K'ómoks First Nation

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"The people called K'ómoks today referred to themselves as Sathloot, Sasitla, Ieeksun, Puntledge, Cha'chae, and Tat'poos. They occupied sites in Kelsey Bay, Quinsum, Campbell River, Quadra Island, Kye Bay, and along the Puntledge estuary. As a cultural collective they called themselves, "Sathloot", according to the late Mary Clifton."[[source: http://www.comoxband.ca/index.php]]

Community information

Population on reserve: 0
Population off reserve: 0
Total population: 273

Language information

The people of the K'ómoks Nation have a traditional territory at the boundary of two of the major language families in British Columbia; to the north and west their neighbours speak Wakashan languages and to the south and east their neighbours speak Coast Salish languages. The families of the K'ómoks Nation have ancestors who spoke who come from the three linguistic traditions identified with their territory: Éy7á7juuthem (also called Comox), Pəntl’áč, and Kwak̓wala. Although the last K'omoks First Nation members who spoke Éy7á7juuthem and Pəntl’áč have passed away there are currently community members who speak Kwak̓wala.

Historically known as:

Comox First Nation
Komox Nation
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LNA 1s

Title Submitted Organization/First Nation/Government Language
LNA3234 - Upper Island Women of Native Ancestry Submitted Upper Island Women of Native Ancestry Kwak̓wala