Ktunaxa Nation: Building from their Vision

National Centre for First Nations Governance

This video, produced by the National Centre for First Nations Governance, offers a history behind the vision or mission statement of the Ktunaxa Nation in British Columbia.

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"Ktunaxa Nation: Building from their Vision." Ktunaxa Nation. Bear Image Productions. National Centre for First Nations Governance. British Columbia, Canada. 2011. Film. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DTZhlZsZMpU&feature=plcp, accessed August 1, 2023).

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