Tsideldel Formerly Known as Alexis Creek

In Response to COVID-19:

Preferred Name:
Alexis Creek
Alternative Name:
Alternate Redstone, Tsi Del Del; Named After Chief Alexis
Language:
Tsilhqot'in
BC Regional Office:
Cariboo (Williams Lake)
Region:
Cariboo
Reserve Land Area:4,362.50 ha
Chief:
Chief Otis Guichon Sr.
Council:
Councillor Talia Baptiste, Councillor Jeremy Boyd, Councillor Maryanne Boyd, Councillor Clayton Charleyboy, Councillor Percy Guichon, Councillor Nicole Setah
Governance Structure:
Indian Act
Population (off First Nations land):364
Population (on First Nations land):342
Population Total 704:706
Address: P.O. Box 69
Chilanko Forks
V0L 1H0
Community Description

Traditionally known as Tsi Del Del, Alexis Creek is located 188 km West of Williams Lake, along highway 20. Today, many the People of T_ideldel have families and work to pass along Tsilhqot'in culture and knowlege to the youth. Elders hope that this will be accomplished through more language and culture in schools, spending more time and getting lessons out on the land, and attending Cultural Camps.

Treaty or Tribal Association
Tsilhqot'in National Government
Summary of Economic Development Agreements, Community Businesses and Joint Ventures

As part of the Tsilhqot'in National Government, Alexis Creek acts in concert with its fellow Tsilhqot'in member communities to create sustainable economic developments, manage forestry and fisheries, and evaluate mining, oil, and gas propositions in Tsilhqot'in Territory.

Economic Development Background

Economic Development is generally the responsibility of the Alexis Creek Chief and Council.