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Welcome to the new Lytton  First Nation Website.

You can select option on left side to access information about programs and services.

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.

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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.


Chief's Message: 
 
Have a great summer everyone!
 
All the best in the planting/harvesting
& preserving season, hopefully we can get some hooshum,
huckleberries, berries & fish.
 
SVNS will soon be back in session.
 
Best wishes to all the students returning to school this year, learning is a lifelong journey, unleash your potential-you are the future leaders!
 
Take care of yourself and each other.

Transfer_in_Requirements.pdf

Lytton First Nation Press Release today "United to Stop the Compost Pipeline: Honouring the Botanie Valley", check out facts about Revolution Ranch Organic and its owner Ralph McRae as reported in the Vancouver Sun. We will not be bullied!

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LFN Audits

705 Lytton First Nation - Consolidated Financial Statements March 31, 20....pdf

705 Lytton First Nation - Financial Statements - March 31, 2016.pdf

PILOT PROJECT $50/TICKET - LFN Members

Tiny House Raffle Pilot Project.pdf

NEW UPDATES:

- Membership- Transfer in Requirements

- New Status Card Days

- Membership: Parental Consent Form 

Chief & Council Swearing In Ceremony .pdf