From October 5-7, 2010, more than 120 people representing 65
First Nations, 10 supporting organizations, and 5 government
departments, came together to share their ideas, enthusiasm and
energy for Comprehensive Community Planning (CCP).
Working Successfully with Consultants - Presentation by Larissa Grant
Writing Successful Proposals Dianne Buchan INAC Workshop Oct 2010 Document
Monitoring and Evaluating to Ensure Success - A Power Point Presentation by Judith Sayers.
Integration of Ecology /culture into Comprehensive Community Plans
South Okanagan Similkameen – uniqueness
Ecommunity Place (what we are doing here)
Why should we include ecology into Community Plans?
Who should include it?
What do we include?
Hiring a Consultant - a Power Point Presentation by Wes Shennan.
Assumption - that we are starting at post-funding when we say “Getting Started”.
- The Nation has already established the overall goal – completing a CCP – and has already allocated staff time (including a CCP CHAMPION), established timeline, a budget, a CCP Committee and so forth.
Strong, healthy citizens and communities, speaking our languages and celebrating who we are and our history in our ancestral homelands, working together, managing our lands and resources as a self-sufficient, self-governing Nation.
Day One: Tuesday, October 5th, 2010
5:30-8:00 Welcome and Dinner
Comprehensive Community Planning (CCP) Workshop
Quw’utsun’ Cultural and Conference Centre, Duncan, BC
October 5th-7th, 2010