Band meeting on October 27 2019.   ----------------------------------------. GBM OCT 27 MM.docx  

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Referrals/Natural Resources Worker

Hello High Bar First Nation Members High Bar First Nation is looking for an enthusiastic candidate to fill a position for Natural Resources/Referrals.  The attachment below is a description of the responsibilities, and expected conditions.   Thank you, Shanelle Adolph High Bar First Nations Office Coordinator Jan06NatResource.pdf

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Job - Archeology

Click on the attatchment below to find more on upcoming archeology Opportunities through the HBFN office.  Thank you archDec.docx

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Christmas Presents

Kukpi7 and Councillors from High Bar First Nation would like to wish everybody a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. xmas present.docx

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Letter to Members

Below is a link to a letter sent form Graeme Drew, from Drew North Consulting regarding the Election Policy and Membership Code.   fbintro.JPG

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General Band Meeting

Here is the Agenda For the General Band Meeting to take place on October 27th Lunch at 12:00 pm Call to Order at 1:00 pm   Draft agenda for October 27 2019.docx

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October 19th Council Meeting Agenda

Here is the Agenda for the council meeting that will take place October 19th  2019 Agenda.docx

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Big Bar Landslide Incident - Update

In late June, a landslide in a remote, rugged canyon along the Fraser River north of Lillooet was reported to authorities. Huge pieces of rock from a 125-metre cliff had sheered off and crashed in to the river, creating a five-metre waterfall. Based on the magnitude of the obstruction, salmon migrating upstream were impeded from naturally proceeding beyond the landslide.

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