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On September 5, 2013, the Canadian Solar Cities Project (CSCP)
named the T'Sou-ke Nation in BC a Canadian Solar City
the first Aboriginal community in Canada to receive this title.
The T'Sou-ke Nation is being recognized for its leadership practices involving solar energy.


Water Blessing

T'Sou-ke Nation - Stories
In the Sooke News Mirror

"Bunny" Planes laid to rest next to her husband
(Sooke News Mirror)
The legendary Frank Planes, 1923-2011


T'Sou-ke Nation - A Community's Hopes for Self-Sufficiency

T'Sou-ke Nation Youth Seafood Harvesting

T'Sou-ke Nation
A Leader In The Use of Solar Power

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2011 Tribute
Frank Planes
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2008 Tribute
Anastasia "Day" George
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2008 Tribute
Sandra Cooper-Brown
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2007 Tribute
Jim Cooper
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February 19, 2008
There's a new Chief of the T'Sou-ke First Nation.
Gord Planes is the new head of the elected council, taking over from Rose Dumont.
The Chief and Council for the T'Sou-ke Nation are:
Chief Gordon Planes / Councillors: Jacques Planes and Colleen George.
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What Does a Healthy First Nations Community Look Like?
T'Sou-ke Nation Health Plan
November 2007
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T'Sou-ke Nation takes DFO to court over treaty and fishing rights
June 28, 2007
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May 30, 2007
T'Sou-ke Nation Joins the Inter Tribal Health Authority

Pictured from left to right - T'Sou-ke Elder and Veteran Frank Planes,
ITHA Board members Sally Williams, Josh Duncan, David Bob, Chief Cyril Livingstone,
T'Sou-ke Councilors Colleen George and Rodney George, T'Sou-ke Chief Rose Dumont,
ITHA Executive Director Terry Fox, ITHA Board member Terry Sampson

Board Co-Chair David Bob

Welcomes Chief Rose Dumont
into the ITHA family

With a Membership Now
of 29 First Nations


Tzinqua Dancers of Cowichan Tribes
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provided a culturally-inspiring performance in the T'Sou-ke Nation Community Hall

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( Chief Rose Dumont )
May 10, 2007 community gathering

Bringing Back Traditional Food Practices - Healthy People, Strong Culture
( Crab, shrimp, halibut, local greens . . . )
Food Sovereignty: "The State of Being in which all community residents
obtain a safe, culturally acceptable, nutritionally adequate diet
through a sustainable food system . . ."
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July 26, 2004
below is the afternoon arrival at T'sou-ke Nation
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Just like their relations before them, T'Sou-ke Nation paddlers escort Ditidaht paddlers into the harbour.
Tired and hungry after an 11 hour journey
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The traditional respectful request to come ashore
T'sou-ke Nation Chief David Planes, community members and friends greet the paddlers
with warm and welcoming words, invite them to come ashore, to eat and to rest.
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The Tsopo-Kapuu canoe of the Quinalt Tribe, on loan to Ditidaht paddlers is escorted to the dock,
toward a feast (singing and drumming for their supper) and an overnight campout on shore.
Ditidaht paddlers, singing and drumming just prior to enjoying T'Sou-ke Nation hospitality

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National Aboriginal Day
2003 at T'Sou-ke Nation
Community Gathering at T'sou-ke Nation June 21, 2003 organized by Linda Bristol
(2003 T'sou-ke Photos Courtesy of the Kendalls, John and Simone)
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Remembering and Honouring
T'sou-ke Nation Chief David Planes
Former Chief David Planes
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Former Chief Linda Bristol

April 2001
T'sou-ke Nation holds groundbreaking for Sum-sha-thet Lellium
Sunshine House children's centre.
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