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2 months 1 week
2019 /
This plan provides action items to ensure that the succession planning process is communicated effectively to Esquimalt community members. It also contains a tool kit to assist in the identification of potential position vacancies within the community, recruitment and staffing needs, and challenges in the near future. 
1 year 1 month
2016 / PDF
Project Summary: Engage membership to the pros and cons of adopting a Land Code by utilizing best practices of Comprehensive Community Planning communications strategies.
Resource Producer: Neskonlith Indian Band
Author(s): Neskonlith Indian Band
1 year 1 month
2018 / PDF
Communication strategies for the Burns Lake Indian Band when working with Council, staff, members, and the general public.
Resource Producer: Burns Lake Band
Author(s): Burns Lake Band
2 years 3 months
2017 / PDF
The project was undertaken to:Understand communication needs/preferences of the Nations’ EldersUnderstand communication needs/preferences of the Nations’ YouthUnderstand community communication/engagement protocols prior to the development of any communication strategies or policies.The objective is to develop communication plans/strategies/policies to meet governance and operational needs of the...
2 years 3 months
2017 / PDF
Community engagement report and questions. 
Resource Producer: Skwah First Nation
2 years 7 months
2013 / PDF
The Community Engagement Toolkit offers an adaptable approach to designing a community engagement process tailored to specific issues and/or developments in your community.
3 years 1 month
2016 / PDF
The results from the Stz'uminus First Nation survey for the Economic Development Plan submitted to New Relationship Trust
Resource Producer: Stz'uminus First Nation
3 years 2 months
2015 / PDF
The Communication Plan for Councils Approach to Shared Responsibilities covers:Principles for working togetherReview and clarify each councils responsibilitiesA protocol for working togetherAmong other topics.
3 years 2 months
2015 / Word
The Malahat Nation requires the development creative information signage and display boards for stakeholder engagement sessions. This includes poster boards for larger community engagement meetings, small hand-out portfolios providing an individual overview of the project and how to find out more (website and key contacts). 
Resource Producer: Malahat Nation
3 years 2 months
2015 / Word
As part of the purchase of the Bamberton land comes the opportunity to work with Steelhead, an LNG corporation who is has announced a site (Bamberton) on the east coast of Vancouver Island. While this announcement was an excellent opportunity for the Malahat Nation, it formed only one part of the overall story and intent to purchase the lands adjacent to the Nation.
Resource Producer: Malahat Nation

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