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Wei Wai Kum First Nation

Our Community

Facilities

Thunderbird Hall – Thunderbird Hall was first opened in 1979 and has held numerous weddings, fundraisers, banquets and feast throughout the years. It can accommodate a maximum of 500 people, approximately 50 tables and 490 chairs... more info »

Big House – The Kwanwatsi Big House means The House of Thunder. It was built in 1997 to serve the Campbell River area, and is used for both cultural and social events with a maximum capacity of 1000 people... more info »

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Remote Reserves – The Campbell River Indian Band has three remote reserves that are managed by the Housing Officer: Homayno Indian Reserve #2, Loughborough Indian Reserve #3, and Matlaten Indian Reserve #4... more info »

Schools

Preschool – The Kwanwatsi Preschool program recognizes children are our most valuable resource. Thus provides a family and community based on traditional language, culture, literacy, health, and nutrition and education program... more info »

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K–12more info »

Post-Secondary – The Campbell River Indian Band provides Post-Secondary Education funding for full-time students (living allowance, tuition, books & supplies) and part-time students (tuition, books & supplies only) for the members who have been approved following the annual application process... more info »

Housing

Policies more info »

Building Process more info »

Renovation Process – First, a letter to is written to the Chief and Council; next, the Housing Officer is directed by the Chief and Council to get a Building Inspector to inspect the home; then the home owner then obtains 2-3 estimates... more info »

Application Forms more info »

Housing Officer – The housing officer manages Campbell River Indian Band reserves #11, #3, #4 and any other lands that the Campbell River Band has title to. The Housing Officer must work directly with Indian and Northern Affairs Canada and... more info »

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