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Kwikwetlem in Halq'emeylem language means:
"Red Fish Up The River"

Keys for the new reserve mailbox are in and available at the front desk.  Please sign for them and note that if these are lost Canada Post will charge $35 to replace.

October 1st Visioning Session with the Community
KFN Members are invited to attend a “visioning” session with BC Housing for the development of the Riverview Hospital Lands. The session will be held at the Community Building on Wednesday, October 1st from 2pm to 4pm.  BC Housing will be bringing facilitators and artists to work with KFN in describing the Community’s vision for the Lands.  The report that comes out of this session will be a very important tool in the development partnership between BC Housing and KFN.

Community Hall, October 4, 2014.  Doors open at 11:30
Lunch at 12:00 noon and meeting starting at 1:15 pm.
We will have phone conference capabilities - please contact the office for phone number and code to log onto the phone call.


Community Thanksgiving Dinner
Community Hall, Sunday, October 5 at 5:00 pm

Christmas Dinner Location Change!
This year's KFN Christmas Dinner will be held on
December 13th at the Wilson Centre (2150 Wilson Avenue)
in Port Coquitlam doors open at 4 pm


Kwikwetlem Adult Group
Adult Group will be heading to Whistler for the long weekend in October.

Check out what is happening at Kwikwetlem by downloading our latest newsletter!!


We are a First Nation located in Coquitlam, BC, Canada. We have two reserves that are nestled against the Coquitlam River. IR#1 is close to the mouth of Coquitlam River that drains into the Fraser River and is 6.5 acres and IR#2 is in Port Coquitlam, further up Coquitlam River. It is 202 acres in size.

Kwikwetlem First Nation currently has members that reside throughout Western Canada and the United States.

Tribe:  Coast Salish    
Language:   Halq'eméylem

Kwikwetlem First Nation in respect of our traditional territory, culture and our membership is creating the environment that promotes a higher quality of life for our membership. We are committed to transparency, responsibility, financial accountability, social, health, education, and economic development.

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Kwikwetlem First Nation

Kwikwetlem First Nation

2-65 Colony Farm Road, Coquitlam, B.C. V3C 5X9

Phone: 604-540-0680  Fax 604-525-0772


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