Government announcement of $50 million for Indigenous language revitalization in B.C.

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February 21, 2023

B.C. First Nations Languages Report Shows Increase in Language Learners, Needs Long-term Support For media enquiries please contact

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January 30, 2023

In collaboration with the First Peoples’ Cultural Council, Knowledge Network has launched a Call for Proposals from Indigenous filmmakers to produce a series of short documentary films that showcase the revitalization of…

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November 14, 2022

The First Peoples’ Cultural Council will deliver more than $5.4 million this year to support 16 projects that conserve, repair and develop First Nations heritage infrastructure in B.C. For media…

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In response to media outlets and journalists being censored by Bill C-18, we regularly post a News Roundup featuring recent stories highlighting revitalization efforts for Indigenous languages, arts and heritage.


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Emmy McMillan

Emmy McMillan is a descendent of settlers and grew up in the Cariboo region near Canim Lake B.C. She has years of experience in historical research and working with Indigenous communities. She has been with FPCC since 2018 and has a passion for telling stories and capturing images that share the incredible work happening in FPCC programs.