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Celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day with collaboration and community

On Friday, June 21, Shulus Arbour was alive with the vibrant spirit of our community as we celebrated Indigenous Peoples Day. View the gallery and read a recap today.

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Celebrating Youth Resiliency: A Recap of the First Ever Conference

On May 15, Shulus Arbour was filled with energy, laughter, and a palpable sense of empowerment as the first ever Youth Resiliency Conference unfolded. A collaborative effort between the Citxw Nlaka'pamux Assembly (CNA), Lower Nicola Indian Band (LNIB), and Teck Highland Valley Copper, this groundbreaking event aimed to nurture and celebrate the strength and potential of our youth. Over 100 students from area schools gathered to partake in a day filled with resources, connections, games, and...

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Discovery and Naming of New Moth Species Found During Biodiversity Study Celebrated by Citxw Nlaka'pamux Assembly and K'en T'em

K’en T’em Limited Partnership and the Citxw Nlaka’pamux Assembly (CNA) are thrilled to share the discovery and naming of a new species of moth in the tridentaforma genus.

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Employment and Education Fair 2024 a resounding success

Career Fair photo gallery by Communications The 2024 Employment & Education Fair hosted by the Citxw Nlaka'pamux Assembly (CNA) was well attended by CNA members, employers, organizations, and community members. Held this year at the Merritt Civic Centre, the event aims to provide connections to both CNA members and the broader community. Linda Davidson, Employment and Training Manager at CNA, expressed her delight at the success of the fair. "The 2024 Employment &...

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Nicole Johnny selected as new Executive Director for Citxw Nlaka'pamux Assembly

We are thrilled to announce that after an extensive search process, the Citxw Nlaka'pamux Assembly (CNA) has appointed a new Executive Director to lead our organization into a bright future.

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CNA partners with TELUS and CIBC to support educational and career aspirations

Today, Citxw Nlaka’pamux Assembly (CNA) celebrates a $100,000 donation from TELUS and CIBC to provide tablets and laptops to CNA community members’ households in need of a device to connect to the virtual world – equipping them to reap the full benefits of the TELUS high-speed internet connecting their communities.

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Citxw Nlaka'pamux Assembly seeks community stories to commemorate 10 years

As a part of its 10th anniversary celebrations in 2023, the Citxw Nlaka'pamux Assembly released a timeline of the past decade, including major milestones, key moments of growth, and a short history of the work being done to protect and advance nłeʔképmx Rights, Title, Values, and Interests. To expand the timeline and include additional input from our community members, we are asking you to share your favourite or most treasured memory of the CNA with us - whether that be of a specific event,...

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Citxw Nlaka'pamux Assembly announces rebranding featuring logo made by member

CITXW NLAKA’PAMUX ASSEMBLY ANNOUNCES REBRANDING FEATURING LOGO MADE BY MEMBER   FOR RELEASE ON DECEMBER 1, 2023 y̓é tək síƛq̓ t (ye-ah tik sheetl-qt) - good day! The Citxw Nlaka’pamux Assembly is thrilled to announce our new branding, centred around a striking new logo created by an nłeʔképmx artist and Citxw Nlaka’pamux Assembly member.  The logo design, created by member, Mike Hill, and inspired by Indigenous rock paintings, features a captivating...

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