K’ómoks First Nation Leadership Team

Nicole RempelChief Councillor, K'ómoks First Nation
Hegus (Chief) Nicole Rempel is a member of the K’ómoks First Nation and was re-elected January 6th 2019 to serve another two year term on K’ómoks Council. As a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan’s Indigenous Peoples Resource Management program as well as being a Certified Lands Manager Canada wide, she brings with her a wealth of knowledge in the area of Lands and Resources as well as Communications. Nicole developed the Land Code for K’ómoks, which has since become a precedent setting Land Code in the Court system of Canada.
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Katherine FrankCouncillor, K'ómoks First Nation
Katherine Frank (Kat) was born and raised in K’ómoks where she continues to raise her two boys, Norman (14) and Jordy (10). Katherine’s mother is Valerie and her roots come from the ‘Namgis (Alert Bay), Tsawataineuk (Kingcome Inlet) and Gwa-Yas-Dums (Gilford Island). Kat’s father is Hereditary Chief Kerry Frank and his Chieftainships are with the K’ómoks and Pentlatch. Kerry’s ancestry comes from Tsawataineuk (Kingcome), England and Wales.
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Richard HardyCouncillor, K'ómoks First Nation
Councillor Richard Hardy (Namugwis) is a proud member of the K’ómoks First Nation (KFN) and is the eldest son of Stewart and Shannon Hardy and a husband to Carol Hardy and a father to Bobby Stew Hardy.
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Charlene Everson
Charlene EversonCouncillor, K'ómoks First Nation
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Administration Team

Jenny is the Acting Band Administrator and supports other Band related projects.

Jenny Millar, Acting Band Administrator, K'ómoks First Nation

Greg is a member of the K’ómoks First Nation and oversees the maintenance team for our Nation.

Greg Frank, Maintenance Manager, K'ómoks First Nation

Bonnie is a proud K’ómoks First Nation member. She loves connecting with K’ómoks members, clients and the public on a daily basis.

Bonnie Frank, Reception, Kómoks First Nation

Career Opportunities

We look to hire qualifying K’ómoks Members first. 

We follow the hiring protocol that makes K’ómoks positions available to K’ómoks Members first for two weeks, then Indigenous applicants for two weeks, followed by the general public. See individual posts for the status of a position.

We currently have no job openings





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