Kwadacha Nation engaged strategic planning to update its priorities and to align to the requirements for sound financial management. The process included numerous members including those from Chief and Council and the administrative and program staff.
Who and what FMB is along with links to their website and resource tools,
Documentation on the process and committees compiled to forward Snaw-naw-as First Nations self-governance.
Development of their Financial Administration Policy.
Financial literacy is one of the first steps on the road to economic strength and independence. This website from Vancouver City Savings Credit Union provides resources to support increased financial literacy.
Please click on the link below to access the most up-to-date resources:
This website provides an up-to-date warehouse of practical information to help people feel financially empowered. Please visit the relevant links below for more information:
Useful financial resources, updated regularly and provided by the First Nations Financial Management Board.
Please visit the link below to access these resources:
Newsletter released quarterly by the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of British Columbia.
To access the most recent publications, as well as previous ones, please click on the link below:
This toolkit provides information on meeting requirements set out in Section 83 of the Indian Act, which enables First Nations governments to establish property taxation laws in their communities, and supports the development of sound fiscal policies and by-laws.
An informational resource detailing the First Nations Fiscal Management Act (FNFMA) and its related laws, which provides First Nations governments with authority over financial management, property taxation and local revenues, as well as financing for infrastructure and economic development.