Chawathil First Nation Alternative Energy project or the Chawathil First Nation Strategic Energy Plan
The Chawathil First Nation have lived in and sustainably utilized the natural resources within its traditional territories since time immemorial. The Chawathil First Nation has an opportunity to assert their natural role as the stewards of their traditional territories by becoming leaders in the development of clean renewable energy.
YOS (Malahat Mountain) is one of the most sacred places of First Nations on southern Vancouver Island. It is the home of legendary Salish beings including Thunderbird which is represented by a totem pole that stands at the 356 m high tourist viewpoint off the highway (left). In the distance are Saanich Inlet and the Salish Sea, home to the Coast Salish peoples.
Here is the full decision from the Supreme Court. See attachment for full details.
(WSP) represents Fisheries and Oceans Canada's commitment to maintain healthy and diverse populations of salmon that will support sustainable fisheries now, and meet the needs of future generations.
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British Columbia's forestry (woodlot), agriculture, agri-food and agri-products sectors can now access funding under the B.C. Agroforestry Industry Development Initiative (AIDI) to facilitate the development and adoption of agroforestry practices in B.C.
A statewide citizens monitoring effort to improve and protect water quality by raising community awareness, and supporting implementation of the goals of the Clean Water Act and other water quality initiatives.
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