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About the Assembly

Tla’amin Nation’s Spring General Assembly will include business and reporting, cultural and social activities, and a traditional feast and social dance. Registration is required.

The 2024 Spring Assembly will include 24 different workshops and experiences for Tla’amin Citizens including an on the land song sharing experience, cooking classes, walk-thru health check-ups, and the chance to shape a new housing policy. The evening of May 2 will feature a nohom (feast) where Tla’amin will celebrate Treaty Day with traditional foods and culture sharing. 

Tla’amin law requires two general assemblies per year. The 2024 general assemblies have been scheduled as follows: May 2/3 Spring General Assembly – Budget meeting, and November 7/8 Fall General Assembly – Audit meeting.

“With this Assembly we are taking a whole Nation approach so that Citizens can have their questions answered in one place, over two days. This unified approach to engagement is based on our value of one-heart, one-mind, one-Nation. Tla’amin Management Services, Health and all departments of the Nation will be present, and we invite our Citizens to please plan to join us for two days of business, culture, and fun.” 

hegus John Hackett

Frequently Asked Questions

When is the General Assembly?
The Spring General Assembly is May 2 and 3, 2024.

Where is the General Assembly?
The Assembly will be hosted in the Tla’amin community of t̓išosəm (tishosum) in the Salish Centre, out on the land and in many other community spaces.  Workshop sessions scheduled at the Salish Centre will be available on Zoom. 

Who can attend the General Assembly?
Tla’amin Citizens and their spouses and non-citizen caregivers of Tla’amin children are welcome to attend. 

Is registration required?
Yes! Registration is required. Registering in advance will allow Citizens to choose workshops ahead of time and indicate a need for travel subsidy and childcare. It will also allow us to provide ample food and beverage. You can register here 

Will meals be provided?

  • May 2 breakfast, lunch and dinner will be provided.
  • May 3 and breakfast and lunch will be provided.

You will be asked about any dietary restrictions in the registration process.

Who is eligible for the travel subsidy?
Off-land Tla’amin Citizens (living outside the qathet regional district) are eligible for a travel subsidy. The travel subsidy is intended to help Tla’amin families come home by offsetting total travel cost but may not cover all expenses.

To assist as many families as possible, a subsidy of $300 per adult Citizen or $500 per family (a Tla’amin citizen or non-Citizen parent of Tla’amin children and their dependents) is available. If you have questions about the subsidy and your personal situation, please contact registration@tn-bc.ca

When will we receive the travel subsidy?
To qualify for the subsidy full attendance at sessions is required. The subsidy will be provided at the end of the Assembly to allow processing time once registration closes on Apr 29 and to ensure full attendance at the sessions. 

Who is eligible for prizes at the General Assembly?
All Tla’amin Citizens attending (but not working at) the assembly are eligible for prizes.

Agenda and Registration

Download the Agenda

Registration is required for the General Assembly. It is open from April 5th to April 29th. Please click the button below to register.

If you need help registering please call Kaylei Blaney at 604.483.9646 ext. 102


Questions about the General Assembly can be directed to registration@tn-bc.ca

Or please call the front desk (604) 483-9646 during regular business hours to be directed for help.