Indian Registry and Band Membership

Indian Registry and Band Membership maintains vital statistics records and the Cowichan Tribes Band Membership list.  Cowichan Tribes took over these responsibilities from Indian Affairs and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) in 1986.
 
The Indian Registry is managed on behalf of Aboriginal Affairs.  Aboriginal Affairs provides core funding and the balance is provided by the Band’s own-source revenue.  Band Membership is funded entirely by the Band's own-source revenue.
 
The department is managed by a certified Indian Registry Administrator.
 

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Services

Secured Certificate of Indian Status (New Status Card)

Resources

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Cowichan Indian Band Membership Rules & Application

 


 Bill S3 Timeline

Community Workshop


 

January 8, 2019

Please join us on January 31st in attending the Community Workshop on Indian Registration and the Bill S-3 Collaborative Process for a presentation from a Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada representative.  Please contact the coordinator for any questions.

flyer


 

January 2, 2019

Happy New Year from the Membership Department!  There is a Community Workshop on Indian Registration and the Bill S-3 Collaborative Process on January 31st, please see flyer for more information.

Invitation

Overview


 

Contact 

5760 Allenby Road
Duncan, BC   V9L 5J1

Ph:  250.748.3196
Fx:  250.748.1233
membership email

Cowichan Tribes Population
Total Population 5,012
Males 2,488
Females 2,524
 
 
On Cowichan Reserve 2,512
On Other Reserve 0,330
Off Reserve 2,170
 
 
*updated March 14, 2018

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