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Tulo student profile: Jesse James, class of 2017 valedictorian Shxw’ow’hamel First Nation tax administrator

Shxw’ow’hamel First Nation’s tax administrator Jesse James was in the 2015/2016 cohort for the Certificate in First Nation Tax Administration and graduated from the program earlier this month. Three years ago, Jesse was hired by Shxw’ow’hamel as the band administrator and as the organization transitioned, he also began serving as the tax administrator. Jesse is a member of Peguis First Nation in Manitoba and has lived in BC for most of his life. Jesse was chosen by his fellow classmates HISTOIRE COMPLÈTE

11 July, 2017|

Tulo Student Profile: Gailene William

The Williams Lake Indian Band understands the importance of increasing source revenues as federal funding remains stagnant and even dwindles. Without additional funds, the band cannot grow or plan for the future. Own source revenue in the forms of taxation plays a vital role. In Williams Lake, Gailene William is taking on this role in addition to her job as the payroll/benefits administration clerk. Recently, we were able to sit down with Gailene and get her perspective on Tulo and Taxation. HISTOIRE COMPLÈTE

10 April, 2017|
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