“The Simpcw are a culturally proud community, valuing healthy, holistic lifestyles based upon respect, responsibility and continuous participation in growth and education.”
~photo by Jim Cooperman~
Traditionally, the Simpcw people were known for their hunting abilities; much of the Simpcw culture centres on the gathering of local plants and animals for survival.
Simpcw First Nation is committed
to creating a strong future for our people.
We strive to uphold our culture, as well
as work towards economic sustainability
and professional development for our community.
Land Use Plan and Community Economic Development Plan
** Open to all Simpcw First Nation Band Members and Community Members **
February 15, 2017 @ 6pm in the Simpcw Spiritual Centre
Physical Activities Program at the Simpcw Community Hall
Monday - Fitness Class @ 5:30pm
Wednesday- Kiddies Dance Class @ 3:30pm
Wednesday- Kids Kickboxing @ 4pm & Adults @ 5pm
Thursday - Fitness Class @ 5:30pm
Simpcw First Nation
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500 Dunn Lake Road, B.C
8:00am-4:00pm Monday to Friday