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.
About Cohen Commission
This partners group developed this website to provide a "one-stop shop" for Aboriginal adult and post-secondary learners to obtain information on the programs available to support their learning - including financial support, housing, transportation, career planning or employment services and childcare.
The traditional territories of the CSTC member First Nations has seen a considerable increase in oil and gas exploration activities. One of the many effects from the mountain pine beetle infestation include the increased ability for remote sensing technologies to determine what is under the ground.
ACC's priority is the support of Aboriginal communities and economies.
We take a two-pronged approach.
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:
KLU’SKAP native art gallery is a dream come true for Pascal A. Pelletier. You could say he has ‘caught’ his dream! And others are catching on to his vision too. Pascal’s passion for the arts and First Nations’ culture is contagious.
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