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Canim Lake First Nation

The Tsq’escenemc (“The People of Broken Rock”) The People of the Canim Lake Band, or the Tsq’escenemc as we are known in our native Secwepemcstin or Shuswap language. The Tsq’escenemc are part of the lakes people of the Northern Shuswap, using using several lakes in the region, with band administration on the Canim Hendrix Road in the South Cariboo area, about 30 kilometres east of 100 Mile House.

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The Tsq’escenemc (“The People of Broken Rock”) The People of the Canim Lake Band, or the Tsq’escenemc as we are known in our native language, Secwepemcstin or Shuswap language, are members of the Shuswap Nation.

The Shuswap Nation is part of the Interior Salish People. The Salish People cover the area from the Coast (Coastal Salish) from Northern BC to Washington State to the Cariboo Region. The Tsq’escenemc are part of the lakes people of the Northern Shuswap, using the vast number of lakes in the region to maintain our sustenance.

The main village and administration buildings of the Band is situated in the South Cariboo area, approximately 30 kilometres east of 100 Mile House on the Canim Hendrix Road

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