“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.
June 28 @ 5pm in the Community Hall.
"Retracing Our Steps 2016" ~ This community meeting is to collect ideas for the events that will take place in August in Tete Jaune Cache.
Physical Activities Program at the Simpcw Community Hall
Monday - Weights & Cardio @ 5pm
Wednesday- Kids Kickboxing @ 4pm & Adults @ 5pm
Thursday - Cardio Fitness or Circuit Training @ 6pm
Simpcw First Nation
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500 Dunn Lake Road, B.C
8:00am-4:00pm Monday to Friday