Pauquachin First Nation

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The Pauquachin First Nation is the band government of the Pauquachin group of North Straits Salish-speaking indigenous peoples. Their reserve communities and traditional territories are located in the Greater Victoria area of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

Native rights[edit]

They are a member of the Sencot'en Alliance fighting for Native rights.[1] In the 1850s they were signatories to the Douglas Treaties.[2]

Chief and Councillors[edit]

Position Name Term Start Term End Reference
Chief Rebecca Harris 10/25/2014 10/24/2016 [3]

Treaty Process[edit]

Not participating in BC Treaty Process.[1]

Demographics[edit]

The Pauquachin First Nation has 373 members.[4]

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