Lillooet Tribal Council

Lillooet Tribal Council


Mission “We the Lillooet Tribal Council protect our aboriginal title and lands, our land and resources, and our culture, heritage and language, health and child and families through research, planning, policy development, coordination, education and...

Employment Opportunities

Open Job Postings for LTC – Updated April 5, 2022 2021_10_LTC-Health-Administrator-job-posting-REPOST-April-2022Download Lillooet Tribal Council/Indigenous Services Employment & Training-Coordinator Job PostingDownload LTC-Primary-Care-Network-Planner-JOB-3Download Lillooet Tribal Council/St’at’imc Outreach Health Community-Liaison-Support Job-Posting Download Adult-Literacy-Worker-Feb-2022-RepostDownload

Declaration of the Lillooet Tribe

  To Whom It May Concern:   We the underwritten chiefs of the Lillooet tribe (Being all the chiefs of said tribe) declare as Follows: We speak the truth, and we speak for the whole...

Kalhwá7acw! (Hello!)

Welcome to the Lillooet Tribal Council 


The Lillooet Tribal Council (LTC) is a non-profit society, incorporated in May 28, 1976 that proudly serves five communities in the St’át’imc Nation territory.  These communities include:

 Xwísten (Bridge River)

Sekw̓el’wás (Cayoose Creek) 

Ts’kw’áylaxw (Pavilion)

Tsal̓álh (Seton)

Xaxli’p (Fountain)

These communities along with six other communities-N’Quatqua (Anderson Lake), Xa’xtsa (Douglas), Lil’wat (Mount Currie), T’it’q’et (Lillooet), Samahquam and Skatin Nation Council make up the St’át’imc Nation.