Sechelt Indian Government District
Population: 671 (2016 Census)
Growth rate: -16% (2011 Census)
Dwellings: 340 occupied private dwellings
Area: 10.81 sq. km.
In 1986 the Sechelt Nation became an independent self-governing body, a unique third order of the government of Canada. The Sechelt Indian Government District holds jurisdiction over its lands and exercises the authority to provide services and education for its residents.
DIRECTOR WARREN PAULL
Warren Paull was appointed to the SCRD Board on April 23, 2020. He is the son of Henry and Ruby Paull. His shíshálh heritage is the stalashen (killer whale) and huham (frog) clans from twankw and Narrows Inlet. Warren is a retired supervisor from Lehigh Material, one of the largest gravel operations in North America; he has 25 years experience in the mining industry.
He served on the shíshálh Housing Authority and as chair of the Trustees Committee. He was a board member of the Tsain-ko Board of Directors (economic development arm of the shíshálh Nation). In 2017 he was elected to serve as Chief, following his father Henry and paternal Grandfather Daniel and a long line of hereditary chiefs in his family.