Ktunaxa Nation Council

by | Feb 24, 2011

Ktunaxa people have occupied the lands adjacent to the Kootenay and Columbia Rivers and the Arrow Lakes of British Columbia, Canada for more than 10,000 years. The goals of the Ktunaxa Nation Council include preservation and promotion of Ktunaxa traditional knowledge, language and culture, community and social development and wellness, land and resource development, economic investment and self-government.

The Ktunaxa Nation Council participated in the Circle of Governance Excellence, a program of our predecessor, the National Centre for First Nations Governance. This program gave recognition to Ktunaxa Nation’s excellence in effective, independent governance and resulted in the development of these resources for First Nations communities across Canada:

> VIDEO: Vision for a Nation-Ktunaxa Nation

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