The purpose of the Kumugwe Cultural Society is to represent the K’omoks and Kwakwaka’wakw Peoples, assisting in cultural community endeavours that develop and promote culture.
Our dance group has performed for thousands of people over the years. We pride ourselves on building lasting relationships with non-profit and corporate groups alike. Our dancers are available for performances for your business or social events, large or small.
National Indigenous Peoples Day is an important day for all of us across Canada. This weekend, we’re celebrating in K’ómoks territory on Vancouver Island in British Columbia. This region is home to the Pentlatch, E’iksan, Sahtloot and Sasitla peoples.
The Project name says it all. The Kumugwe Cultural Society has wanted to host a language camp for several years and finally felt ready to make that happen. Two weekend-long camps plus monthly language primers. Participants in this project will be speaking together in their own household or bubble. Five families will undertake weekly and monthly goals to learn and practice Kwak̕wala while engaging with videos, online forums, interactive games, and home-based resources. Join our participant families as they deepen their knowledge and daily use of Kwak̕wala during these interesting times.
On September 26 2019, the Kumugwe Cultural Society distributed a message through the Comox Valley Record discussing Indigenous reconciliation in Canada. This message is meant to encourage respectful dialogue, to help break down misconceptions and promote meaningful social change.
Canada Council of the Arts
COVID – 19 Emergency Support Fund
Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture
B.C. Multicultural Branch
Hutilala.xa Ninoxsola (Listen to the Wise Ones) project.