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Adams Lake Indian Band (Sexqeltqin)

Bonaparte Indian Band (St'uxwtews, near Cache Creek)
P.O. Box 669
Cache Creek, B.C.
V0K 1H0

Kamloops Indian Band (T'Kemlups)
315 Yellowhead Hwy.
Kamloops, B.C.
V2H 1H

Kamloops Indian Band

Little Shuswap Indian Band (Quaaout, at Chase)
P.O. Box 1100
Chase, B.C.
V0E 1M0

Little Shuswap Indian Band

Neskonlith Indian Band
P.O. Box 608
Chase, BC
V0E 1M0
Tel: (250) 679-3295
Fax: (250) 679-5306

North Thompson Indian Band (Simpcw, at Barriere)

North Thompson Indian Band

Shuswap Nation Tribal Council
Mailing Address
304-355 Yellowhead Hwy.
KAMLOOPS, British Columbia
V2H 1H1
Location Address
304-355 Yellowhead Hwy.
KAMLOOPS, British Columbia
V2H 1H1
Telephone: (250) 828-9789
Fax: (250) 374-6331
General Information Email: sntcadmn@shuswapnation.org
Website: Shuswap Nation

Shuswap Indian Band (Kenpesq't, at Invermere)

Skeetchestn Indian Band, (at Savona)

Skeetchestn Indian Band

Splat’tsin
P.O. Box 3010
Enderby, B.C.
V0E 1V0

Splat'tsin

Whispering Pines/Clinton Indian Band (Pelltiq't, at Clinton
R.R. 1 Site 8 Comp. 4
Kamloops, B.C.
V2C 1Z3

 

Whispering Pines /Clinton Indian Band

Three Secwepemc bands do not belong to either the Shuswap Nation Tribal Council or the Northern Shuswap Tribal Council, these are:


Alkali Lake Indian Band - Esketemc
Mailing Address: Alkali Lake, Box 4479, Williams Lake, BC, V2G 2V5
Phone: (250) 440-5611
Fax: (250) 440-5721
Email: alib5@wlake.com

High Bar & High Bar First Nation - Llenlleney'ten
High Bar: # 459-2628,
Clinton BC, V0K 1K0
Phone: (250) 459-2628
High Bar First Nation: 1321 Cariboo Highway, PO Box 458,
Clinton, BC, V0K 1K0
Phone: (250) 459-2117
Fax: (250) 459-2119
E-mail highbar@bcwireless.com

Pavilion Indian Band - Tsk'weylecw
Mailing Address: Box 609, Cache Creek, BC, V0K 1H0
Phone: (250) 256-4204
Fax: (250) 256-4058

The Northern Shuswap Tribal Council


Serving the communities of Tsq'escen', Stswecem'c/Xgat'tem, Xats'ull/Cmetem', T'exelc

The Northern Shuswap Tribal Council (NSTC) is a non profit organization which is an association of autonomous member First Nations. The four First Nations members are Tsq'escen' (Canim Lake Band), Xat'sull. Cm'etem (Soda Creek/Deep Creek Band), T'exelc (Williams Lake Band), and Stswecem'c/Xgat'tem (Canoe Creek Band/Dog Creek Band). The primary purpose of the NSTC is to assist members and to act on behalf of member First Nations at the request of, and under the direction of, the member First Nations. It is the purpose of the Northern Shuswap Tribal Council to encourage, facilitate, and work toward improving the unity and cooperation amongst member First Nations and between itself and other Governments and generally to assist members, collectively and separately, to achieve their goals in all areas including Self Government, Aboriginal Rights, Land Claims, and Economic, Social, Cultural, and Educational Development.

17 South First Ave.
Williams Lake, BC
V2G 1H4
Phone: 250-392-7361
Fax: 250-392-6158

Email: y.smith@nstq.org
Northern Shuswap Tribal Council

Canim Lake Band
PO Box 1030
100 Mile House, BC
V0K 2E0
(250) 397-2227
Canim Lake Band

Soda Creek Band
405 Mountain House Road
Williams Lake, BC V2G-5L5
Phone # (250)989-2323
Fax# (250)989-2323
Soda Creek Band

Stswecem'c/Xgat'tem
Canoe Creek Band
1-250-440-5645
Canoe Creek Indian Band

Williams Lake Indian Band:
2672 Indian Drive
Williams Lake, BC,
Canada V2G 5K9

Williams Lake Indian Band

Phone: (250) 296-3507
Fax: (250) 296-4750


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