The St’át’imc Chiefs’ Council (SCC) will once again oversee the 3rd Annual International Indigenous Leadership Gathering in Xaxl’ip, St’át’imc Territory from May 30th to June 5th, 2011 (at 10,001 Fountain Valley Road, Fountain, B.C., 30 minutes from Lillooet. B.C., Canada).The St'át'imc Chiefs Council (SCC) consists of political representatives from the 11 communities within the St'át'imc Nation. These communities include Bridge River (Nxwisten), Pavilion (Ts'kw'aylacw), Cayoose Creek (Sekw'el'was), Mt. Currie (Lil'wat), Seton Lake (Chalath), Lillooet (T'it'q'et), Fountain (Xaxl'ip), Anderson Lake (N'quatqua), Douglas (Xa'xtsa), Skatin and Samahquam. Each community representative has a seat at the St'át'imc Chiefs Council table. The St'át'imc Chiefs meet on a monthly basis. The aim is to follow through on the direction received from the people during the Unity meetings which was for the leadership to work together on a political level to address issues in a unified manner. The mandate that the SCC focuses upon is the long outstanding issue of our people's title and rights, along with land and resource concerns. There are several related issues that are also dealt with by the St'át'imc Chiefs Council.