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


Apply Now for Language Planning!

FPCC's Language Revitalization Planning Program is now accepting applications from B.C. communities for the 2016-2017 program year.  More>


FPCC and BC Ferries Reveal Artwork

Darlene Gait's design for the first of three Salish Class ferries was revealed today at an event at One Moon Art Gallery on the Esquimalt Nation.  More>


FPCC Releases 25th Anniversary Report

The report celebrates the accomplishments of FPCC as a funder and resource for information about B.C.’s Indigenous languages, arts and cultures.  More>


BC Ferries and FPCC Announce Artists

Three Coast Salish artists have been selected to create designs for the new Salish Class vessels.  More>


New Language Needs Assessment System!

A new and Improved online Language Needs Assessment System is now live for those who are applying for language grants from FPCC.  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>