$13 to $15 per hour – Permanent, Casual on-call pool.
This is a great opportunity for Security work with a growing company!
*MUST be flexible to work in both Mission and Fort Langley. On occasion, an emergency call-out to Burnaby locations may be required. Continue Reading…
Wage range: $17 to 19 per hour – Part-Time, Casual
Come join our amazing team! We are looking for experienced, highly-dependable Traffic Control Person(s) who are excited to be part of our new and growing Traffic Control Division. Continue Reading…
Calling all Baristas! Do you take pride in delivering stellar customer service and want to be part of a unique and growing company? Send in your resume and cover letter right away!
This is a Part-time Barista position. Hours of operation are 8 am to 8 pm 7 days per week.
We are looking for dynamic, motivated, and highly responsible Baristas who can work alone/independently at a kiosk location. Continue Reading…
Lelem’ Arts and Cultural Cafe is looking for one amazing new team member who is extremely dependable, quality-driven and committed to being an outstanding Line Cook. Preference is given to those with open availability and desire to work long-term. Continue Reading…
Great opportunity for a talented baker to join our amazing team!
Are you a great communicator with a positive attitude, a keen eye for detail and stellar work-history? Do people rave about your consistently delicious baking? Apply today and have a chance to develop or show off your skills working part-time at Lelem’ Arts and Cultural Cafe in Fort Langley. Continue Reading…
April 29th, 2017 Chief Janice George and her husband Buddy came to lelem’ at the Fort to present a wool weaving workshop. The couple is from Squamish First Nation, and were taught 14 years ago by a Susan Pavel from Skokomish.
Over the years of teaching they have taught over 2400 students. For these two there is no better way to continue tradition and leave a legacy then through these beautiful weavings.
The weaving workshop started with the participants coming in, sitting down at a loom and Buddy showing them how to start, while Janice set up the next loom for another student. Chief Janice George introduced herself to the class, and told the history behind where they learned weaving, and why they do what they do. Buddy introduced himself and they both talked about how much they love teaching, and sharing their gift with the students who want to learn.
They were a humble couple and they made everybody feel welcome. The weaving was calming and I know there were people there who needed to do something relaxing after a hectic week.
Thank you, Chief Janice George and Buddy, for sharing your wonderful gift.
April 22nd, 2017
On Saturday April 22nd, 2017, I joined a group of people to watch Juno award winning Murray Porter perform at lelem’ Arts & Cultural Cafe. He is a self-taught musician with over 30 years’ experience. He opened the evening with the song “Rez Blues” and went on to do original song after another.
His stories behind the songs he’s written were relatable to people in the audience, he had people laughing, and I was moved by a couple of the songs. His voice reminded me of Elton John and I was just thinking this when he went on to do a cover song of “Daniel.” It was beautiful.
Murray shared stories of opening for Etta James and BB King, it was an enjoyable evening. He made a Murray Porter blues fan out of me.
New Digital Billboards to Arrive in Early Spring
Seyem’ Qwantlen Business Group to install new state of the art digital billboards along Highway 7.
February 23, 2017 (Fort Langley, BC)
Seyem’ Qwantlen Business Group (SQBG), a wholly owned subsidiary of the Kwantlen First Nation, has commenced work on the installation of two digital billboard systems situated within the borders of Maple Ridge. One will be located on Kwantlen’s IR5 site, just east of Albion neighbourhood, with the second being installed on IR3 site adjacent to Silvermere Lake, east of Whonnock neighbourhood. Both billboards will be visible to eastbound and westbound traffic on Highway 7.
We are excited to announce the opening of “We Are Kwantlen” Ancient artifacts connecting home belonging and place.
On now until March 26, 2017 at the Fort Langley Centennial Museum.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day! Register at coastsalish.ca