Health Services Agreement Disengagement Vote

Saik'uz First Nation is currently preparing to vote on whether to disengage its health services from Carrier Sekani Family Services (CSFS). Join Saik'uz Health and CSFS as they share the information you need to make an informed decision about the future of your community.

Voting will take place online using the One Feather voting system at Online voting will be available from 8:00 AM on July 15, 2020 to 6:00 PM on July 22, 2020.

To be eligible to vote, you must be:

  • a Saik'uz band member with a 615- status number
  • 18 years of age or older

Voting stations will be made available at The Gathering Place (Saik'uz Band Office Gymnasium) for those who do not have access to the internet. The Saik'uz Band Office will also provide 1-use internet vouchers to allow you to vote from your mobile device. Please view and follow the voting schedule laid out below. Those without access to an email address can also cast their vote by paper ballot.


Time Who
11:00 AM-12:30 PM Elders & Members with chronic illness
12:30 PM-1:30 PM Parents or Caregivers with children
1:30 PM-6:00 PM General Membership


If you can vote from home, please do so. While we will be doing everything we can to ensure the voting process is as safe as possible in the time of COVID-19, we are safest when we reduce the number of people coming into contact with one another. Our precautions will be:

  • sanitization of the voting laptops after every use
  • limit of three non-staff in the building at a time
  • masks for all voting staff
  • hand sanitizer stations

If you have access to a mask or gloves, please wear them!

For more information about Saik'uz's health service agreement and the voting options available, please view the PDF here

Contact Photo - Regina Thomas V.2.png Regina Thomas - Health Manager


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windows-8.pngLinda Holmes - Community Health Representative


Contact Photo - Peter Louie.png Peter Louie - NNADAP Wellness Worker

Peter is one of the newest additions to the Health Centre team and a member of the caribou clan of Stellako First Nation. He cites his passion for wanting to help people in need and that are suffering from addictions as his reason for becoming a counsellor. After working with Carrier Sekani Family services through ARP (addictions recovery program), Peter decided to return to school and completed a five-month course in advanced counselling training. He is proudly nineteen years sober, and hopes to use his first-hand experience to bring compassion, empathy, and understanding to his position.

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