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Cowichan First Nation

We are integral part of the Cowichan Valley and signed a Bridge Building Protocol Agreement in 2003 with leaders of the City of Duncan, the District of North Cowichan, and the Cowichan Valley Regional District.

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We are integral part of the Cowichan Valley. We are one of the largest employers in the region and we invest significant dollars here.

Closer and closer ties with our neighbouring governments are being forged everyday as there is growing recognition that there is more to be gained by working together collectively than pursuing separate paths. This was formally recognized by the signing of a Bridge Building Protocol Agreement in 2003 with leaders of the City of Duncan, the District of North Cowichan, and the Cowichan Valley Regional District. Since then we are working together on a variety of initiatives. Through our economic development agency, Khowutzun Development Corporation (KDC), we are a local service provider in a variety of manufacturing, construction, hospitality, and tourism services.

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