Chehalis First Nation
The Chehalis First Nation or Chehalis Indian Band // is the band government of the Sts'Ailes people, whose territories lie between Deroche and Agassiz, British Columbia. The Sts'Alies are a Halqemeylem-speaking people but are distinct historically and politically from the surrounding Sto:lo peoples.
Number of Band Members: 1007 
- Chehalis Indian Reserve No. 5, on the right bank (west bank) of the Harrison River (location of the main community), 880.20 ha
- Chehalis Indian Reserve No. 6, on the left bank (east bank) of the Harrison River, opposite IR No. 5, 25.5 ha.
- Pekw'Xe:yles (Peckquaylis) 10.3 ha. Shared with 23 other bands, former site of St. Mary's Indian Residential School in Mission, now an educational and business complex
In 1974, the Sts'ailes Band had one staff member; now they have over 200 employees working for the Band and Development Corporation.
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