Cheam Indian Band
The Cheam Indian Band is a First Nations band government of the Stó:lō people in the Upper Fraser Valley region of British Columbia, Canada, located near the community of Rosedale. They traditionally speak the Upriver dialect of Halkomelem, one of the Salishan family of languages. The name Cheam means "wild strawberry place" and is the namesake of Mount Cheam, which overlooks the community and most of the Upper Fraser Valley. They are a member government of the Sto:lo Tribal Council, one of two Sto:lo tribal councils.
The band services two reserves on the north shore of Cheam Lake, home to 354 people with another 200 living off the reserve.
- Indian and Northern Affairs Canada First Nation Detail Archived August 11, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
- Cheam Band Battles DFO And RCMP Archived March 10, 2005, at the Wayback Machine..
- BC Government Aboriginal Reconciliation and Renewal website
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