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.
HOW TO USE THIS TOOLKIT: This toolkit is intended as a resource for individuals from a range of backgrounds. It can serve as an introduction for novices or as a refresher for those with more experience.
The Off-Reserve Aboriginal Housing Resource Tool serves Aboriginal individuals and families by providing consistent, standardized information about housing in British Columbia.
The resource tool includes up-to-date information related to:
The Tsawout First Nation is moving ahead on a number of fronts. Of particular interest is Land Development which was initiated by the signing of the First Nations Goods and Service Tax (FNGST).
Construction and demolition (C&D) material makes up almost a third of all solid waste in the province. In response to this issue the Ecology Action Centre in conjunction with the RRFB Nova Scotia has released the Waste? NOT!
The Rapid Evidence Assessment (REA) Toolkit is not meant to be read from beginning to end in one sitting but can be can be dipped in and out of as the REA progresses. The 'how-to' toolkit contains three main sections: what is REA; planning a REA; and how to do a REA.
This tool kit was created by:
Claire V. Crooks, Ph.D., C.Psych. CAMH Centre for Prevention Science and The University of Western Ontario Debbie Chiodo, M.A., M.Ed. CAMH Centre for Prevention Science and The University of Western Ontario Darren Thomas, BSc. New Orators Youth Project and Wilfrid Laurier University
Presentation and workshop presented at the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada`s National Conference in Calgary, February 27, 2004.