Taking a Stand to Protect the Land: Ulluilsc @ Grandview Calvary Baptist Church, Vancouver [14 July]

Taking a Stand to Protect the Land: Ulluilsc

17:30 - 21:30

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Grandview Calvary Baptist Church
1803 East 1st Ave, Vancouver, British Columbia V5N 1B2
With less than a week away, we welcome you to our fundraiser event which promises to be a good evening of soul food, powerful songs, good words, and a silent auction for Ulluilsc (Pronounced as OO-LOOSH).

Save the Date: Saturday, July 14th, 2018.
The Address: 1803 E 1st ave, Vancouver
Unceded Coast Salish Land & Waters
Doors open at 5:30 pm,Dinner will be served at: 6 pm

Entrance by donation (No one will be turned away for lack of funds). Volunteers are appreciated to help set up, and clean up after the event.

No Alcohol or Drugs are permitted!

<<<The Goal of the Evening>>>
1. To raise $10,000 for construction of a much needed supporter bunkhouse

2. Continued support for the Construction of the A-frame for a communal kitchen and dining room.

We would like to acknowledge the previous and ongoing support from so many groups & individuals for Ulluilsc and their stand to protect the land in unceded St'át'imc Territory. We are grateful for all contributions, whether labor, food and auction items, or financial donation. Kukwtsumckal'ap! Thank you Everyone!

<<<Way to help, in Advance>>>
At this time, we are seeking sponsorship in the form of food donations, gift cards, silent auction items, volunteering and endorsement.

Donations of Meat, Fish or Poultry — Wild Game would be great! Cash donations towards purchase of food will be accepted. Contact Shannon 604-396-9893 or Len Len 236.999.3037

Please take the time to share our event on social media and invite all of your respective networks! It is the support and good work of people like you that can help us move mountains, together!


There will be a Special Video Update from Christine Jack at Ulluilsc

We are grateful to have the one and only Ostwelve as our host for the night!

<<<Performers>>> (schedule to be posted soon)
Miss Christie Lee
Kin Balam
Jaz Scuff
Kwitsel Tatel
Nikki Elocin
Rene Hugo Sanchez

Guest Speakers
Brandon Gabriel — Stand with Kwantlen
Tilly Innes — Mother — Xwisten, St'át'imc Nation

Endorsed by:
Stand with Kwantlen
Streams of Justice

There has been more activity from industry lately in the surrounding areas, and Ulluilsc is on high alert! All contributions are appreciated whether financial, physical support on the land, sharing on social media and your word of mouth! Kukwstumc!

<<<Special Requests>>>
In the spirit of the land and the people, please keep the prayers and sacred fires lit for all, as this is a time of shift where the power of prayer unites us all and moves good forces. The Ancestors are with us all, from the Four Sacred Directions.

<<<Other Ways to Help>>>
If you wish to help out, but cannot attend in person, donations may also be e-transferred or mailed directly to Ulluilsc, at the information below.

We look forward to seeing you in our sacred circle and appreciate all the love and support to all the sacred fires across Turtle Island and St'at'imc territory.

Thank you everyone

E-Transfer can be sent to Jay Thomas
[email protected] Password: Ulluilsc

Please make cheques c/o:
Christine Jack (for Ulluilsc)
P.O. Box 1188
Lillooet, BC
[VK0 1V0]


March 16th 2018 marked Ulluilsc's 3rd anniversary.

This village has been set up by Christine Jack, a St'át'imc spiritual leader as a response to the ill logging practices of Aspen Planers. This company has knowingly desecrated an old village site and clear cut without consent.

Devastion of Junction Creek with Christine Jack:

Ulluilsc pronounced OO-Loosh translates to
“gathering place”describing the rich cultural heritage of the area.

Since time immemorial, the St'át'imc, Secwepemc & Tsilhqot'in have occupied the respected lands, to gather, hunt, harvest, trade and carry out social and political meetings.

In the last 3 years Ulluilsc has been blossoming into a small community of St'át'imc people returning to the land to live off reserve, along with supporters from all four directions.

«A Voice for the Voiceless Camp: A group of concerned peoples respectfully protecting lands and waters within the unceded St'át'imc territory (Ulluilsc). Living on the land, as caretakers to encourage a healthy future for the animals, the forest, the land and the people». – Christine Jack

For more info:

Facebook Pages:
Ulluilsc (A Voice for the Voiceless Camp):

A Voice for the Voiceless Camp Supporters And Allies:

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