First Peoples' Cultural Council

The First Peoples’ Cultural Council is a provincial Crown Corporation formed in 1990 to administer the First Peoples’ Heritage, Language and Culture Program. The First Peoples' Cultural Council is supported by legislation: the First Peoples Heritage, Language and Culture Act.

The mandate of the First Peoples' Cultural Council is to assist B.C. First Nations in their efforts to revitalize their languages, arts and cultures. During 1991, the First Peoples' Council has successfully distributed over $20 million to British Columbia’s Aboriginal communities for language, arts and culture projects.

The First Peoples' Cultural Council is committed to providing communities with a high level of support and quality resources. Our cultural heritage, and the living expression of our identities, is integral to the health of all members of our Aboriginal communities, as well as to the well-being of all British Columbians.

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1A Boat Ramp Road
V8M 1N9 Brentwood Bay , British Columbia
Canada
48° 34' 50.9196" N, 123° 27' 57.7296" W
British Columbia CA