The Fraser Salish Region consists of 32 First Nations communities, in which each community elects their own First Nations Chief based on their own selection process.
In order to coordinate and oversee health developments in the region, Fraser Salish First Nations formed the Fraser Salish Regional Caucus. This Caucus creates a space for political and technical leads from the region’s First Nations to come together to collaborate and share information. The Fraser Salish Chiefs and leaders created the Caucus to mirror the main groups within the Fraser Salish: Stó:lō Nation, Stó:lō Tribal Chiefs Council, and Independents.
Every First Nation community has space in the caucus for a Chief, Council member or community health lead representative, making up a total of 32 Caucus participants. The leadership from the Region also have sub-regional caucuses to bring forward sub-regional issues and concerns, which are brought to the full Caucus. Three representatives are then appointed to the Health Council to represent the Fraser Salish Region.
The table acts as an Executive body to the Interior Region Caucus, carrying out directions in between Caucus sessions. The following provides a description on the Interior Region Governance structure today.
- Union Bar
- Seabird Island
- Boston Bar
- Stó:lō Nation
- Stó:lō Tribal Council
Fraser Salish First Nations Health Caucus
Stó:lō Nation Chiefs Council
Stó:lō Tribal Council
Each region specifies its priorities aligned with the 7 Directives that guide the work of our Health Governance Structure.
Access to Quality Services
Mental Health and Wellness
Health and Wellness Innovation
Regional DocumentsRegional documents signify major strides on the path to First Nations reconciliation and self determination. Documents specific to the Fraser Salish Region are listed below.
Fraser Salish Regional Health and Wellness Plan (2020)Download PDF
The Regional Health and Wellness Plan outlines the Fraser Salish Region's strategic health priorities.
Fraser Salish Partnership Accord (2020)Download PDF
The Partnership Accord describes the relationship amongst the Fraser Salish Regional Health Caucus, Fraser Health Authority and First Nations Health Authority, and their shared commitment to improving health outcomes for Fraser Salish First Nations.