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First Nations in British Columbia

First Nations in British Columbia constitute a large number of First Nations governments and peoples in the province of British Columbia. Many of these Native Canadians are affiliated in tribal councils. Ethnic groups include the Haida, Coast Salish, Kwakwaka'wakw, Gitxsan, Tsimshian, Nisga'a and other examples of the Pacific Northwest Coast cultures, and also various Interior Salish and Athapaskan peoples, and also the Ktunaxa.

Contents

  • First Nations in British Columbia 1
    • Chilcotin Tribal Councils and First Nations 1.1
    • Carrier Tribal Councils and First Nations 1.2
    • First Nations of the Ktunaxa/Kinbasket Tribal Council 1.3
    • St'at'imc Tribal Councils and First Nations 1.4
    • Nlaka'pamux Tribal Councils and First Nations 1.5
    • First Nations of the Okanagan Nation Alliance 1.6
    • Secwepemc Tribal Councils and First Nations 1.7
    • First Nations of the Lower Mainland 1.8
    • Tsimshian First Nations 1.9
    • First Nations on Vancouver Island 1.10
  • External links 2

First Nations in British Columbia

Chilcotin Tribal Councils and First Nations

Carrier Tribal Councils and First Nations

First Nations of the Ktunaxa/Kinbasket Tribal Council

St'at'imc Tribal Councils and First Nations

Nlaka'pamux Tribal Councils and First Nations

First Nations of the Okanagan Nation Alliance

Secwepemc Tribal Councils and First Nations

First Nations of the Lower Mainland

Tsimshian First Nations

First Nations on Vancouver Island

External links

  • First Nations, Land Rights and Environmentalism in British Columbia German website that uses visual representations to support Aboriginal Title and Rights.
  • Government of British Columbia's list of First Nations, Bands, and Tribal Councils
  • Aboriginal Tourism Association of BC: government-sponsored website that promotes aboriginal culture in the context of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics.
  • First Nations Health Authority: - partnership of BC First Nations - working with federal and provincial partners to improve First Nations health in BC.
  • BCAFN
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