Request For Proposals

THE KTUNAXA NATION COUNCIL INVITES PROPOSALS for purchasing of Surplus Used Farm Equipment (AS IS)

Attendance at the Bidders Meeting is not mandatory and is to provide information only.


SUBMIT YOUR BID TO:     Ktunaxa Nation Council

Attention: Don Maki

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Interested In Pursuing Work in the Agricultural Industry?

[mappress mapid=”3″]Planning for an agriculture-based BladeRunners program is underway in Creston.

Programming will include both classroom and field training, as well as connections with local employers in the industry for employment opportunities.

Anyone interested in pursuing training and employment within this field is encouraged to contact Skye MacKenzie at smackenzie@ktunaxa.org or 250-489-2464 ext. 3138 for more information.

Mary Richardson Memorial Service


Mary Richardson
Memorial Service
April 25, 2014 – 11:00 am
Christ the Servant Church
1100 14th Ave S, Cranbrook BC

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Mary Richardson, beloved wife of Clay Richardson of Cranbrook, BC on March 29, 2014 at Foothills Medical Centre in Calgary.  Mary was born in Lent, Holland on May 2, 1952. She immigrated to Canada in 1956 and resided in Lethbridge, AB until 1988 before moving with her family to Cranbrook. Mary dedicated her life to her family as a loving wife, mother and grandmother. Besides her loving husband Clay, Mary is survived by two daughters, Erin (Ryan) Bernier and Sandra Richardson and three grandsons, Tobias Solorzano, Isaiah Richardson-Langa and Mylo Bernier of Calgary. She is also survived by two brothers, Frank (Geri) Vanden Heuvel and Leo (Sharon) Vanden Heuvel of Lethbridge, as well as many nephews, nieces and relatives in Holland.

Over the last 12 years Mary has been a Pastoral Care worker for the Catholic Diocese of Nelson working in Native Ministry. Her greatest love was working with the Ktunaxa and Shuswap nations, where she made countless friends. The support she received from the nations in her work was her greatest blessing.

A memorial service will be held Friday, April 25 at 11:00 AM at Christ the Servant Parish in Cranbrook, followed by a memorial feast at the Ktunaxa Nation Government Building located at[mappress mapid=”2″].

Ktunaxa Nation Vows To Continue Fight To Protect Qat’muk

Qatmuk Decision

Welcome to the new Ktunaxa.org

You may have noticed something slightly different when you logged onto our website this morning! We’ve made the change over to our new WordPress-based site. With the new change, we’ll be able to bring you news and information much faster than ever before.

The site is still a work in progress, so if you see any errors or mistakes, please email news@ktunaxa.org and we’ll get to it right away.

Jesse Nicholas
Communication Manager
Ktunaxa Nation Council