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Saanich people

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Two Saanich people with GG Heye, 1938.jpg
Elsie Copper and her brother, who is wearing traditional Saanich dance regalia. George Gustav Heye, right. 1938 photo, NMAI.
Regions with significant populations
 Canada( British Columbia)
 United States( Washington)
English, Saanich
Christianity, Animism
Related ethnic groups
Coast Salish
Map of the Saanich Reserves
Map of the Saanich Reserves

The Saanich or W̱SÁNEĆ ([/xʷˈsenət͡ʃ], Xwsenəč) are indigenous nations from the north coast of the Gulf and San Juan Islands, southern Vancouver Island and the southern edge of the Lower Mainland in British Columbia.

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Saanich Bands

ȽÁU,WEL,ṈEW̱ Tribal school

ȽÁU,WEL,ṈEW̱ school
ȽÁU,WEL,ṈEW̱ school

Four of the Saanich First Nations: Tsartlip, Pauquachin, Tseycum and Tsawout, created the ȽÁU,WELṈEW̱ Tribal School in 1989. It holds classes from preschool to grade 10, with classes for adults in the adult centre next door to the high school where SENĆOŦEN, the W̱SÁNEĆ language and W̱SÁNEĆ culture are taught along with the provincial curriculum. The school is also a venue for community events.[2]

See also


  1. ^ "Board of Directors". Retrieved 12 November 2017.
  2. ^ "ȽÁU,WELṈEW̱ Tribal School". Archived from the original on 2 January 2013. Retrieved 17 April 2012.

Further reading

  • Bill, Adriane; Cayou, Roxanne; & Jim, Jacqueline. (2003). NET'̸'E NEḰA'̸' SḴELÁLṈEW'̲' [One green tree]. Victoria, B.C.: First Peoples’ Cultural Foundation & L̵ÁU,WELṈEW̲ Tribal School. ISBN 1-4120-0626-0.
  • Mithun, Marianne. (1999). The languages of Native North America. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-23228-7 (hbk); ISBN 0-521-29875-X.
  • Montler, Timothy. (1996). Languages and dialects in Straits Salishan. Proceedings of the International Conference on Salish and Neighboring Languages, 31, 249-256.
  • Montler, Timothy. (1999). Language and dialect variation in Straits Salishan. Anthropological linguistics, 41 (4), 462-502.
  • YELḰÁTT̵E [Claxton, Earl, Sr.]; & STOLC̸EL̵ [Elliot, John, Sr.]. (1994). Reef Net Technology of the Saltwater People. Brentwood Bay, B.C.: Saanich Indian School Board.

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