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Training Modules for Community Economic Development from the Centre for Indigenous Environmental
Skeena Native Development held a Think Tank on Wealth Creation. These documents are the training modules that came out of the Think Tank.
Presentation and workshop presented at the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada`s National Conference in Calgary, February 27, 2004.
The Tsawout First Nation is moving ahead on a number of fronts. Of particular interest is Land Development which was initiated by the signing of the First Nations Goods and Service Tax (FNGST).
The Duty to Consult and Accommodate (“the Duty”) makes sure that the government does not ignore the impact their actions or decisions may have on Aboriginal Rights and Title before those rights are established by the courts or through a negotiated process. The Duty is meant to be a short term measure which was created by the Supreme Court of Canada and developed in Canadian law.
HOW TO USE THIS TOOLKIT: This toolkit is intended as a resource for individuals from a range of backgrounds. It can serve as an introduction for novices or as a refresher for those with more experience.
Exploring Best Practices: A Policy Resource Tool for First Nations Negotiating Major Project Agreements in BC
Many First Nations in this province have either negotiated agreements on major projects in various sectors or are poised to. These agreements involve resource projects at the territorial level and others involve on-reserve developments.
Fort Nelson First Nation Governance Plan for the board of directors handbook and Human Resources handbook
First document download: Board of Directors Handbook:
The Leq’á:mel constitution and government has its roots in the historical, cultural, and spiritual traditions of the Leq’á:mel Tribe, in the Halqelmaylem language, and in the relationships with the Creator, the territory, and everything within the territory, both living and otherwise.
The Sechelt Indian Band resumed their strategic planning efforts in August 2011. The purpose of the sessions was to: Continue the strategic planning process i.e. review the strategic framework, goal setting etc., engage the community in prioritizing goals and continue to enhance Council skill set.
Document 1: Strategic Framework Diagram