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Homalco First Nation

Homalco First Nation (the "People of fast running waters") were originally located at Look-out point (Aaron rapids/Sonora) 1700's/1800's and then moved to "Aupe" an area just south - west of Sonora

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Homalco First Nation are traditionally known as the “People of fast running waters,” named after the turbulent waters surrounding our original home in Bute Inlet B.C. Canada.

Originaly Our home was situated at Look-out point (Aaron rapids/Sonora) 1700’s/1800’s and then moved to “Aupe” an area just south – west of Sonora.

Many Homalco people would live up and down the Bute Inlet and hold residence in various areas of Bute Inlet during all season’s where they would

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