Resource Library

2 years 12 months
2012 /
Materials you will find in the shared documents:1. Introduction2. Mining Protocol developed by Bull, Housser and Tupper LLP3. Agreements drafted by Bull, Housser and Tupper LLPa. Memorandum of Understanding b. Engagement Agreement c. Traditional Knowledge Protocol d. Socio-Economic Participation Agreement4. Related Presentations by Bull, Housser and Tupper LLPa. First Nations Self-Government: A...
Resource Producer: First Nations Energy and Mining Council (FNEMC)
3 years 1 month
2010 / PDF
The document that is before you is the result of the work of countless people. Many First Nation or Aboriginal individuals and organizations have worked tirelessly to advance mechanisms for the recognition and protection of Aboriginal rights and title in Canada generally, and First Nation participation in environmental assessment specifically.
Author(s): First Nations Environmental Assessment Technical Working Group
1 year 3 months
2014 / MP3 Audio
The Nakwaxda’xw and Gwa’sala people were forcibly removed from their homelands in 1964. Now a new film by Lisa Jackson tells the story of their relocation and of their fight to return. The film contains archival scenes of Blunden Harbour shot by Edward Curtis, candid interviews with elders and footage from a recent journey back tothe ancestral village. Colleen and Jessie...
Author(s): Redeye Collective
1 week 21 hours
2017 / PDF
Skwah First Nation has undertaken an important step toward effective land use decision making in regards to our lands. This report documents the process and outcome of our community Land Use Plan (LUP). It summarizes relevant work that has led up to this point, and presents new information and maps that have been developed through the LUP process.
Resource Producer: Skwah First Nation
1 week 5 days
2017 / Word
The proponent wishes to do activities/development that concerns lands, waters or resources in the LCFN territory and will provide notice of intention as early as possible to LCFN.  
Resource Producer: Lake Cowichan First Nation
3 weeks 4 min
2016 / PDF
Drawing on their spiritual and cultural connection to the land and the legal basis for using, managing and benefitting from the land, the Tsilhqot’in Nation wants to ensure that the cumulative effects of resource development on their Aboriginal Title and Rights are recognized and addressed.Through the Nenqay Deni Accord, the Province of British Columbia has recognized the need to collaborate with...
Resource Producer: Xeni Gwet'in First Nations Government
3 weeks 13 min
2016 / PDF
The Yunesit’in, Tl’esqox, and Xeni Gwet’in Communities, supported by Tsilhqot’in National Government (TNG) Chiefs and staff, are leading the effort to build a cumulative effects (CE) program for the Nation that will address the following components:Assess the risks to our core values - what is most at risk so where do we need to focus our attention?
Resource Producer: Xeni Gwet'in First Nations Government
3 weeks 6 days
2017 / PDF
The primary goal is to protect and restore adequate grizzly bear habitats and connectivity in the Phillips watershed on the BC South Coast. If accepted and implemented by the BC government this plan would be the first grizzly bear recovery strategy on the BC Coast (and the second in all of BC). This plan proposes to recover Phillips grizzly bears from a low of 10–12 grizzly bears to at least 40–...
Resource Producer: Kwiakah First Nation
4 weeks 2 min
2017 / PDF
This proposed Kwiakah-Phillips grizzly bear ecosystem recovery plan was prepared as an essential and proactive conservation component of the Kwiakah First Nation Core Aboriginal Title Lands—Grizzly Bear Research Project. The primary goal is to protect and restore adequate grizzly bear habitats and connectivity in the Phillips watershed on the BC south coast. The Phillis has been significantly...
Resource Producer: Kwiakah First Nation
1 month 2 days
2017 / PDF
The purpose of this Law is to promote environmentally responsible, healthy, safe, convenient, and well planned use of Sq’ewá:lxw lands.
Resource Producer: Sq’ewá:lxw (Skawahlook First Nation)