Ts’kw’aylaxw (Pavilion)
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Communities Of Lillooet: Ts’kw’aylaxw (Pavilion)


“Acknowledge our past by knowing the reasons for the shame, guilt, fear, hate, jealousy, resentments, reward us with healing, wholeness and positive changes creates spirituality and love which is a powerful connection with our Creator.  Our “vision” is of successful healing physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually to have peace and dignity.  It takes a whole community to be proud to be Indian again.”

Ts’kw’aylaxw First Nation aslo known as Pavilion Indian Band is located in the south central interior of BC, approximately 40km northwest of Lillooet and 70km west of Cache Creek.  The Band has eight reserves but reside on only four of the reserves.

28% of the members live on-reserve and 72% live off reserve.

SRC: http://www.tskwaylaxw.com/ 

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