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Ts'uubaa-asatx Nation (formerly known as Lake Cowichan First Nation) have lived around the shores of Cowichan Lake for millennia, long prior to the arrival of Euro‐Canadians. Ts'uubaa-asatx have always made their primary home on Cowichan Lake. The English translation of the name Ts'uubaa-asatx is "People of the Lake".

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T: 250.749.3301
F: 250.749.4286

E: sherry@lcfn.ca

313B Deer Road

PO Box 159

Lake Cowichan, BC  V0R 2G0

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TS'UUBAA-ASATX NOW

We strive to be a strong and healthy community. 

The Ts’uubaa-asatx Nation is a self-determining, innovative, progressive and prosperous nation. We are a distinct tribe (with roots to the Dididaht group of tribes) who continue to govern in a harmonious and balanced way, inclusive of all members, valuing relationships, customs, and traditions, with honour and respect for our culture and the environment, continuing for future generations.

 

Today, Ts'uubaa-satx has approximately 30 people residing on its reserve and many more wanting to come back home. Although small in size, Ts'uubaa-satx is embarking on following the community’s voices that were shared during our economic development plan. We desire a strong and healthy community, connected to our lands and culture. We strive to build capacity for effective economic growth.