First Nation Business Development Agrologists are available to assist you in your agriculture endeavors.
This document is an overview of economic development in the Lake Babine Nation. It outlines community values for economic development, past and present economic trends, characteristics of the Lake Babine communities, and community member preferences regarding economic development projects.
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.
Recent winner of the 2012 Northern British Columbia Business and Technology Awards Show in the categories of Aboriginal Business and Export Award.
The information provided on this form will be used by CFDC of CIFN to include the artist in an Aboriginal Artisan Catalogue as well as help the artist prepare a professional portfolio for use in the BC Aboriginal Market Place website and face book blog. The catalogue will include information about the artisan, his or her background, and art experience.
For 37 years, we have been providing relevant, impactful leadership development programs. We have created a legacy of strong community of leaders who have taken their knowledge and skills back to their communities or organizations to lead change and achieve results.
FNAA believes that agriculture is the cornerstone of economic development for all nations.
FNAA assists in the start-up promotion and sustainability of Aboriginal agri-businesses in British Columbia by:
First Nations Wildcrafters, BC is unique in the wild harvested foods sector. We were the first wild harvested products business in BC to implement a quality assurance program from the point of harvest in the forest to delivery to our customers.
The First Nations Leadership Council and APF Canada are jointly launching “First Nations & China: Transforming Relationships”. The strategy is aimed at cultivating stronger relations with China and responding to growing commercial interest from Asia to British Columbia’s natural resources sector, the respective traditional territories of First Nations.
In support of its mandate and responsibilities, Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) provides funding for programs, services and initiatives to First Nation, Inuit and Northern communities, government and individuals as well as to Aboriginal and Métis organizations.