High Bar

First Nation

Status Card Does Not Expire During Covid

In response to questions received from First Nations members, citizens, and stakeholders, Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) is proactively sharing information to ensure that registered persons with status card can access programs, services, rights, and benefits during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Chromebook Laptops Available for 703 Registered Members

In an effort to support our students and community members we purchased a limited supply of Chromebooks. We understand how important it is to have access to the internet for Education, Community engagement, Work search, Virtual Dr visits and Cultural Connectivity and support while social distancing.

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High Bar - Fraser River Fishing - Not Supported

HBFN is not in support of Fraser River fishing at this time due to thee overall seasonal low salmon count and the impact it may have on current and future stocks.

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COVID-19 Information

Help phone lines, counselling services, Message from ISC, support for off reserve members, virtual help doctor

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Covid Relief for 703 Members

703 members covid relief fund

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School District No. 74

news release

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COVID-19

covid-19

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OFFICE CLOSED TO PUBLIC

office closed Monday March 23

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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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Job - Archeology

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

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Big Bar Mountain

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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