Resource Library

7 years 1 day
2010 /
Introduction....................................................................1 What We Have to Protect: The Importance of our Coastal Areas .......................... 2 Why Protection is Becoming Increasingly Important: Issues Affecting our Approach to Coastal Areas ......... 3 Understanding the Coastal Eco-system: Identifying Sensitive Coastal Areas............................. 5 Creating a...
7 years 1 day
2010 /
For as many as 160 of the 200 First Nations communities in BC, the forestry business offers the main option for economic development in the foreseeable future.
7 years 1 day
2011 /
Presentation on the Tahltan perspective on strategic planning and how to benefit from major projects. 
7 years 1 week
2010 /
The objective of our project is focused on stage three of community planning process, "How Do We Get There?"  It involves strategy development and action planning which focuses on our Land Use Plan.
Resource Producer: xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam Indian Band)
7 years 1 week
2010 /
An educational strategy is a crucial component of an overall Native land restoration movement. Implementing that strategy demands attention to a particular Native community’s social reality. That reality of course is a Native individual's or his or her community's forced separation from the land by white society; the result thereof having an adverse spiritual, cultural, social, political, and...
7 years 1 week
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.
7 years 1 week
2010 /
Integration of Ecology /culture into Comprehensive Community PlansEn’owkin Centre South Okanagan Similkameen – uniqueness Ecommunity Place (what we are doing here) Why should we include ecology into Community Plans? Who should include it? What do we include? How do we include?
7 years 1 week
2010 /
This project combines skills transfer in scientific research and data processing, and Traditional Ecological Knowledge. A consultant will be hired to provide technical and professional skills to SFN in implementing this project. A firm specialized in Geo-Spatial data collection and management will be contracted to undertake field inventory of specific areas within SFN territory, during which they...
7 years 1 week
2010 /
An Action Plan developed by the First Nations Chiefs and leaders in BC in 2005 to set out a collective response to the Mountain Pine Beetle epidemic.  The First Nations Forestry Council is responsible for the implementation of this Plan.

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