The First Peoples' Cultural Council is a First Nations-run Crown Corporation with a mandate to support the revitalization of Aboriginal language, arts and culture in British Columbia. We provide funding and resources to communities, monitor the status of First Nations languages and develop policy recommendations for First Nations leadership and government.

First Peoples' News

New Language Workshops Available!

We are offering two new language training workshops - in Mentor-Apprentice and Language Nest. The workshops are available individually or in a package.  More>

Announcing Call to Coast Salish Artists

FPCC will be facilitating the commission of three original designs from three B.C. Coast Salish artists to adorn the side of three new BC Ferries vessels.  More>

FPCC Responds with Letter to the Editor

Read the First Peoples' Cultural Council's response to "More money won't save aboriginal languages," a recent opinion piece published in the Calgary Herald.  More>

New Learning Portal Launched

Online portal brings elements of the award-winning exhibition about B.C. First Nations languages to a new audience.  More>

New FPCC Report Released

FPCC is pleased to announce the release of a new arts report: Proceedings of the Cultural Protocols & the Arts Forum  More>

The ELP Website Has Been Redesigned!

The Endangered Languages Project has launched a new website - in partnership with FPCC and global partners.  More>