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Lower Fraser Fisheries Alliance

A voice for the First Nations of
the Lower Fraser River.

LFFA Fishers Working Together

LFFA Fishers Working Together Video

In order to ensure that the Lower Fraser Fisheries Alliance's Strategic Planning Framework is based on a shared sense of direction and reflects the needs and desires of all participations we have developed a guiding "Charter", that clearly articulates the following:

  • Vision: The desired, ideal outcome towards which the organization is working
  • Values: The guiding principles that determine how the group works together, how they expect to treat each other, and be treated by others
  • Mission: A statement that clearly expresses the purpose of the organization

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Save the Date! LFFA 10+ year Anniversary Celebration

LFFA save the date

The Lower Fraser Fisheries Alliance is pleased to invite you to save the date for our upcoming celebration!


When:
Celebrations will span three days: Tuesday, October 1, Wednesday, October 2, and Thursday, October 3. You’re invited to participate in as many activities as your schedule allows!

Where:
Each day we will celebrate a different region of the territory:
  • DAY 1 will be hosted in Kwikwetlem, Musqueam, Semiahmoo, Tsawwassen and Tseil-Waututh territories.

  • DAY 2 will be hosted in Yale, Union Bar, Chawathil, Skawahlook, Skwah, Sumas, Peters, Sts’ailes, Soowahlie, Shxw’ow’hamel, Seabird, Scowlitz, Kwakwa’apilt, Cheam, Yakweakwioose, Tzeachten, Squiala, Skowkale, Shxwha:y, Popkum, Leq’á:mel and Aitchelitz territories.

  • DAY 3 will be hosted in Kwantlen, Katzie and Matsqui territories.
We will begin and end the day at a host Nation in each of these three regions.

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Job Opportunities

LFFA currently has four job opportunities available:

 

Interested candidates should submit their resume, 3 references, and a cover letter in an email to:
Rosalie Hope, LFFA Program Manager
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Homecoming: A Salmon Restoration Story

In recent years, the salmon in B.C.'s Upper Pitt River have declined drastically. Homecoming: A Salmon Restoration Story describes the collaborative efforts to bring those populations back, and is a great example of the type of work LFFA does in the Lower Fraser Region.

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