Scheduled for Monday June 24th at the P’egp’ig’lha Community Centre. Information will be available on the proposed land code and we’ll have snacks laid out too! 5 – 7 p.m.
Drew Shaw from OneFeather is conducting the advanced poll at the P’egp’ig’lha Community Centre. 9 a.m. – 8 p.m. Al Gross from Kelowna is in attendance as a Verifier with the Lands Advisory Board Resource Centre to oversee the vote and ensure that it is conducted according to the rules set out in the…Details
Land code vote is up and running. Eligible voters (T’it’q’et members who are 18 or older on June 27, 2019) can vote online now. Check your mail for Notice of Vote packages that have been sent to you by post office. Advanced polling day at P’egp’ig’lha Community Centre on June 13th. Voting day at P’eg’ig’lha…Details
OneFeather has a list of T’it’q’et members who are eligible to vote. The voting packages have been sent out by OneFeather and you should be receiving them in the mail if they haven’t been delivered already. The packages include a paper ballot and a sheet to confirm your identity and a stamped envelope so that…Details
These are officially verified by Hugh Taylor of Creston BC. He is the Verifier appointed by T’it’q’et to verify the land code and community ratification process. He ensures that these documents meet the standards set out in the Framework Agreement on First Nation Land Management.
When a community passes a land code, there is some federal legislation that is still in applicable to reserve land.