The Village of Pemberton is situated within the traditional territory of the Líl’wat Nation and within the boundaries of Electoral Area C of the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District. Set at the foot of majestic Mount Currie, just a short drive from Whistler, the Village of Pemberton is a picturesque small town with strong agricultural and forestry roots.
Electoral Area C is known for its spectacular beauty, characterized by numerous rivers, productive agricultural lands, and steep mountainous vistas. At about 5,600 square kilometers in size, Electoral Area C is the largest area in the regional district, and is also is the most populous. Area C is home to long-time residents with agricultural roots, young families new to the area, part-time residents, and the growing Líl’wat and N’Quatqua First Nations.