Other Sites of Interest
- Secwépemcstin language
An online space for Indigenous communities to share and promote language, oral culture and linguistic history.
- First Nations Health Authority
The FNHA is the health and wellness partner to over 200 diverse First Nations communities and citizens across BC.
- Secwépemc Nation Tribal Council
Working on the development of self-government and the settlement of the aboriginal land title question.
- Secwépemc Family and Child Services
Responsible for the delivery of effective and efficient services that protect the rights of children, ensure their safety, and maintain their connection to family, culture and community.
- Indigenous & Northern Affairs Canada Bonaparte Band profile
A collection of information that describes individual First Nation communities across Canada.
- Union of BC Indian Chiefs
Supporting the work of our people, whether at the community, nation or international level.
- Secwépemc Fisheries Commission
Supporting the work of our communities to provide stewardship for the fisheries in their territories and to assert their traditional fisheries rights within a co-management framework.
- Secwépemc Education and Cultural Society
Working in unity to preserve, record, perpetuate and enhance Secwepemc language, history and culture.
- Historic Hat Creek Ranch
Local Stuctwesemc (“Stluck-TOW-uhsen”) people from the Bonaparte First Nation have reconstructed traditional shelters, hunting and fishing gear, cook pits, and many other items you would find in a Shuswap Village.
- Crown Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada
Government of Canada link to programs and services.
- Indigenous Services Canada
Supporting and empowering Indigenous peoples to independently deliver services and address the socio-economic conditions in their communities.
- Jordan’s Principle
Ensuring that First Nations children can access the products, services and supports they need, when they need them,
- Bonaparte Forestry Agreements
Shuswap Nation Tribal Council (SNTC) member bands are engaged with the Province in discussions associated with land and resource use within asserted traditional territories.
- McAbee Fossil Site
The fossil site is east of the town of Cache Creek, British Columbia along Highway 97.