As well, we have reviewed the schedule of remuneration and expenses of elected officials of Upper Similkameen Indian Band for the year ended March 31, 2020, as required in accordance with the First Nations Financial Transparency Act
Tell us your stories!! The USIB.ca website has been developed for you and we want the content regarding your Community, Culture & Language, and Lands to be provided by you! We want to hear from our Youth, Elders and everyone in between, so this contest is open to all ages. We are looking for your photos, stories, quotes, photos of artwork, knowledge about the lands (medicines, plants that are native to USIB, etc.). Be creative with your submissions.
How to win
All submissions will be sent to USIB staff to review and vote on, with any identifying information removed. The people or persons (where 2 prizes are available) with the most votes in each category will be the winners.
Staff Members who are also USIB Members will not be eligible for this contest.
Each submission for the different categories (Community, Culture & Language, and Lands) will receive an entry into the contest and there is no limit to the number each member can submit.
How to submit your entry
In order to enter the contest you must be a registered member on the USIB.ca website, with your own username & password to sign in.
USIB Administration is excited to announce the launch of the brand new USIB Website. This website has been created for the membership and we will be launching some exciting contests in the near future asking for membership to contribute to the content, but in order for you to participate you will need to have a Member Account.