Secwepemc Cultural Education Society
"Metéltwecw-kt Es Knúcwetwecw-kt"
"Everyone come together to help one another."
In 1982, the 17 Secwepemc Bands representing the Secwepemc Nation signed a declaration to work in unity to preserve, record, perpetuate and enhance Secwepemc language, history and culture.
The Secwepemc Cultural Education Society was formed with a mandate to assist the Secwepemc people and bands to preserve, record, perpetuate, and enhance the Secwepemc language, history, and culture.
Aim of this Website:
Through the sharing of information about Secwepemc First Nations, we can create awareness for all people and promote understanding and respect. To create a vibrant and interactive website while keeping in touch with Secwepemc traditions and cultural practices.
A virtual tour of the Secwepemc Territory
To navigate, click on either the white marker or the yellow tack. This will take you to a view that is saved with it.
Copyright & Use of Content:
This website is owned and managed by the Secwepemc Cultural Education Society. Information published on the Secwepemc Cultural Education Society Website is provided for information and educational purposes only. All rights to materials provided on this web site is under the copyright protection of Secwepemc Cultural Education Society. As a visitor to this site, you are permitted to use the information provided for personal, non-commercial use only, provided the information is not modified and all copyright and other proprietary notices are retained. None of the information may be otherwise reproduced, republished or re-disseminated in any manner or form without the prior written permission of an authorized representative of the Secwepemc Cultural Education Society.
The Secwepemc Cultural Education Society thanks the following people for their help and guidance during the website project:
Secwépemc Storytellers: Donna Antoine, Marie Antoine and Garlene Dodson
Stk̓wem7íple7s re Secwépemctsin (Secwepemc Language Authority)
Secwépemc Elders Council
Storyteller Illustrators: Cheryl Arnouse and Jeff Samson
Project Supervisor – George Kaliszewski
Content Coordinator – Kathy Manuel
Content Coordinator – Jessica Arnouse
Web Developer – Ali Uddin, UDDIN CONSULTANCY
Technical Assistant – Gabe Archie
This project was made possible with the support of the Department of Canadian Heritage – Gateway Fund.
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