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The Musqueam Indian Band says it has taken a significant step towards economic sustainability by breaking ground on a 8.4-hectare community in the University Endownment Lands. The First Nation has chosen Polygon Homes as the developer for the first phase of a residential development called Lelem,...

The Musqueam Indian Band broke ground on a 21-acre community in the University Endowment Lands Thursday, the first time in Metro Vancouver that a First Nation is independently embarking on a mixed-use, multi-family development. The community will be called Lelem (leləm̓), meaning “home.” It will be...

The rezoning of the 22-acre parcel of land owned by the Musqueam has been approved after a multi-year process. It will involve the construction of over 1.2 million square feet of mostly residential buildings with a small amount of commercial space. The residential buildings will...

The Musqueam Indian Band made history this week by breaking ground on a massive residential development that will be spread over 21.4 acres of its own land near the University of B.C. The construction of the development, which will include four 18-storey highrises, several rows of...

September has brought the kind of news the Musqueam Indian Band has hoped for since it has struggled to build up its people and provide for its future generations. The provincial government is about to give the 1,300-member band the green light to build a massive...