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Reconciliation grant to the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations for 2022.

February 3, 2022 — The leadership of Songhees Nation and Esquimalt Nation is pleased about the City of Victoria's decision to create a reconciliation grant to the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations for 2022.  This is a welcome and tangible step towards strengthening our common vision for unity so that all families in the region prosper and thrive.  We are hopeful that this initiative sets...

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Nomination and Election: COVID-19 Safety and Wellness Plan

April 22, 2021 — Nomination Meeting Information - Nomination Safety and Wellness Plan Notice of Nominations has been safely distributed by Canada Post, newsletter, posted on Nation bulletin boards, social media and the Nation’s website A Notice of Election and Nomination Form should have been sent to you by the Electoral Officer. Your nominations will be accepted when you complete the form and: Use...

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Songhees Nation Enters Cannabis Retail Market with Songhees Cannabis S + S. S + S stands for ‘skʷati sῤaƛ̓ǝŋ’ which means ‘Crazy Smoke’ in Lekwungen

April 22, 2021 — Songhees Nation Enters Cannabis Retail Market with Songhees Cannabis S + S. S + S stands for ‘Skʷati  Sῤaƛ̓ǝŋ’ which means ‘Crazy Smoke’ in Lekwungen. April 20, 2021 - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - VICTORIA, B.C., LEKWUNGEN TERRITORY Two years after Canada legalized the sale of non-medicinal cannabis, Songhees Nation has opened its first cannabis retail enterprise. Songhees Cannabis S + S...

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Do's and Don'ts of Self-Isolation

March 23, 2020 — Guidelines for self-isolation by the BC Centre for Disease Control For those who do not have COVID-19 or respiratory symptoms If you have been asked to self-isolate at home because of the possibility of having come into contact with an infected person or because you traveled. This does not necessarily mean that you have COVID-19, but you are at risk for...

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Self-Assessment Tool and Information on COVID-19

March 19, 2020 — This self-assessment tool, developed with the BC Ministry of Health, will help determine whether you may need further assessment or testing for COVID-19. You can complete this assessment for yourself, or on behalf of someone else, if they are unable to. Who should be tested for COVID-19? People with respiratory symptoms who are: Hospitalized, or likely to be hospitalized Health...

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