The Kanaka Bar Indian Band has partnered with Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Okanagan College, Foresight Canada, and Seko Construction on a pilot project to provide climate-resilient housing options to those who lost their homes in the Lytton, BC wildfire. The project will focus on sustainable new build and retrofitting solution for Kanaka Bar Indian Band members as well as those in the Lytton region and across Canada. SAIT will lead a team of members from Okanagan, Foresight, and Seko as they create options for rebuilding in the Lytton region with a vision of building more resilient structures. “This will impact all Canadians, especially for our hardest hit neighbours in British Columbia, through public sharing of the processes and innovations used in the project,” said SAIT Interim Vice President Corporate Development, Applied Research and International Mark Butler. Castanet| Penticton Western News Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.