Lower Nicola

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Lower Nicola is a rural community in the Nicola Country region of the Southern Interior of British Columbia. It is located at the confluence of Guichon Creek and the Nicola River.[1] The locality of Shulus is immediately adjacent to the southeast and is the headquarters of the Lower Nicola First Nation.[2] Nicola Mameet 1, normally called Nicola Mameet Indian Reserve No. 1 is immediately adjacent.[3] and is under the administration of the Lower Nicola First Nation.[4]

Lower Nicola is located on BC Highway 8.

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Coordinates: 50°09′00″N 120°52′59″W / 50.150°N 120.883°W / 50.150; -120.883