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  • Happy Spring!

    We are so blessed in the T.A.S.P. We have such wonderful teachers, assistants, substitutes, volunteers and STUDENTS!  We were very sad to see our UVic Practicum Nurses leave us last month. Now, we are doubly blessed to have Eric Pelkey join the...
  • Happy Spring!

    We are so blessed in the T.A.S.P. We have such wonderful teachers, assistants, substitutes, volunteers and STUDENTS!  We were very sad to see our UVic Practicum Nurses leave us last month. Now, we are doubly blessed to have Eric Pelkey join the...
  • Claymation

    Claymation has been sponsored by BYTE Camp, which is a not-for-profit group that conducts workshops on Vancouver Island and the Lower Mainland year round. Kimara Brilling, Morgan Tams and Clea Cosmann have been conducting these workshops on Tuesdays and...
  • Claymation

    Claymation has been sponsored by BYTE Camp, which is a not-for-profit group that conducts workshops on Vancouver Island and the Lower Mainland year round. Kimara Brilling, Morgan Tams and Clea Cosmann have been conducting these workshops on Tuesdays and...
  • UVic Indigenous Language Program

    Eric Pelkey has been working with the students for the past three weeks. He has been planning and delivering Sencoten language lessons to grades 6-12.  He has incorporated history (especially territorial) culture, and identity issues in his les...
  • UVic Indigenous Language Program

    Eric Pelkey has been working with the students for the past three weeks. He has been planning and delivering Sencoten language lessons to grades 6-12.  He has incorporated history (especially territorial) culture, and identity issues in his les...
  • BodyWerx

    Adele, Edmond and Andrew, UVic medical students, conducted several presentations for the older students in the After School Program. The information and the hands on activities provided the students with practical information on various health topics an...
  • BodyWerx

    Adele, Edmond and Andrew, UVic medical students, conducted several presentations for the older students in the After School Program. The information and the hands on activities provided the students with practical information on various health topics an...
  • Residential School Survivor Luncheon

    On April 19th, Tsawout Health hosted a Residential School Survivor luncheon in the Auditorium of the Band Office Building. This luncheon is one of a series of Residential School Survivor luncheons that will be held over the next few months. The goal of th...
  • Tsawout Healing Circle

    The Tsawout Healing Circle continues to be a resource for community members and the group has shown steady growth since first opening its doors in October of 2011. People report feeling safe and supported in their healing journey. Please come and join us ...
  • Welcome Interm Health Director

    Nox Gyes, Edith Loring-Kuhanga (previously Edith Baker) I have been hired as the Interim Health Director and am honoured to be working for all of you. I would like to  congratulate Tabitha Jimmy as being the successful candidate for the Reception...
  • G.A.L.S. Workshop

    This is a workshop all about becoming a woman for girls ages 13-17. Our sessions are being held in the old band office from 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm on Wednesdays. There will be snacks, activities and door prizes. For more information on what the topic for the w...
  • Sweet Life

    Judith Atkin, our diabetes nurse will be coming out on the next good food bag day. We will be available for questions and blood sugar and blood pressure testing from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm. Judith has also recently received some walking poles and we would love...
  • Good Food Box Dates

      Order Date   Packing Date May 2 May 9 June 6   June 13 ...
  • Suspicious Activities

    There have been some break and enters in the area. Tsawout residents are encouraged to report any suspicious activities day or night. Lock up at night and please report to the Lands Department if there is a incident at (652) 9101 Ext. 303. Officers are...
  • Suspicious Activities

    There have been some break and enters in the area. Tsawout residents are encouraged to report any suspicious activities day or night. Lock up at night and please report to the Lands Department if there is a incident at (652) 9101 Ext. 303. Officers are...
  • Dogs

    There have been issues with random dogs running loose around the reserve. The dog owners responsibility is to ensure that their dog is not to harass people or other animals. If the matter gets to be out of hand, this animal will be brought into the pound....
  • Dogs

    There have been issues with random dogs running loose around the reserve. The dog owners responsibility is to ensure that their dog is not to harass people or other animals. If the matter gets to be out of hand, this animal will be brought into the pound....
  • Random Dumping

    If any members see someone doing random dumping, please take the license plate number down and report it to the band office. ...
  • Random Dumping

    If any members see someone doing random dumping, please take the license plate number down and report it to the band office. ...