We acknowledge with respect that the South Peace Regional Archives is located on the ancestral and traditional lands of many Indigenous peoples. This territory is covered by Treaty 8, signed in 1899. The continuing relationship between Indigenous peoples and this land contributes to the rich knowledge and culture of the South Peace region.
We are grateful to serve the people on this land and honor the Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
The South Peace Regional Archives is currently completing a major project to identify, describe, and digitize Indigenous-related records held within the collection. This project has been made possible by Library and Archives Canada. Please continue to check this page as we add more information on Indigenous records at the Archives.