About the institution

The Stó:lō Archives was established in 1996 by the Aboriginal Rights and Title department with a mandate to support and encourage all the Stó:lō to re-establish, protect and assert self-government through research, documentation and communication of Stó:lō rights and title. The Archives has collected and preserved thousands of documents, oral interviews, publications, maps and photographs which illustrate the history and promote the values of the Stó:lō.

Facilities associated with the SRRMC Archaeology program include the Material Culture Repository. The Repository houses cultural artifacts in a respectful manner and place. Cultural objects include a collection of Coast Salish baskets and many archaeological artifacts either collected during research projects or donated. These objects are held in trust by SRRMC on behalf of all Stó:lō.

Visit the Sto:lo Research & Resource Management Centre on the web at http://www.srrmcentre.com.

Sto:lo Research & Resource Management Centre on the RRN

The RRN contains 10,289 items from the Sto:lo Research & Resource Management Centre. Items from the Sto:lo Research & Resource Management Centre have been available on the RRN since launch. Since then, their items have been viewed on the RRN 952,746 times. Data from the Sto:lo Research & Resource Management Centre was last updated April 22, 2018.

Feedback and Questions

You can contact the Sto:lo Research & Resource Management Centre about its collections or role in the following ways:

Sto:lo Research and Resource Management Centre
c/o Dr. David Schaepe, Director
7201 Vedder Road
Chilliwack, B.C. V2R 4G5

604.824.5124
dave.schaepe@stolonation.bc.ca