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Recent Stories

Qatmuk Rally a Success

Judicial Reveiw Likely this Spring

Mining, Impact Management and Benefit Agreement (IMBA) Update #6

Report from the KNC Finance Committee On the Sharing Benefits Survey Results

Idle No More Movement

Information Summary Upper Fording River Westslope Cutthroat Trout Study, Elk Valley

Groundwater and Surface Water

Indian Reserve Land Interests at Treaty Table

Skyla?s Trip To France

Ktunaxa Nation Health Update

Letter to the Editor

BC Government Shows Disdain by Designating Jumbo as Resort Municipality

Ktunaxa Announce November 30th as Filing Date for Judicial Review of Jumbo Resort

Qat?muk Management Plan Meetings Highlights Frustration with BC Government

TransCanada Comes Through with Truck

Ktunaxa Nation Council Building is Becoming Home

2012 Archaeology Forum at St. Eugene Golf Resort & Casino

Aboriginal students explore job options in Ktunaxa Territory

Partnership begins new relationship on First Nations? Health

Constable Eldene Stanley Receives Jubilee

Letter to the Editor Skyla's update in France

Letter to the Editor My Weekend with Dr. Jane

KABDA Office New Location

Nupqu Manager Norm Fraser Moves On

2012 British Columbia Archaeology Forum

Governments, Non-Profits, Business Join Forces In $10 Million Project To Conserve the Flathead

Lot 48 Preserved for Future Generation of Ktunaxa

IMBA Update

Increasing the Aboriginal Health Care Workforce

Letter to the Editor

2012 ? 2013 Lil? Miss & Miss Kootenai

The Importance Of Good Nutrition For Infants & Children

Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Medal presentation, for Chief Jason Louie

Eva Joseph Facility

St. Mary?s New Education Centre

Trade Your Treasures Consignment

Waneta Expansion Update

Rotary Youth Exchange France

Ktunaxa Nation Purchase Central School Building

Ktunaxa to Submit Application for Judicial Review of Jumbo Resort Approval

Teck Line Creek Mine Expansion ? IMBA Update

Sophie Pierre Receives Honourary Degree from UBC

2nd Annual Columbia Salmon Festival September 28th - 30th

Community Qat?muk Meetings

Nupqu Development Corporation Starts New Venture

KABDA Small Business Awards Nominations

Government of Canada Supports Eco-Energy Project at ?Aq'am

New Cultural Kits for Ktunaxa Youth

Ktunaxa Nation Community Forest Managment Plan

Bear Island Archaeology Project

Ktunaxa Nation Annual General Assembly

?aq'amnik New Education Centre Underway

Ktunaxa Disappointed at Approval of Jumbo

Ktunaxa Participate in Information & Communication Technology Summit

$1 Million Earmarked For Columbia Lake Conservation

BC Delegation to France calls into question the Jumbo approval process

Integrated Partnership will Benefit Kootenay Lake

Ktunaxa Do Not Support Wolf Cull

 

 

 

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KNC Open House a Success

March 14, 2013

On February 22nd, the Ktunaxa Nation Council (KNC) invited the public to an Open House to their new office location in the Central School heritage building. With over 400 people visiting, the Open House was a huge success, and allowed people from across the region to learn more about the Ktunaxa, and its many programs and services. The Ktunaxa Nation purchased the building in August 2012 and it is now home to over 100 staff members.
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Qatmuk Rally a Success

January 23, 2013

On November 30th, 2012, the Ktunaxa Nation Council filed a petition (application) to the BC Supreme Court in Vancouver . The petition asks the court to overturn the decision of the BC Minister of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations (FLNRO) to approve the Master Development Agreement for the Jumbo Glacier Resort.
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Judicial Reveiw Likely this Spring

January 23, 2013

For almost 20 years the Ktunaxa have said no to Jumbo Glacier Resort, and it appears they will have to do it yet again. Today, the Ktunaxa Nation filed an application for judicial review of the resort?s approval in BC Supreme Court.

The controversial ski resort is proposed in the heart of an area Ktunaxa call Qat?muk For Ktunaxa, Qat?muk is where the Grizzly Bear Spirit was born, goes to heal itself, and returns to the spirit world. The Grizzly Bear Spirit is a unique and indispensable source of collective and individual guidance, strength, and protection for Ktunaxa. Qat?muk?s importance for the Grizzly Bear Spirit is interwoven with the living grizzly bears of today, and into the future.
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Mining, Impact Management and Benefit Agreement (IMBA) Update #6

January 23, 2013

You may have heard the buzz word, ?IMBA? in your community, or at meetings, what does it mean?
IMBA is short for, ?Impact Management and Benefit Agreement?. It is a type of agreement that is negotiated between First Nations and companies that want to develop a project in a First Nation?s territory. All land-based projects (mines, dams, forestry operations) have impacts, some more than others. All land-based projects also provide benefits to many people.
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Report from the KNC Finance Committee
On the Sharing Benefits Survey Results

January 23, 2013

At the request of the Ktunaxa Nation Executive Council, the Finance Committee, in co-ordination with the 4 Community Chief & Councils, consulted with Ktunaxa Citizens to receive their input, on how benefits from IMBA?s (Impact Management
Benefit Agreements) and other revenue sharing monies such as the ECDA, should be shared within the Ktunaxa Nation.
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Idle No More Movement

January 23, 2013

The Idle No More movement has galvanized Indigenous people in Canada like never before. The grass roots movement started as a response to the Canadian Government?s Omnibus Bill C45. The Bill has been described as an attack upon First Nations and the environment, and it contains legislation that not only affects Indigenous people, but also the lands, water and the rest of Canadian citizens who rely upon the environment we live in.
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Information Summary Upper Fording River Westslope Cutthroat Trout Study, Elk Valley

January 23, 2013

Jon Bisset - Teck Coal Ltd. (?Teck Coal?) has commissioned a study to further understand the current status of Westslope cutthroat trout in the upper Fording River watershed upstream of Josephine Falls. The title of the study is Upper Fording River Westslope Cutthroat Trout Population Assessment ? Telemetry Project (the ?Project?). The goal of the Project is to determine whether the Westslope cutthroat trout population in the upper Fording River watershed is healthy, robust and sustainable.. The Project is an important part of Teck Coal?s contribution to the development of a Cumulative Effects Management Framework.
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Groundwater and Surface Water

January 23, 2013

Jim Clarricoates - The water of Earth is a dynamic entity, molding the face of the planet through erosive forces such as wave action and sheer velocity off the faces of mountains. However, there is water under the surface that is also molding the landscape.
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Indian Reserve Land Interests at Treaty Table

January 23, 2013

By Troy D. Hunter J.D. (Co-op Law) - The Ktunaxa Kinbasket Treaty Council (KKTC) has retained the services of Troy Hunter in relation to the treaty work as it pertains to Indian Reserve land interests. The project objectives are to research current land interests/tenures on the Akisq?nuk, Lower Kootenay, St Mary?s and Tobacco Plains Indian Reserves and to provide options for replacing those land interests with post-treaty tenures. This project will assist the Ktunaxa team as we negotiate a treaty and continue with our nation building work. The end result is to establish an effective means of providing secure land tenures while ensuring that our collective rights are adequately protected going forward.
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Skyla?s Trip To France

January 23, 2013

Happy New Year!

It?s hard to believe that this month marks halfway through my exchange already! Since Christmas, the time has just been flying by so much faster. For a while, it seemed to be taking forever just to get through the week, but now it feels more like just a few days.
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Ktunaxa Nation Health Update

January 23, 2013

The bugs are winning! Influenza, colds & Norovirus (stomach flu) are thriving in our area.......but??

Flu Shots Are Still Available!
Contact Kathy or Myanne for an appointment at 250-489-4563 or 1-888-489-4563
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Letter to the Editor

January 23, 2013

FOR MY SON?.

I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate my oldest son Jared Cayenne on his first kill on September 8, 2012; a handsome 6x6 bull elk that he shot with the guidance of Lindsey Whitehead. Jared was introduced to Guiding and hunting through the Bladerunners program that was ran this last summer with Paradise Outfitters. I am so proud of you and all that you are becoming.?you are a man now.
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BC Government Shows Disdain by Designating Jumbo as Resort Municipality

December 04, 2012

The Ktunaxa Nation is deeply disappointed in the BC Government?s decision to provide the designation of resort municipality to Jumbo Glacier Resort.
?This once again shows the disdain demonstrated by the BC government towards our spiritual beliefs and the foundations of our culture,? said Kathryn Teneese, Ktunaxa Nation Chair. ?We have clearly and consistently indicated that if this resort is built, it will critically damage our religious rights and freedoms, as well as our aboriginal rights, all of which are recognized by the Canadian Constitution.? Read more

 

Ktunaxa Announce November 30th as Filing Date for Judicial Review of Jumbo Resort

December 04, 2012

The Ktunaxa Nation have announced Friday November 30th as the filing date of an application for judicial review of the approval of Jumbo Glacier Resort. The Ktunaxa Nation will submit their filing with the BC Supreme Court in Vancouver, where a contingent of Ktunaxa leadership will also make a public statement. In conjunction with the filing, a rally will take place in Cranbrook BC, where it is intended the court proceedings will ultimately be held. Read more

 

Qat?muk Management Plan Meetings Highlights Frustration with BC Government

December 04, 2012

The Qat?muk Management Plan meetings continue to proceed in each community, with a lot of good dialogue and discussion. Craig Paskin, of the Ktunaxa Lands & Resource Council has been facilitating the meetings, and although the future use of Qat?muk is the focus, he has been finding that the communities are also expressing extreme frustration at the whole process that the government has undertaken in the past. Read more

 

TransCanada Comes Through with Truck

December 4, 2012

Marion Eunson, the First Nation Liaison for the Mica Dam, has built many amazing partnership and relationships with industry over the years. Often these industry partners seek to support Ktunaxa individuals, families, communities, organizations and businesses in respect that they are conducting their operations within Ktunaxa Territory. Read more

 

Ktunaxa Nation Council Building is Becoming Home

December 4, 2012

The Ktunaxa Nation have officially started a new chapter as an organization. The Ktunaxa Nation Council took possession of the old Central School Building in Cranbrook British Columbia in early November, which triggered a massive move of the over 100 staff and all of the office equipment and technology needed.
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2012 Archaeology Forum at St. Eugene Golf Resort & Casino

December 4, 2012

The Ktunaxa Nation recently hosted the 2012 Archaeology Forum at St. Eugene Golf Resort & Casino. Attendees came from across southern British Columbia and Alberta, representing First Nations, universities, colleges and consulting companies.
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Partnership begins new relationship on First Nations? Health

December 4, 2012

First Nations in the B.C. Interior, the First Nations Health Council and the Interior Health Authority are celebrating the creation of a new relationship with the signing of the Interior Partnership Accord on Nov. 14, 2012.
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Constable Eldene Stanley Receives Jubilee

December 4, 2012

Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Southeast District
Queen=s Diamond Jubilee Medals Ceremony
Monday November 19, 2012
St. Eugenes Resort, Cranbrook BC
Presenter: Chief Superintendent Mike SEKELA
District Commander Southeast District
Recipient: Cst. Eldene Stanley
Cranbrook RCMP
Aboriginal Policing Unit
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Letter to the Editor

December 4, 2012

Update from Skyla Sam on her voyage to France

Salut!
My French life continues on!
The second chapter of my yearlong Rotary Youth Exchange here in France will commence within the next week as I move from my first host family onto the second.
My current host family, the Lasalle?s, have been so awesome to me and although it?s exciting to be moving to a new family and a new experience, I will miss them. They?ve been a great family to start my exchange with, and have taken me to many places including Paris for a weekend and a nearby castle.
I move back with them for my last month on exchange, and I?m sure it will be strange for them, and me, to find that I can actually speak French (Which I?m hoping is going to be happening by then.)
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December 4, 2012

My Weekend with Dr.Jane

Annalee Grant - She?s like the world?s beloved grandmother. When Dr. Jane Goodall arrived in Cranbrook she reduced many to glassy-eyed stares of admiration and gushing thank -yous.
I know all about Dr. Jane, but I must say I didn?t really know what to expect. I viewed her with the eyes of a journalist, watching her manerisms and facial expressions for colour in a story later on.
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KABDA Office New Location

December 04, 2012

KABDA has joined the many Ktunaxa Nation government and service offices to its new location. We can now be found at 220 Cranbrook St. N. We maintain our phone numbers of 250 426 0595, toll free 1 888 426 0595, fax 250 426 0802. www.kabda.org Read more


Nupqu Manager Norm Fraser Moves On

December 04, 2012

How quickly 9 years go by..


My first exposure to kkdc was supervising a cone picking crew as a part of my duties for CFI in sparwood. A few weeks later in early 2003 I recall Lloyd Havens taking me aside and telling me about an opportunity with KKDC. At that time the nation was negotiating the community forest license for the dominion coal blocks and there was uncertainty in my contract position. I was excited at that time for new challenges and opportunities. I really had no idea of what I was in for but can say I have no regrets. Read more

 

2012 British Columbia Archaeology Forum

October 04, 2012

The Ktunaxa Nation is hosting the BC Archaeology forum on October 26-28 at the St. Eugene Golf Resort and Casino. Attendees from across the province will have the opportunity to share with others, and learn best practices and solutions in Archaeology. The forum will feature papers presented by participants, gourmet lunch & supper, entertainment including a Ktunaxa drum group, dance group, and live music, and tour of a quarry.
The cost per person is $25.00 Read more

 

Governments, Non-Profits, Business Join Forces In $10 Million Project To Conserve the Flathead

October 04, 2012

The Nature Conservancy of Canada (?NCC?) and The Nature Conservancy (?TNC?) today announced that, through a collaboration of public and private partners, more than $10 million has been raised to help remove the biggest ecological threat to British Columbia's Flathead River Valley ? a spectacular wilderness area that straddles the Canada-U.S. border. Read more

 

Lot 48 Preserved for Future Generation of Ktunaxa

October 04, 2012

The culturally significant East Side of Columbia Lake has been preserved for future generations to enjoy in its natural state. Through a partnership lead by the Nature Conservancy of Canada, which included the Ktunaxa Nation, the property was finally purchased with a budget of $7.2 million. Read more

 

IMBA Update

October 4, 2012

Sept 2012-IMBA negotiations for the Teck?s Line Creek Mine expansion continue. The environmental assessment for the Line Creek Mine expansion is in a ?time out? because Teck is trying to find other ways to deal with water quality impacts. Read more

 

Increasing the Aboriginal Health Care Workforce

October 4, 2012

Building capacity within the Aboriginal community to serve the health needs of the Ktunaxa Nation and all Aboriginal people of the East Kootenay region is one of the main goals of the Aboriginal Health Human Resources Initiative (AHHRI). This project is a collaboration between the Ktunaxa Nation Social Investment Sector and College of the Rockies.
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Letter to the Editor

October 4, 2012

Being Prepared to see your child off to post secondary school
Chad Luke

Kisuk Kyukyit
I would like to share my feelings on how it was for me to see my son heading off to college this past fall. Trina and I had planned to see our son Colton heading off to college in the fall of 2011, but with education dollars being tight he had to wait a year. I think having to wait a year was a good thing because it taught him a few more life lessons and more responsibilities as a young man. I?m not saying to wait a year before you see your child off to college, it may be different for everyone. It just so happens that the year off of academics made him realize a few new things in life. I think the creator wanted to help Trina and I prepare him a little more for the bigger world beyond the Rez boarders.
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2012 ? 2013 Lil? Miss & Miss Kootenai

October 04, 2012

Raven Fisher-Feltham & Shadaiah Fisher-Feltham. Raven is 11 years old, and will be entering the 7th grade at Parkland Middle School in Cranbrook, British Columbia. She was name the best female athlete at her school this past year, and carries an ?A? average. Read more

 

The Importance Of Good Nutrition For Infants & Children

October 4, 2012

Ktunaxa Nation Health
Healthy eating & physical activity help children grow, learn & build strong bones & muscles, as well as a keen mind. As a parent or caregiver, you have a great opportunity to be a role model of positive behaviours & a healthy lifestyle. Read more

 

Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Medal presentation, for Chief Jason Louie

October 4, 2012

On Sunday, Aug 26th at 1pm, Chief Jason was presented with the Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee medal. The medal was presented to Jason for his service to Canada in the Canadian Army. Serving Member Lieutenant Jason Louie- 49th Field Engineering Squadron Trail, BC- Service to Veterans- Regional Officer, British Columbia Aboriginal Veterans and Serving Members Association.
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Eva Joseph Facility

October 4, 2012

On August 7th, Akisqnuk First Nation, Akisqnuknik Development Corporation, the College of the Rockies, and the Home Renovation Centre, celebrated the ?Legacy Project,? a $205,000 partnership that will enrol eight to twelve First Nations students in the College of the Rockies? Introduction to Carpentry Continuing Education Program. Read more

 

St. Mary?s New Education Centre

October 4, 2012

The community of ?aq?am celebrated the opening of the new ?aq?amnik Education Centre. The state-of-the-art facility will accommodate 100 students from Kindergarten to Grade 7, doubling the capacity of the old school. It will include six classrooms, a multi-purpose room that will serve as library and music room, a First Aid room, as well as staff rooms and a kitchen. It will also feature a biofuel district heating system that burns wood chips - the first of its kind in the area. Read more

Trade Your Treasures Consignment

October 4, 2012

Ki?suk Kyukyit
Owner/Operator: Chris & Deanna Johnson

We would like to invite you to our newly opened consignment store that specializes in children?s, women?s and men?s clothing store that was made possible with a grant from ?aqam?s Economic Development funding program. Our store hours are from Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00am ? 5:00pm. Read more

 

Waneta Expansion Update

October 4, 2012

Ktunaxa members recently participated in a 5-day construction career exploration opportunity at the Waneta Expansion Project, near Trail, BC.

Under the watchful eye and guidance from Joe Stagliano, ASL-JV Construction Project Manager the participants completed the full day project safety orientation training before heading on-site. The week will include three days within the Carpenter's Shop (partially seen in photo background) and a full day at the powerhouse. More photos and details will be available in the next issue. Read more

 

Rotary Youth Exchange France

October 4, 2012

It?s been more than a week since I arrived here in France for my year long Rotary Youth Exchange.? In just one week, I?ve eaten about 150 lbs of bread survived my first day of French school?Joined an amazing family, and made friends that I feel that I?ve known for much longer than I actually have.


My French has already improved greatly and it continues to do so each day as I learn more and more with the help of each new person I meet.? Read more

 

Ktunaxa Nation Purchase Central School Building

August 21, 2012

The Ktunaxa Nation Council today announce that they have purchased the old Central School Building in Cranbrook British Columbia. The Central School Building will become an office for the Ktunaxa Nation Council (KNC), and house up to 150 staff members between the KNC other affiliated organizations.

?We have been looking for a space that could accommodate our growing organization and its many staff members,? said Kathryn Teneese, Ktunaxa Nation Chair.

?Currently we have many dispersed offices, in a variety of locations, and this will allow us to consolidate and centralize services, which will promote resource efficiencies, improve communications, and allow better support across all the sectors which make up the Ktunaxa Nation Council.? read more

 

Ktunaxa to Submit Application for Judicial Review of Jumbo Resort Approval

July 24, 2012

Today the Ktunaxa Nation announce their formal decision to apply for Judicial Review of the BC Government's recent approval of the Jumbo Glacier Resort.

The resort would be built in the heart of what the Ktunaxa call Qat?muk (GOT MOOK), which is located an hour west of Invermere.

The home of Grizzly Bear Spirit, Qat?muk is vital to both Ktunaxa culture and the region?s environment. The BC Government?s approval of the resort in the heart of Qat?muk represents a desecration of a principal Ktunaxa sacred site, the potential undoing of Ktunaxa traditional spiritual and religious practices, and consequently a significant and unjustifiable violation of Ktunaxa constitutional rights. read more

 

Teck Line Creek Mine Expansion ? IMBA Update

July 13, 2012

The Ktunaxa Nation is deeply disappointed in the news that the Provincial Government has approved Jumbo Glacier Resort in Qat?muk. Qat?muk (GOT-MOOK) is home of the Grizzly Bear Spirit and a profoundly sacred area for the Ktunaxa.

?We offered a great deal of evidence to the decision makers on the cultural value of this area to Ktunaxa? said Kathryn Teneese, Ktunaxa Nation Chair.

?We made it very clear that any development in this area would cause serious and irreversible harm to the Ktunaxa Nation, to our culture, to grizzly bears and to many other wildlife and environmental values.?

?Ktunaxa will exercise our responsibility to protect the sacred, cultural and other values of Qat'muk in the most effective ways possible.? read more

 

Sophie Pierre Receives Honourary Degree from UBC

July 13, 2012

Sophie Pierre, former Chief of Aqam, and current Chief Commision of the BC Treaty Council, was given an hounourary degree from UBC, along-side former Canadian prime ministers Joe Clark and Paul Martin and iconic singer-songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie. Others who will received degrees at the Vancouver campus of the University of British Columbia include a philanthropist for Buddhism studies, a globe-trotting husband-and-wife ethnobotanist team and a beloved symphony conductor. read more

 

2nd Annual Columbia Salmon Festival September 28th - 30th

July 13, 2012

Following last year?s great success, the 2nd annual Columbia Salmon Festival will be taking place September 28th ? September 30th, 2012, again in the Columbia Valley. This festival will take place at the height of the salmon run - when the river runs a spectacular bright red with spawning fish. The festival happens the same week as BC Rivers Day. read more

 

Community Qat?muk Meetings

March 20, 2012

Over the last three months there has been a Qat'muk Update Meeting held in each community recapping the events over the last 20 years leading up to the disappointing announcement by the Provincial Government on March 20, 2012. The decision to approve the resort was made despite the mountain of evidence provided by Ktunaxa as to the area's sacredness to Ktunaxa.

The Ktunaxa Nation have been opposed to the Jumbo Glacier Resort since it was first proposed in 1991. The opposition was based principally on the spiritual importance of the Qat?muk area for Ktunaxa people, but it also derives from our concerns for the protection of wildlife populations (particularly grizzly bears), biodiversity and water quality. read more

 

Nupqu Development Corporation Starts New Venture

July 13, 2012

Nupqu Development Corporation is expanding their services once again, as they have now entered into a partnership with Highland Powerlines of Kamloops, BC. The new venture called Nupqu Powerline Services will be the only First Nations owned powerline maintenance and construction company in Southeastern BC. The primary services offered will be powerline design, line construction and line maintenance.

?Nupqu Development Corporation continues to explore business opportunities in pursuit of its vision of being a contributor to a thriving Ktunaxa Nation economy,? said Bob Luke, Board of Directors Chair of Nupqu Development Corporation. ?We look forward to growing this new business with our current corporate partners and to developing employment opportunities for Ktunaxa citizens.? read more

 

 

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