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 Sechelt Indian Band resumed their strategic planning efforts in August 2011. The purpose of the sessions was to: Continue the strategic planning process i.e. review the strategic framework, goal setting etc., engage the community in prioritizing goals and continue to enhance Council skill set.
Document 1: Strategic Framework Diagram
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 Lil’wat Nation Business Governance Plan contains diagrams for Appointment of Holdings Board, Appointment of Operating Board, Strategic Planning Process *(3-5 year plan), Annual Business Planning Process, Hiring, Initiating New Business Units, Financial Reporting Process, Business Regulatory Process, External Negotiations and Cash Flow Management.
The Leq’á:mel constitution and government has its roots in the historical, cultural, and spiritual traditions of the Leq’á:mel Tribe, in the Halqelmaylem language, and in the relationships with the Creator, the territory, and everything within the territory, both living and otherwise.
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VANCOUVER—November 2011—The Aboriginal Financial Literacy Committee, a group of partners who work directly with Aboriginal youth and adults, is pleased to launch a series of tools aimed at improving the landscape of available culturally sensitive financial literacy tools to Aboriginal clients, said Mike Mearns, General Manager, Aboriginal Financial Officers Assoc
The Legal Services Society, BC’s legal aid provider, has now partnered with service providers in 24 locations around BC where people can get free legal information (see our April 18 blog entry, Seeking community partnerships to help improve access to legal aid serv