The economy has been built on farming, forestry, the railways and tourism, and more and more artists are calling Lytton home, drawn by the epic natural beauty and supportive environment.

As of 2016, the village residents numbered 249 with just under 2000 indigenous residences in the surrounding area from the six Nlaka’pamux communities of Lytton First Nation, Skuppah First Nation, Nicomen First Nation, Siska First Nation, and Kanaka Bar Indian Band. This close proximity and daily interweaving of an indigenous and non-indigenous population means that the region’s cultural fabric is rich in First Nations traditions and celebrations.

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