The success of the project is based on its ability to meet its started objectives and produce the deliverables (outcomes) as detailed in the project application.
Chawathil First Nation Alternative Energy project or the Chawathil First Nation Strategic Energy Plan
The Chawathil First Nation have lived in and sustainably utilized the natural resources within its traditional territories since time immemorial. The Chawathil First Nation has an opportunity to assert their natural role as the stewards of their traditional territories by becoming leaders in the development of clean renewable energy.
Dear First Nations Communities:
Here is the full decision from the Supreme Court. See attachment for full details.
Program Highlights 2010
in spite of shock after shock to their economic structures, these communities
continue to survive and thrive. they are reinventing their economies
constantly — moving from commercial fishing to marine monitoring;
from manufacturing to tourism; from timber harvesting to non-timber
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In British Columbia, most mine exploration occurs on First Nations’ lands where people still depend on traditional
lifestyles. First Nations in BC and Indigenous people all over the world are asserting and exercising their rights to
control development on traditional lands and territories and are calling for an end to government sanctioned land
First Nations in British Columbia, both individually and at the provincial leadership level,
have called for reform of the BC environmental assessment process. There is increasing
evidence on all fronts, including new legal challenges, that the system of project review
and Crown consultation being applied by the BC Environmental Assessment Office is
Carbon Credit Opportunity Overview for First Nations was originally produced by the BC First Nations Energy
and Mining Council in October 2007 as an introductory paper to climate change and carbon markets. This
updated Version 2 of the report was prepared as part of the BC First Nations climate change strategy in
The BC First Nations Mineral Exploration and Mining Action Plan (2008) set out the agreed upon goals to ensure the meaningfulparticipation of BC First Nations in mining projects situated in First Nation traditional territories.