Resource Library

1 month 3 weeks
2018 / PDF
Cowichan Tribes project on chid welfare legislation.
Resource Producer: Cowichan Tribes
3 months 3 days
2018 / PDF
The Penticton Indian Band Natural Resource Department has grown rapidly and now undertakes numerous projects throughout syilx Territory. We are a relatively new department, just recently celebrating our second year of operation and are thankful to the NRT for their support in the past. We now have 25 staff who have undertaken numerous western - styled technical training and certifications, but...
3 months 1 week
2018 / PDF
The Stswecem’c Xgat’tem First Nations community are a proud and welcoming people with an inherited responsibility to protect and manage Secwepemculcuw (we are the land and the land is us). This connection to the land has been reinforced over generations by our ancestors from Tcexwe’ptem and Komenka’ksxen (Empire Valley), Se’tlemux and S’nhaxala’us (Farwell Canyon), and Stswecem’c Xgat’tem (Canoe...
3 months 1 week
2018 / PDF
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY British Columbia is the spiritual home for mountain biking with thousands of trails and riding experiences that attract riders from around the world. Over the past several decades the sport has grown from an exclusive and high-risk endeavor practised by a handful of extreme athletes on illegal trails to a sanctioned recreational pastime enjoyed by thousands of people of all ages...
Found in: Community Services
3 months 1 week
2018 / PDF
We began our update by seeking community ideas about ways to accomplish the 11 community objectives outlined in the CCP. We carried out a soft launch for the CCP update at our community’s Aboriginal D ay celebration on June 21 st , 2017 and conducted several c ommunity consultations over the next four months.The methods we used to consult with the community and analyze their input were built on...
3 months 2 weeks
2018 / PDF
The recreation and tourism market in British Columbia is a robust and dynamic industry with revenues and employment rates that have remained relatively stable over the past several years and is projected to continue. The trails and mountain bike recreatio n sector has grown significantly over the same time frame and is becoming an increasingly important element of the BC tourism market. Trails...
3 months 2 weeks
2015 / PDF
Report Summary The Tsartlip First Nation recognizes the need for enhanced services and the importance of program and planning. In March 2010 a feasibility study was undertaken by the Nation for the purpose of constructing a new health centre. That study confirmed the Nations vast growing population and the interest in a wide range of health services. Tsartlip Health programs continue to be...
10 months 6 days
2017 / PDF
Posters, Brochures and Websites from Speak Out Youth Group.
Author(s): Adoptive Families Association of BC
10 months 1 week
2017 / Word doc
Homalco First Nation's 2016 Direct Support Report submitted to New Relationship Trust.
Resource Producer: Homalco First Nation
10 months 1 week
2016 / PDF, Word doc
Sts'ailes Band 2016 Direct Support report submitted to New Relationship Trust.
Resource Producer: Sts’ailes Nation (Chehalis Indian Band)

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