Resource Library

2 years 11 months
Popular
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)
1 year 8 months
2007 / PDF
Impact and benefit agreements (IBAs) have become a common part of a standard package of agreements negotiated between an industrial proponent and a representative aboriginal organization.  Among other things, IBAs recognize aboriginal peoples’ interests with the land and parallel more broadly with the corporate social responsibility phenomena.  IBAs seek to establish a bond based on consultation...
Author(s): Courtney Fidler and Michael Hitch
3 years 3 months
2009 /
10. The [X] First Nation has participatory rights in decision-making through representatives and all parties must be respectful of the [X] First Nation right to choose such representatives in accordance with ____ internal procedures to ensure the maintenance and development of their own decision-making institutions. 11. There are multiple and often competing land and resource interests in the...
3 years 3 months
2010 /
From the Policy: PURPOSE OF MINING POLICY1. Taku River Tlingit First Nation (TRTFN) has developed this Mining Policy toprovide greater certainty for parties interested in the extraction of mineral resourcesfrom TRTFN Traditional Territory in British Columbia (see Schedule A for map ofthe Territory).2. TRTFN is publishing its policy because British Columbia’s legislated process fordisposing of...
Resource Producer: Taku River Tlingit First Nation
3 years 3 months
2010 /
A checklist to assist mineral companies active in areas near Aboriginal communities See attachment
3 years 4 months
2010 /
This document contains lists of the educational options for people wishing to pursue a career or further their education in the mining industries.  Lists are by specialization and contain what educational institutes offer courses and the degree that is offered.
3 years 4 months
2010 /
The Mining Industry Human Resources Guide for Aboriginal Communities isone of many services provided under the banner of MiHR’s Mining Attraction,Recruitment and Retention Strategy (MARS) project. This new guide is auser-friendly resource for Aboriginal organizations focused on developingtraining and employment opportunities for their communities and interested inlearning more about employment in...
3 years 4 months
2010 /
From the document: The following list indicates the phases of the cycle where various employment opportunities in mining exist. The list also identifies the level of education and/or on-the-job training needed to work in these occupations. It is important to note that related work experience is also an asset or may be required, depending on each company’s hiring practices. Please contact the...
3 years 4 months
2010 /
An Action Plan developed by the First Nations Chiefs and leaders in BC in 2009 to set out collective First Nations positions and actions relating to the mineral exploration and mining sector; the Plan contains a vision, principles, goals, and 65 actions to be implemented by the First Nations Energy & Mining Council.

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