Our culture is not just from a thousand years ago. We’ve built on our traditional principles of hard work and living off the land, and we’ve evolved and adapted into the business culture that you see today.

Businesses thrive here because of our location, the richness of our land, and because we want to do business with the world. This is how we strengthen our future by protecting our past.


Chief Clarence Louie: A Legacy of Leadership and Progress with the Osoyoos Indian Band

Chief Louie believes that job creation and increasing business revenue in a responsible manner will bring back what he describes as, "our First Nation working culture, the self-supporting lifestyle of our ancestors."


10 Indigenous Experiences in the South Okanagan

Indigenous-owned winery continues to win accolades for its stellar South Okanagan wines.

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