- Nicola Tribal AssociationThe total membership of the Nicola Tribal Association (NTA) communities is currently 2,555 members. The seven communities that make up the NTA are situated within a 115 km radius of the city of Merritt. They are located in the Nicola Valley, along the Thompson River and in the Fraser Canyon. The communities of the NTA are: Coldwater Indian Band; Cook’s Ferry Indian Band; Nicomen Indian Band; Nooaitch Indian Band; Shackan Indian Band; Siska Indian Band; and Upper Nicola Indian Band.
- Nlaka'pamux Nation Tribal CouncilWe, the Nlaka’pamux Nation Tribal Council are dedicated to protect, assert and exercise our aboriginal rights that will bring about self-sufficiency and well being of our people. This will be accomplished by encouraging and supporting community development which maximizes and enhances our people, culture and resources.
- Esh-kn-am Cultural Resources Management ServicesEsh-kn-am is a Land and Cultural Resources Management Dept. of Esh-kn-am Investments Joint Venture, an organization owned by three Nlaka'pamux First Nation Bands: Coldwater, Cook's Ferry and Siska.
- Nlaka’pamux Legacy TrustEight communities of the Nlaka’pamux Nation (Ashcroft Indian Band, Boston Bar First Nation, Coldwater Indian Band, Cook’s Ferry Indian Band, Nicomen Indian Band, Nooaitch Indian Band, Shackan Indian Band and Siska Indian Band) reached an agreement with Teck Highland Valley Copper Partnership (“Teck”) and the Province of British Columbia (“Province”) over compensation for an expansion of the existing mine located outside of Logan Lake.