Resource Library

1 year 5 months
2017 / PDF
Westbank First Nation Project: Implement Governance Instrument process that was developed in Phase 1 of this 2 Phase project. All documentation of process with information guides.
Author(s): Westbank First Nations
1 year 5 months
2017 / PDF
Four community meetings were held to build processes that promote transparency and accountability within the community.
Author(s): Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw Nations'
1 year 5 months
2018 / PDF
Cowichan Tribes project on chid welfare legislation.
Resource Producer: Cowichan Tribes
1 year 5 months
2018 / PDF
Yuestit’in updated their 2014 Economic Development Plan, to align it with community priorities, and begin developing a foundation of governance to meet economic and employment challenges.
Resource Producer: Yunesit’in Government
1 year 5 months
2016 / PDF
Development of their Financial Administration Policy.
Resource Producer: Snuneymuxw First Nation
1 year 6 months
2017 / Word doc
Lytton First Nation is a culturally-oriented secure community with a strong community identity and sense of place. The vision of Lytton is to have a viable residential community with the foresight and resources to meet new challenges and opportunities in accomplishing its mission.
1 year 7 months
2018 / PDF and Power point
The purpose of the proposed Skeetchestn Membership Law, 2018 is to replace the current 1987 Membership Code.Why Change the 1987 Membership Code? 1. Last extensive review was 30 years ago2.
Found in: Governance | Legal
1 year 7 months
2018 / Word doc
Executive SummaryIn recent years there have been substantial evidence suggesting that the global climate is changing. Studies indicate that these changes have become more frequent and intense over the last century.T’it’q’et, like other First Nation communities in the past, have always relied on traditional knowledge to make predictions about the environment. We have had to learn to adapt to...
1 year 7 months
2018 / PDF
Stz’uminus dedicated 65 acres of land to economic development and we are in the process of developing a new town at Oyster Bay.Since Stz’uminus First Nation voted for First Nation Lands Management and passed our Land Code in 2013, Stz’um inus operates under the First Nations Land Management Regime and has management authority and law - making powers over its reserve lands.
Found in: Governance | Legal
1 year 7 months
2018 / Website
Information provided by AFOA Canada on the skills Certified Aboriginal Professional Administrators can provide, and how to attain certification.Please visit the link below for the most up-to-date information, provided by the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada:What is a CAPA?
Resource Producer: Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada
Author(s): Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada

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