The Tobacco Plains Indian Band is located in Grasmere, BC near the Roosville Border Crossing. We are part of the Ktunaxa Nation. The purpose of the Tobacco Plains First Nation Administration is to establish, maintain, conduct and promote among our Chief and Council and our membership, support and guidance in establishing goals towards health and wellness, employment and training, and cultural heritage.

The Tobacco Plains Indian Reserve is one of several Ktunaxa Nation communities in Canada and comprises 10,600 acres in Southeastern British Columbia. The Southern boundary adjoins the USA border in Montana. Highway 93 crosses the Reserve at two locations and the Reserve surrounds the Canada Customs facility.

Vision Statement

The Tobacco Plains Indian Band is a self-governing community, dedicated to improving the health, safety, education and financial security of our people while exercising the right to practice our cultural and traditional ways.

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2020 Election For those wanting submit question for the Nominees to answer you can phone the electoral officer Drew Shaw on his cell at 1-250-710-1451 Or Nicole Hajash at 1-250-882-1557 who will compile a list for all Candidates to answer during the Zoom meeting. To...

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