Project Summary: Development of a Gitanyow Cultural Resource Inventory and Tourism Strategy.
Final documentation of a Trail and Recreation Plan for the Boston Bar First Nations.
Kitasoo/Xai'xais Standards, Process and Training for Cultural Feature identification.
Saik'uz First Nation's 2015 Direct Support Report submitted to New Relationship Trust.
The proponent wishes to do activities/development that concerns lands, waters or resources in the LCFN territory and will provide notice of intention as early as possible to LCFN.
Drawing on their spiritual and cultural connection to the land and the legal basis for using, managing and benefitting from the land, the Tsilhqot’in Nation wants to ensure that the cumulative effects of resource development on their Aboriginal Title and Rights are recognized and addressed.
The Yunesit’in, Tl’esqox, and Xeni Gwet’in Communities, supported by Tsilhqot’in National Government (TNG) Chiefs and staff, are leading the effort to build a cumulative effects (CE) program for the Nation that will address the following components:
The primary goal is to protect and restore adequate grizzly bear habitats and connectivity in the Phillips watershed on the BC South Coast. If accepted and implemented by the BC government this plan would be the first grizzly bear recovery strategy on the BC Coast (and the second in all of BC).
This proposed Kwiakah-Phillips grizzly bear ecosystem recovery plan was prepared as an essential and proactive conservation component of the Kwiakah First Nation Core Aboriginal Title Lands—Grizzly Bear Research Project.