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6 years 12 months
2010 / PDF
The Nlaka’pamux Nation Tribal Council (‘NNTC’) is comprised of seven First Nations located in south western British Columbia. As for all First Nations in this province, they are responsible for the daunting task of responding to numerous referral requests.Because of the close proximity of their communities, referrals may affect multiple groups. NNTC is trying to streamline the review process and...
6 years 12 months
2010 /
The purpose of the IPP policy is to create an internal process to manage the flow of all current and future incoming IPP referrals, information and activity.
Resource Producer: New Relationship Trust
6 years 12 months
2011 /
For this phase of the project we started out with a list of all current Canim Lake Band (CLB) forestry obligations and planned obligations including Road Permits, Road Use Permits and Cut Blocks. The spatial data for the project was organized onto two shape files, one shape file contained all roads data and the other shape file contained all block data.
6 years 12 months
2010 /
To build a First Nations Environmental Review Process framework that can be implemented by the three partner First Nations in dealing with major project developments within the traditional territories.
6 years 12 months
2010 /
The purpose of this document is to articulate the high-level design of the Cumulative Effects Assessment (CEA) Workshop. Table 1 summarizes the overall characteristics of the workshop, and Table 2 describes a high-level workshop design. These will drive the next step: articulating the specifics of each session (process, activities and materials).
Resource Producer: New Relationship Trust
6 years 12 months
2010 /
TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION .........................................................1 2. COMMUNITY BACKGROUND INFORMATION ..........2 3. PROJECT METHODOLOGY .......................................4 4. PRELIMINARY LAND USE STRATEGY .....................9 5. NEXT STEPS .............................................................12 6. CONCLUSION...
Resource Producer: New Relationship Trust
6 years 12 months
2006 /
(i) This fundamentally flawed review process is a collaboration between the federal and provincial governments and the mining proponent to:completely destroy Amazay Lake (also known as Duncan Lake) as a viablefreshwater ecosystem by turning it into a mine waste disposal site;solely to for the sake of economic convenience, provide rationale to themining proponent and its shareholders for their...
6 years 12 months
2010 /
A checklist to assist mineral companies active in areas near Aboriginal communities See attachment
6 years 12 months
2010 /
See attachment
Resource Producer: New Relationship Trust

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