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Kamloops Indian Band - BC (Canada)

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[Kamloops Indian Band - BC flag] image by Chrystian Kretowicz, 25 January 2011



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The Band

Kamloops Indian Band of the Shuswap Nation
Tk'emlúps

Largest of the Secwepemc bands, it has more than 1000 members and 130 sq.km of land.
Chrystian Kretowicz, 25 January 2011


The Flag

The symbols are shown on the Public Register of Arms as a banner of arms, described as "Argent a cross throughout potent grady of two the vertical arms Gules the horizontal arms Sable charged with a cross wavy Azure edged Argent surmounted at the crossing by a bezant thereon a representation of the supports of a winter lodge of the Kamloops People Gules the end gradients from the chief clockwise Gules Or Argent and Sable the quarters charged first and fourth of a fawn statant second and third of a salmon leaping Gules".
[Kamloops Indian Band - BC flag] image by Chrystian Kretowicz, 25 January 2011

A second flag is shown on the Public Register of Arms, "Per pale Gules and Argent dexter a coyote’s head sinister a fox’s head contourné both erased at the front and couped at the back conjoined at the party line and counterchanged all within a bordure of copper proper".
Chrystian Kretowicz, 25 January 2011