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3 years 11 months
2011 /
Urbanics Consultants Ltd. has been retained by the Chemainus First Nation to carry out a market-based highest and best use study for the I.R.12 Oyster Bay property north of Ladysmith, B.C. Because the development timeline and capacity of the site is not known, a study period extending out to 2031 has been used for the various on-site land uses under consideration, namely: residential, retail/...
4 years 1 week
2010 /
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Resource Producer: New Relationship Trust
4 years 2 weeks
2010 /
For as many as 160 of the 200 First Nations communities in BC, the forestry business offers the main option for economic development in the foreseeable future.
4 years 2 weeks
2011 /
Presentation on the Tahltan perspective on strategic planning and how to benefit from major projects. 
4 years 2 weeks
2010 /
http://www.wd.gc.ca/eng/259.asp
4 years 2 weeks
2010 /
package of 8 templates
4 years 2 weeks
2010 /
As First Nations communities focus on Nation Building, the science of branding can help. Branding is a tool to explain who we are, and what our vision is for the future. If we don’t control our national brands, people will invent stories, and they may not be true. But, if we have a brand plan, it can change for the better what non-Aboriginal people think of us, and make cooperation easier. It can...
Author(s): Braun/ Allison - Creative Services for Marketing
4 years 2 weeks
2010 / Word
A convenience store business plan to be used as a template. 

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