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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 week 1 hour
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 / PDF
TFN has embarked on a process to develop a facilities master plan that will guide the design and building of eightmajor facilities over the next few years. The master plan will identify the types of facilities that are needed, their sizes and locations. It will identify facilities for members only as well as those accessible by members, nonmembers and lease-holders.
Resource Producer: Tsawwassen First Nation
1 week 5 days
2017 / PDF
Lake Cowichan First Nation (LCFN) secured funding through the Governance Capacity Initiatives Program in to conduct a Crown Land Feasibility Study for two sites located west and southwest of the Lake Cowichan First Nation Reserve. LCFN is interested in potential expansion of their existing reserve and wants to explore the opportunity of acquiring these two sites.
Resource Producer: Lake Cowichan First Nation
1 month 2 days
2017 / PDF
The purpose of the Sq’ewá:lxw Land Use and Zoning Law is to promote environmentally responsible, healthy, safe, and well planned use of Sq’ewá:lxw lands. The Law will apply to the whole area of the reserves (Skawahlook IR# 1 and Ruby Creek IR# 2), including Nation Land and land held under Certificate of Possession, and to members and non-members.The Land Use and Zoning Law enables the Sq’ewá:lxw...
Resource Producer: Sq’ewá:lxw (Skawahlook First Nation)
1 month 2 days
2017 / PDF
The purpose of the Sq’ewá:lxw Land Use and Zoning Law is to promote environmentally responsible, healthy, safe, convenient, and well planned use of Sq’ewá:lxw lands.The purpose of this policy is to support the administration of land use on Sq’ewá:lxw reserve land.
Resource Producer: Sq’ewá:lxw (Skawahlook First Nation)
4 months 2 weeks
2009 / PDF
This resource highlights the 96 Best Practices of Comprehensive Community Planning among First Nations. The list was compiled with the work of New Relationship Trust, as well as Beringia Community Planning, from a range of both Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal sources. It covers five areas of: Comprehensive Community Planning (CCP), Governance, Land Use Planning, Consultation, and Environmental...
Resource Producer: New Relationship Trust
Author(s): Cook, Jeff
9 months 1 week
2016 / PDF
Over the past four years, the Haida Village of Skidegate has come together to talk and share our hopes for the future, to ultimately strengthen our community's relationship with each other and to our culture and land. Our Comprehensive Community Plan (CCP), entitled Gud Ga Is: Being Together to Talk, is one of the outcomes from this process.
Resource Producer: Skidegate Band Council
9 months 1 week
2016 / PDF
HlGaagilda KilGuhlga, which translates to "Skidegate Plan", is the outcome of Skidegate Band Council's land use planning process that began in November 2014 and concluded in April 2016. The land use planning process stems out of the broader comprehensive community planning process known as Gud Ga Is. This document was created out of extensive community engagement, with the purpose of guiding all...
Resource Producer: Skidegate Band Council
9 months 2 weeks
2016 / PDF
On April 18-19, 2016 the First Nations Wild Salmon Alliance hosted a two-day strategic dialogue session, “The Future of Wild Salmon: Advancing a Path Forward to Informed Management and Decision-Making” in Vancouver, BC at the Morris J Wosk Centre for Dialogue. The session brought together over 150 delegates including First Nations leadership, technical support, non-governmental organizations, ...

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