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3 years 1 week
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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 year 2 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 year 8 months
2015 / PDF
This document contains the reflections and intentions of four First Nations who have been actively engaged in the clean energy industry for much of the past ten years.
Author(s): Klahoose First Nation, shíshálh (Sechelt) Nation, Sliammon First Nation, Sts'ailes First Nation
1 year 9 months
2015 / PDF
With US shale gas dominating the headlines of the energy media for the past several years, Canadian gas has been somewhat overshadowed. While gas industry followers outside North America may have been aware of the reduction in Canadian gas exports to the US, they will likely have missed the complex interaction of lower cost US shale invading regional Canadian markets formerly domestically...
Author(s): Ieda Gomes
1 year 9 months
2015 / PDF
Kwiakah First Nation (KFN) - represented by its development corporation Saaiyouck - worked with EcoFish Research and Discovery Island Tourism Inc. (DIT) on the development of a Phillips Watershed and Estuary Marine Evaluation Report and the presentation of the research results in negotiations with the BC provincial government and industry stakeholders in Phillips Arm.
Resource Producer: Kwiakah First Nation
5 hours 36 min
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)
5 hours 40 min
2017 / PDF
The purpose of this Law is to ensure that the Sq’ewá:lxw people’s vision of a safe, prosperous, and sustainable community is achieved while caring for our land and water.
Resource Producer: Sq’ewá:lxw (Skawahlook First Nation)
5 hours 44 min
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)
5 hours 58 min
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)
6 hours 1 min
2017 / PDF
The purpose of the Sq’ewá:lxw Environmental Law is ensure that the people’s vision of a safe, prosperous, and sustainable community is achieved while caring for our land and water. The purpose of this policy is to support the administration of environmental and emergency management on Sq’ewá:lxw First Nation reserve land. The policy is meant to provide guidance in layman terms but is not a...
Resource Producer: Sq’ewá:lxw (Skawahlook First Nation)

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