Logo for Seabird Island Band and local artisan's wood sculpture.
Celebration of Confederation (July 1, 1927).
Basketwork of Mary Charles on display at Seabird Island Hall (1971).
Seabird Island is located in British Columbia about 60 miles from the City of Vancouver. The Seabird Island Band exists to promote a healthier, self-sufficient, self-governing, unified and educated community, believing that a healthy community is one that has achieved physical, emotional, mental, spiritual and cultural balance.
Since its inception as a reserve in-common in 1879, through a designation as an independent band in 1959, and into contemporary times, Seabird has been valued by First Nations and Non-First Nations alike for its rich, arable lands and ideal location within transportation corridors. Seabird Island encompasses 200 homes housing 800+ residents. The main population of Seabird Island is clustered around an impressive community center which hosts daycare, pre-school, elementary school, high school, fire hall, health center and Band offices, as well as multiple grass playing fields and multi-purpose buildings. Some of the more than 50 services include Education, Employment & Social Assistance, Fitness & Nutrition, Health & Wellness, Housing, Membership, and Pre-natal & Early Childhood.
An overhead photograph of the grounds at Seabird Island (1984).
The flyer promoting the baseball clinic for the Seabird Island community.