Non-Lillooet Tribal Council St'at'imc Groups
Other St'at'imcets-speaking groups within the traditional territory of the St'at'imc people are incorporated separately as
- N'quatqua First Nation, at the farther end of Anderson Lake from Seton Portage,
- In-SHUCK-ch Nation, on the lower Lillooet River south from Pemberton-Mount Currie.
- Samahquam First Nation
- Skatin First Nation (Skookumchuck Hot Springs)
- Douglas First Nation (Port Douglas/Xa'xtsa).
The member bands of In-SHUCK-ch, plus the N'quatqua Band, comprise the Lower Stl'atl'imx Tribal Council. These were all formerly part of the Lillooet Tribal Council but being all smaller rural reserves opted out to make their own way through the land claims process, despite maintaining close family and cultural ties to the larger communities at Mount Currie and Lillooet.
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