The First Peoples' Cultural Council is a First Nations-run Crown Corporation with a mandate to support the revitalization of Indigenous languages, arts, culture and heritage 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

report on indigenous language revitalization work in B.C.

New First Nations Languages Report

Release of the Report on the Status of B.C. First Nations Languages 2018. There are positive developments but more work is needed in language revitalization.  More>

indigenous languages museum exhibit report

Our Living Languages Comment Card Report

We are excited to share the overwhelmingly positive results of comment cards completed by visitors to the Our Living Languages exhibit at the Royal BC Museum.  More>

Agreement Supports Language Learning

FPCC and the National Research Council of Canada have signed an agreement to collaborate on upgrades to FPCC’s FirstVoices Language Tutor software.  More>

Engagement Sessions Announced

The Government of Canada has released a schedule of dates for engagement on the proposed federal Indigenous languages legislation.  More>

Speaking about the language investment

Indigenous language champions talk about the importance of the $50 million investment in First Nations languages and language revitalization work in B.C.  More>

FPCC Language Fact Sheets Released

We are excited to announce the release of a series of one-page fact sheets on various topics in Indigenous language revitalization!  More>