Investing with Lytton  First Nation

 Print

Overview

Region:  Thompson/Okanagan

Nation:  Nlaka'pamux

Lytton First Nation is located on 14,161 acres of land divided into 56 reserves. The reserves are located at the site of the Indian Village of Kumsheen, meaning, “where the Rivers Cross”. Commissioner O’Reilly allotted the reserves on August 24, 1881.

Geographically located along the Trans-Canada Highway, between the towns of Hope and Cache Creek, the Lytton First Nation reserves are scattered along a 100-kilometer radius on both sides of the Fraser River.land_bridge.jpg

The Lytton First Nation is rich in natural resources. Water availability is perhaps one of the most significant natural resources available to the Nation. The Stein River water system meets the water needs of a large proportion of community members while other community wells provide water to other members. Natural spring waters are available in various areas.

Various minerals, including gold, jade, copper and others, can still be found within the Lytton First Nation traditional territory.

The area is inhabited by numerous species of wildlife, plants, medicines and natural foods. The natural diet of Lytton First Nation members includes deer, moose, salmon, trout, bears, sheep, wild potatoes, wild celery, pine mushrooms, various other mushroom species, numerous seeds, and an abundance of berries.

http://www.lyttonfirstnations.ca

Map

Latitude: 50° 15' 29".419 N
Longitude: 121° 35' 45".682 S

The BC Economic Atlas provides an intuitive way to gain a better understanding of B.C.’s vibrant economy and diverse communities by making information available from thousands of data sources through the use of interactive maps. This information can be used for opportunity identification and business case analysis by site selectors and corporate investors.

Statistics Navigator

View facts and figures about Lytton  First Nation, BC to help inform your investment research. Click the title to expand and display the statistics.

NOTE: Driving distances are measured using the road/ferry network starting with a key point in a community (e.g main office address).

 

Demographics

Leading Employers

Payroll Costs

Research & Education

Transportation & Logistics

Utilities

Quality of Life

Government

Communities Nearby

 
Recent opportunities in the area

For sale: up to 5600sq ft of commercial space - built to suit

2203 Dartmouth Dr, Penticton, BC
Business Centre expansion - 2 x 1277sq ft units available for purchase as a strata property.@Under construction now with an expected completion date of July 2018. Great access and customer parking. Units can be combined to create up to 5600sq ft including mezzanine. Square foot price of $250, which ... continue

Take Two Dinner and a Movie is a business for sale in BC.

Take Two Dinner and a Movie

2037 Shuswap |Ave, Lumby, BC
Busy pizza business with video store, candy @ ice cream. Super location, downtown Lumby, close to schools, recreation @ shops. Well known for fantastic pizzas, wraps, Quesadillas @ much more. School children come in daily for their lunch @ the Slushies, ice cream @ snacks. Tables set up for a quick ... continue

North Kelowna Crossing is a commercial real estate opportunity in BC.

C - North Kelowna Crossing

175 Old Vernon Rd, Kelowna, BC, V1X 4R3
50,000 sq ft retail commercial development at the corner of Old Vernon Road & Rutland Road. Kelowna Overview: The city of Kelowna, is the third largest metropolitan area in BC with a population of 132,000 people. The city has one of the most rapid population growths in Canada with an estimated incre... continue

Success Stories

View all Success Stories
 
Aboriginal Business and Investment Council finalized

https://news.gov.bc.ca/stories/aboriginal-business-and-investment-council-finalized   VICTORIA - As the province attracts increased investment opportunities, the new Aboriginal Business and Investment Council is ready to help move projects forward that create jobs for families across... continue

 
 
A golden opportunity for the Stk’emlupsemc te Sewepemc Nation

Successful partnerships can strengthen communities, companies and regions. That’s certainly the case for the Stk’emlupsemc te Sewepemc Nation (SSN), which represents two member bands of the Secwepemc Nation that joined forces to pursue economic development opportunities in B.C.&rsquo... continue