Seton Lake

Preferred Name:
Seton Lake
Language:
St̓át̓imcets
BC Regional Office:
Thompson Okanagan (Kamloops)
Region:
Lower Mainland Southwest
Reserve Land Area:1,891.70 ha
Chief:
Chief Ida Mary Peter
Council:
Councillor Clifford Casper,
Councillor Phyllis Peters,
Councillor Randy James,
Councillor Tim Peter,
Councillor William Alexander
Governance Structure:
Custom Electoral System
Address: Site 3, Box 76
Shalalth
V0N 3C0
Community Description
Also known as the Tsalalh First Nation, Seton Lake is a First Nations government located in the Central Interior-Fraser Canyon region of the Canadian province of British Columbia. It is a member of the Lillooet Tribal Council, which is the largest grouping of band governments of the St'at'imc people (a.k.a. the Lillooet people).
Summary of Economic Development Agreements, Community Businesses and Joint Ventures
Seton Lake band is party to First Nations Clean Energy Business Fund Revenue Sharing Agreement with the Provincial Government, regarding the Jamie Creek Hydro Project