The In-SHUCK-ch Nation, also known as Lower Lillooet people, are a small First Nations Tribal Council on the lower Lillooet River south of Pemberton-Mount Currie in the Canadian province of British Columbia. The communities of the In-SHUCK-ch are of the St'at'imcets-speaking St'at'imc people, but in recent years seceded from the Lillooet Tribal Council to form their own organization. The name In-SHUCK-ch is taken from Gunsight Peak (Ucwalmicwts: In-SHUCK-ch, meaning 'it is split'), a distinctive mountain near the south end of Lillooet Lake.
The three bands of the In-SHUCK-ch are:
Joined with the In-SHUCK-ch in the Lower Stl'atl'imx Tribal Council is the:
British Columbia Treaty Process
By August 2007, the In-SHUCK-ch Nation Agreement in Principle had been officially signed by In-SHUCK-ch Nation Chiefs, the provincial Minister of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation Michael de Jong and the federal Minister of Indian and Northern Affairs Chuck Strahl on behalf of their governments.
Land provided to In-SHUCK-ch Nation will be approximately 13,208 ha of provincial Crown land and 1,310 ha of In-SHUCK-ch Nation’s current Indian Reserves. Canada and British Columbia are also negotiating to acquire 59 ha of private land. The capital transfer will be $21.0 million ($2005).
- Coull, Cheryl (1996). A Traveller's Guide to Aboriginal B.C. Victoria, BC: Beautiful British Columbia Magazine.
- "A Storied Land: The Flood and the Distribution of the Lillooet People". We Are St’át’imc!. St’at’imc Government Services. Retrieved January 9, 2020.
- Sturtevant, William C. (1998). Handbook of North American Indians, vol. 12. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution. p. 189.
- "In-SHUCK-ch Nation". Executive Council of British Columbia. 2009. Archived from the original on August 17, 2009. Retrieved December 1, 2020.
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