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Unified, self-governing, prosperous Secwepemc communities guided by Secwepemc values, language and culture and sustained by the resources of Secwepemcúl'ecw.

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About Us

Unified, self-governing, prosperous Secwepemc communities guided by Secwepemc values, language and culture and sustained by the resources of Secwepemcúl'ecw.

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About Us

Unified, self-governing, prosperous Secwepemc communities guided by Secwepemc values, language and culture and sustained by the resources of Secwepemcúl'ecw.

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About Us

Unified, self-governing, prosperous Secwepemc communities guided by Secwepemc values, language and culture and sustained by the resources of Secwepemcúl'ecw.

Learn More »

About Us

Unified, self-governing, prosperous Secwepemc communities guided by Secwepemc values, language and culture and sustained by the resources of Secwepemcúl'ecw.

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About Us

Unified, self-governing, prosperous Secwepemc communities guided by Secwepemc values, language and culture and sustained by the resources of Secwepemcúl'ecw.

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Welcome

The Shuswap Nation Tribal Council (SNTC) was formed in 1980 by the Secwepemc chiefs to advance the issues of aboriginal rights. It’s a political organization, working on matters of common concern, including the development of self-government and the settlement of the aboriginal land title question.

SNTC is involved with natural resource management within the Secwepemc Nation’s traditional territory and the creation of economic development opportunities for Secwepemc communities. The tribal council provides technical support to member communities to improve services in health, child welfare, employment and training, research on traditional territories and community development ...read more

We will share equally in everything — half and half — in land, water and timber, etc. What is ours will be theirs, and what is theirs will be ours. We will help each other to be great and good.

1910 Memorial from the Interior Chiefs to Prime Minister Sir Wilfrid Laurier