A:lmelhawtxw Early Education Centre
We offer early education programs and services for aboriginal families residing on and off reserve. Families and or caregivers of children ages 0-6 yrs may access daycare services, Headstart and much more. The Headstart offers preschool, drop in, family nights, parenting program sessions and outreach. We offer similar services in Mission and Abbotsford, the Aboriginal Family Place offers programming at Windebank Elementary (Mission) as well as Alexander Elementary ( Abbotsford).
Employment training for Aboriginal At Risk Youth between the ages of 18 - 30. We provide industry specific skills development.
Coqualeetza Cultural Education Centre
The Coqualeetza Cultural Education Centre is an incorporated, non-profit charitable organization. We provide programs and services in cultural education Halq'emeylem Instruction, Bilingual Curriculum Development, Cultural Consultation, Elders Weekly Meetings, Workshops - Shxwetetilthet (Stó:lō Nation Alternative School), Archives - traditional use studies, genealogical studies, research papers, Library, Gift Shop, Cultural Workshops, Stó:lō Sitel Curriculum Development, Stó:lō Museum, Liaison, Cross Cultural Awareness, and Partnerships.
Red Road Driving School
I have been a driving instructor for a number of years, with over 2000 hours of instruction. I can teach all classes of driver license including Class 5/7, and Commercial licenses (Class 1 Semi-trailer trucks, Class 2 Buses, including school buses, special activity buses and special vehicles, Class 3 Trucks with more than 2 axles and Class 4 Buses with a maximum seating capacity of 25 persons including the driver).
I offer packages of lessons as well as lessons by the hour, and I work with students who have passed their knowledge test for their “L” (learners license) or who have their “N” (novice license) and are ready to get their full license. I offer driving lessons throughout the Fraser Valley, the Fraser Canyon area and beyond. I enjoy working with students that have struggled to pass their tests and making them confident and successful drivers. The ability to drive can improve a person’s quality of life by making jobs more accessible, connecting to new opportunities and the ability to respond to emergencies.
Seabird Island Driving School
We assist in getting your “L” license and driving lessons to aid you in learning in going for you “N” license. Each lesson is 60 minutes and contains a minimum of 45 minutes practice time. Fees of $65 are payable at the beginning of each lesson. With approval of the instructor, students may use the school vehicle for the road test for an extra fee of $65 in advance.
Stó:lō Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training (SASET)
Phone: 604-858-3691 or Toll Free: 1-888-845-4455
Stó:lō Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training (SASET) is the Service Canada Indigenous Skills & Employment Training Program (ISETP) agreement holder contracted to implement the ISETP Agreement for Indigenous people located in the Fraser Valley catchment area. Service delivery is provided to all Indigenous peoples residing from Katzie/Langley to Boston Bar and three First Nation communities which are part of the Lower Stl’atl’imx Tribal Council (LSTC): Samahquam, Skatin and Xa’xtsa.
SASET Indigenous clientele include employment and skills training services to all Indigenous people residing in the SASET catchment area that are; status/non-status, on/off reserve regardless of their place of origin in Canada.
Temexw in our Halq'emeylem Language means Earth and Land, Mexw is First Nations People. I provide Stó:lō cultural teaching workshops as well as digital storytelling, to assist First Nations Community Members in creating individual digital stories through video and media, to share with family and friends, and preserve Our Stories. Digital stories can also be used for memorials, business opportunities and curriculum development.