Welcome To The N'Quatqua Website
This Website was created to provide useful information to you about our company, we hope that this makes it easier to do business with us.
The N'Quatqua Band Office has been serving the N'Quatqua/ Anderson Lake Band Membership since 1987. We are here to help the N'Quatqua Band Membership with any services we have available.
At this site you will discover all about our Band Office, as well as our courteous and resourceful staff and leadership.
N'Quatqua's Vision Statement
"We will honour and respect our lands and resources through a holistic approach. We will be committed to a strong, loving, healthy and sustainable community that will have a consistent approach to education, culture and language. A self governance system that will allow us to grow and meet our needs."
N'Quatqua's Mission Statement
"We promote and encourage families to create and maintain a healthy community. We support the development of self-governance while respecting our relationship with the land, culture and language."
This Website was built by a handful N'Quatqua Youth in the summer of 2013 to help show what our communtiy has to offer. We want to make our programs and services more available to members on and off reserve. It is important to us to make sure that all people within our territory feel welcome in our territory. Any positive feedback would be greatly appreciated. Kukwstum̓úlhkal̓ap (Thank You All).
To reflect the N'Quatqua culture, values and traditions
To honour our land and resources
To incorporate a process for feedback, evaluation, accountability and reporting
To provide the opportunity for all community members to participate
To promote an open and inclusive governance and administrative system
To promote respect for oneself and respect for others
N'Quatqua was established as an Indian Reserve under the Indian Act in September 1858. N'Quatqua Band Office has been providing services to our Membership since our founding in 1987.
The Declaration of the Lillooet Tribe is an important document in the history of relations between the First Nations and the governments of the Dominion of Canada and the Province of British Columbia; Signed in Spences Bridge on May 10, 1911.
We have plenty services to offer within our community with our Health Station and Band Office not far from Our Central Service Station. All located the head of Anderson Lake, B.C, Canada.