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5 months 3 weeks
2017 /
N’QUATQUA STRATEGIC VISIONOur role is to promote and encourage families to create and maintain a healthy community. We support the development of self-governance whilerespecting our relationship with the land, culture, and language.
Resource Producer: N’Quatqua First Nations
5 months 3 weeks
2016 / PDF
The Community Council ( CC) is an ad hoc body (assembled as required) of up to 8 YFN Band members. The Community Council is independent of Chief and Council and will operate as an advisory body to management of the various departments within the YFN government.The CC exists to represent the voice of the YFN community to managing authorities who administer the YFN's municipal-level affairs;...
Resource Producer: Yale First Nation
5 months 3 weeks
2017 / PDF
The Yale First Nation Community Council (CC) is an ad hoc body (assembled as required) of up to 8 YFN Band members. The Community Council is independent of Chief and Council and will operate as an advisory body to management of the various departments within the YFN government.The CC exists to represent the voice of the YFN community to managing authorities who administer the YFN’s municipal-...
Resource Producer: Yale First Nation
6 months 2 days
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...
6 months 2 days
2017 / PDF
Elders were asked what protocols should be incorporated into their favourite types of communication. These are their responses.
6 months 2 days
2017 / PDF
Community engagement report and questions. 
Resource Producer: Skwah First Nation
6 months 1 week
2017 / PDF
The growing population of Members and non-Members living on TFN Lands means that many of our facilities willneed to be replaced soon to accommodate the community’s needs. TFN has begun a process to develop a FacilitiesMaster Plan (FMP) that will guide the design and construction of several major facilities over the next few years.To help develop the FMP, TFN hired a consulting team consisting of...
Resource Producer: Tsawwassen First Nation
6 months 1 week
2017 / PDF
TFN has embarked on a process to develop a facilities master plan that will guide the design and building of eightmajor facilities over the next few years. The master plan will identify the types of facilities that are needed, their sizes and locations. It will identify facilities for members only as well as those accessible by members, nonmembers and lease-holders.
Resource Producer: Tsawwassen First Nation
6 months 2 weeks
2016 / PDF
Our 2016 Musqueam Monitoring and Evaluation report is the second of its kind for our Nation. It follows four years after our first ever M & E report. It is filled with the voices of our community who spoke to us through our 2016 Musqueam Household Census and Personal Census. Without those who participated in the Census surveys, this report would not be possible.
Resource Producer: xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam Indian Band)
6 months 2 weeks
2016 / PDF, Powerpoint, Excel
A collection of resources provided by Ashcroft Indian Band relating to the Comprehensive Community Planning project. Documents included:CCP DocumentCommunity SWOT analysisCCP Survey Responses 1CCP Survey Responses 2CCP Survey Responses 3CCP Survey Responses 4 
Resource Producer: Ashcroft Indian Band

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