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The Lytton First Nation government is composed of one Chief and twelve Councilors. Community members residing on and off reserve elect political leaders every 2 years. As a cultural practice, the elected government relies on advice provided by community Elders in most significant issues.
The Lytton First Nation government conducts its businesses in accordance with a Model of Governance that clearly separates the responsibilities of elected government representatives and those of the Band Administration.
The Lytton First Nation is currently affiliated to the Nlaka'pamux Nation Tribal Council. The Tribal association does not provide direct services as the Lytton First Nation administers all the services to the membership.
Portfolio: Education, Restorative Justice
Portfolio: HR - Personnel Committee, Housing, Restorative Justice, Emergency Preparedness
Portfolio: Indian Registry, O&M, Housing, Emergency Preparedness
Portfolio: Indian Registry, Traditional Wellness
Portfolio: Economic Development, O&M, HR - Personnel Committee, Health, Emergency Prepardeness
Portfolio: Lands, Social Development, Health
Portfolio: Economic Development, Lands, Information & Knowledge
Portfolio: HR - Personnel Committee