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Lake Cowichan First Nation’s traditional territory encompasses the entire Cowichan Lake watershed including the Indian Reserve that is the community core that houses the residential and administration building that is located on approximately 100 acres between the Youbou Highway and Northshore Road.

The Lake Cowichan people have settled and used a wide range of resources throughout their traditional territory, encompassing the land surrounding Cowichan Lake, its shoreline, and the adjacent streams and forest inland, the small lakes in the vicinity, and the uppermost portion of Cowichan River since ancient times. Such traditional use of resources throughout the territory has continued into modern times. Although small in number Lake Cowichan First Nation takes very seriously their role as stewards of their traditional territory and that is why LCFN is active in the participation in various working groups and initiatives aimed at protecting our resources.

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  • Sep 18, 2013Lake Cowichan First Nation website is all set to launch today.