Synonyms for mawt_tribal_council or Related words with mawt_tribal_council

nation_naut_sa              lyackson              halalt              pauquachin              ehattesaht              tsawout              kwikwetlem              nation_sto_lo              uchucklesaht              skowkale              tzeachten              tsartlip              kitasoo              homalco              squiala              nuchatlaht              halqemeylem_sto_lo              tseycum              xaixais              katzie              skwah              popkum              klahoose              coast_salish_peoples              tsleil_waututh              shishalh              oweekeno              skway              da_naxda_xw              chemainus              yakweakwioose              nanoose              songhees              pacheedaht              sliammon              soowahlie              hwlitsum              tsawataineuk              chawathil              skawahlook              awaetlatla              apilt              aitchelitz              enuxw              toquaht              koskimo              qayqayt              biinjitiwabik              wet_suwet_en              ómoks             



Examples of "mawt_tribal_council"
The Tsawwassen First Nation is a member government of the Naut'sa mawt Tribal Council.
The Homalco First Nation is a member government of the Naut'sa mawt Tribal Council.
The Klahoose First Nation is a member government of the Naut'sa mawt Tribal Council (NmTC).
The Malahat First Nation is a member government of the Naut'sa mawt Tribal Council.
The Nanoose First Nation is a member government of the Naut'sa mawt Tribal Council.
NmTC publishes an online newspaper, "Klahowya - the voice of the member nations of the Naut'sa mawt Tribal Council."
The Sliammon First Nation is a member government of the Naut'sa mawt Tribal Council. Their offices are located in the town of Powell River.
At the regional level, the T'Sou-ke Nation is represented by the Naut'sa mawt Tribal Council, where Chief Planes currently serves as secretary.
The Halalt First Nation is a member government of the Naut'sa Mawt Tribal Council, and affiliated with the Hul’qumi’num Treaty Group
The Tsleil-waututh Nation is a member government of the Naut'sa mawt Tribal Council, which includes other governments on the upper Sunshine Coast, southeastern Vancouver Island and the Tsawwassen band on the other side of the Vancouver metropolis from the Tsleil-waututh. Numbering about 500 people, the Tsleil-Waututh consider themselves among the most progressive First Nations in British Columbia.
Naut’sa mawt Tribal Council is a First Nations Tribal Council located in British Columbia, Canada, with offices in Tsawwassen and Nanaimo. NmTC advises and assists its 11-member Nations in the areas of Community Planning, Economic Development, Financial Management, Governance and Technical Services (which includes community infrastructure, capital projects, housing development and inspections, water quality and emergency preparedness.) NmTC is also actively involved in fostering dialogue and understanding between its members and their neighbouring communities.
The Songhees or Songish, also known as the Lekwungen or Lekungen, are an indigenous North American Coast Salish people who reside on southeastern Vancouver Island, British Columbia in the Greater Victoria area. Their government is the Songhees First Nation, a member of the Te'mexw Treaty Association and the Naut'sa Mawt Tribal Council. Their traditional language is Lekwungen, a dialect of the North Straits Salish language.
The Stz'uminus First Nation (formerly known as the Chemainus Indian Band and Chemainus First Nation) is a First Nations government located in southeastern Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, near the town of Ladysmith, British Columbia. The Stz'uminus First Nation is a member government of the Naut'sa mawt Tribal Council. In early 2009, chief and council unanimously passed a band council resolution to officially change the name from Chemainus to Stz'uminus in order to reflect its original Hul'qumi'num language name.