Skuppah is an ancient community located 2 kilometers south of the Village of Lytton. Its Band Number 707 in Indigenous Services Canada's registered Indian Band list. We are located along the transportation corridor just downriver of the junction of the Thompson and Fraser River(s) at Tl'Kemstin (Lytton, BC)
With 8 Reserves totaling almost 246 hectares, Skuppah lands are fractured by the Trans Canada Highway, Canada Pacific Railroad, Canadian National Railroad, utility transmission lines, and the Fraser River. A Band Administration, Health, and Maintenance Department share a building at 988 McIntyre Road.