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Leq’á:mel First Nation

Leq’á:mel First Nation (LFN), formerly known as Lakahahmen First Nation, is located 22 kilometres east of Mission, BC. LFN is a signatory to the Sto:lo Nation and partnerships include Advocates of Nicomen Ecological Watershed (ANEW) and the Fraser River Scientific Development and Selective Harvest Partnership (FRSD&SHP)

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Leq’á:mel First Nation (LFN), formerly known as Lakahahmen First Nation, is located 22 kilometres east of Mission. LFN is a signatory to the Sto:lo Nation with approximately 420 members, and is governed by Chief and Council through Custom Election Code.

LFN is involved in many partnerships such as, the Advocates of Nicomen Ecological Watershed (ANEW) and the Fraser River Scientific Development and Selective Harvest Partnership (FRSD&SHP). LFN is also one of the many voices speaking against the Sumas Energy 2 (SE2). LFN believes that all of us must create an understanding of the environment and join as one in order to defeat the problems that we face today with pollution in our environment.

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