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    This page is an online directory of Greater Vancouver First Nations businesses, services, and related interests located within the Greater Vancouver - Lower Mainland region of British Columbia, Canada.



    BC Aboriginal Child Care Society
    Greater Vancouver First Nations: BC Aboriginal Child Care Society BC Aboriginal Child Care Society -
    West Vancouver,
    The BC Aboriginal Child Care Society helps Aboriginal communities develop high quality, integrated, community child care services that are based in the childrenís culture, language and history. These services promote healthy growth and development among Aboriginal children.

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    BC Treaty Commission
    Greater Vancouver First Nations: BC Treaty Commission BC Treaty Commission -
    Vancouver,
    The Treaty Commission is the independent, neutral body responsible for facilitating treaty negotiations among Canada, BC and First Nations in BC.

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    Coastal Peoples Fine Arts
    Greater Vancouver First Nations: Coastal Peoples Fine Arts Coastal Peoples Fine Arts -
    Vancouver,
    Coastal Peoples is a leading gallery showcasing museum quality Northwest Coast First Nations and Inuit artwork. Founded in 1996, the gallery is set in an historic warehouse space, with a strong emphasis on representing the diverse and distinct carving styles relating to the numerous coastal communities in BC.

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    Coglan Art Gallery
    Greater Vancouver First Nations: Coglan Art Gallery Coglan Art Gallery -
    Aldergrove,
    Fine native Indian art from the Pacific Northwest coast. Coghlan Art Studio and Gallery was established in 1988. Our wood carvings, masks, totem poles, and paintings have been placed in private and public collections through out North America and Europe.

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    Douglas Reynolds Gallery
    Greater Vancouver First Nations: Douglas Reynolds Gallery Douglas Reynolds Gallery -
    Vancouver,
    The Douglas Reynolds Gallery offers an extensive collection of Northwest coast native art and fine jewelry.

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    First Nations Summit
    Greater Vancouver First Nations: First Nations Summit First Nations Summit -
    North Vancouver,
    The First Nations Summit is comprised of a majority of First Nations and Tribal Councils in BC and provides a forum for First Nations in British Columbia to address issues related to Treaty negotiations as well as other issues of common concern.

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    Hill's Native Art
    Greater Vancouver First Nations: Hill's Native Art Hill's Native Art -
    Vancouver,
    Hillís Native Art has acquired the largest and most varied collection of First Nations and Inuit arts and crafts. Hillís has caught worldwide attention as the largest Northwest Coast Native Art Gallery in North America, and has exhibited hundreds of works by emerging and internationally renowned artists.

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    Inuit Gallery of Vancouver
    Greater Vancouver Art: Greater Vancouver First Nations: Inuit Gallery of Vancouver Inuit Gallery of Vancouver -
    Vancouver,
    Since 1979, the Inuit Gallery has offered museum quality Inuit and Northwest Coast First Nations art in the heart of Gastown. We carry a tradition of presenting important exhibitions of Canadian aboriginal art, featuring new works by senior artists and exploring the work of the talented next generation of artists.

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    Khot-La-Cha Coast Salish Handicrafts
    Greater Vancouver First Nations: Khot-La-Cha Coast Salish Handicrafts Khot-La-Cha Coast Salish Handicrafts -
    West Vancouver,
    Khot-La-Cha Art Gallery and Gift Shop is a known retail outlet situated on the Capilano Reserve in North Vancouver. Khot-La-Cha features items created by some of British Columbia's finest Aboriginal artists and crafts people.

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    Latermer Gallery
    Greater Vancouver First Nations: Latermer Gallery Latermer Gallery -
    Vancouver,
    Lattimer Gallery has the unique warm atmosphere of a Northwest Longhouse and we invite you to browse to you heart's content. We offer a fascinating display of finely crafted gold and silver jewellery, argillite carvings, soapstone sculptures, steam bent boxes, masks, totem poles, and much more.

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    Museum of Anthropology
    Greater Vancouver First Nations: Museum of Anthropology Museum of Anthropology -
    Vancouver,
    The Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia is world-renowned for its Native cultural collections, research, teaching, public programs, and community connections.

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    Native Education College
    Greater Vancouver First Nations: Native Education College Native Education College -
    Vancouver,
    The Native Education College in Vancouver has been offering culturally relevant education and training programs to the Aboriginal community since 1967.

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    Spirit Wrestler Gallery
    Greater Vancouver First Nations: Spirit Wrestler Gallery Spirit Wrestler Gallery -
    Vancouver,
    Specializing in Inuit and Northwest coastal art... the gallery is located in the former Alhambra Hotel building at 8 Water Street, in historic Gastown.

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    Vancouver Museum
    Greater Vancouver First Nations: Vancouver Museum Vancouver Museum -
    Vancouver,
    The history of Vancouver begins long before 1886. The First Nations Collections from Vancouver Museum bring to life, the histories, struggles, and triumphs of the Aboriginal peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast.

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    Xaytem Longhouse Interpretive Centre
    Greater Vancouver First Nations: Xaytem Longhouse Interpretive Centre Xaytem Longhouse Interpretive Centre -
    Mission,
    Xaytem offers a unique opportunity to learn about Sto-lo peoples spirituality, archaeology and history at a place where our culture has flourished for thousands of years.






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