Full list of CCP Workshop 2012 documents
This handbook is a result of a series of Community Engagement Gatherings in 2011/2012. These gatherings were designed to allow members of Toquaht Nation to voice theri opinions and indeas about community planning and land use.
The Council of Saik’uz First Nation wishes to be strategic in their approach to the future well being of their community. They engaged the services of R. Radloff and Associates and the Local Government Leadership Institute to facilitate a strategic planning process.
The Musqueam Community Engagement Project contains examples of a Planning Timeline, Governance Poster, Governance Newsletter, Aboriginal Day Survey, and a Governance Community Survey Report.
For thousands of years we, the Ktunaxa, have persevered, overcome many adversities and always managed to survive. We did this because of our strong sense of unity, our connection to the Creator and our connection to our land. It has also been through our culture, language and spirituality that we have evolved over time.
Broadband connectivity is being introduced to many BC First Nations, and along with the opportunities this provides to communities for improved education, health care, and social and economic development comes the challenge of managing this technology.
Purpose of the Land Use Plan
To describe the community's vision for the forests and wilderness...
The Land Use Plan describes the community's vision for the future of the forests and wilderness of the traditional territory.
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The First Mile project celebrates locally owned and managed First Nations Information and Communications Technologies (ICT). One way it does this is through this an online meeting space -- a place for communities to learn and share ideas about technology development.