Resource Library

1 year 5 months
2017 / PDF
Feasibility study for a hotel/convention centre proposed for Fort St. John.
Resource Producer: Treaty 8 Tribal Association
Author(s): BC Treaty 8
1 year 5 months
2018 / PDF
Project Summary: Development of a Gitanyow Cultural Resource Inventory and Tourism Strategy.
Resource Producer: Gitanyow Hereditary Chiefs’ Office
Author(s): Gitanyow Hereditary Chiefs’ Office
1 year 5 months
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 5 months
2018 / Word doc
A collection of documents supporting the land negotiations between Lake Cowichan First Nations and the Province of BC with timeline and Feasibility study for a Marina
Resource Producer: Lake Cowichan First Nation
Author(s): Lake Cowichan First Nation
1 year 5 months
2017 / Word doc
Final report on Community planning covering all facets of governance for the Tobacco Plains Indian Band.
Resource Producer: Tobacco Plains Indian Band
Author(s): Tobacco Plains Indian Band
1 year 5 months
2018 / PDF
Final documentation of a Trail and Recreation Plan for the Boston Bar First Nations. 
Resource Producer: Boston Bar First Nation
Author(s): Boston Bar First Nation
1 year 6 months
2017 / PDF
Documentation of the process and deliverables in creating the Tseshaht First Nation's Comprehensive Community Plan.
Resource Producer: Tseshaht First Nation
Author(s): Tseshaht First Nation
1 year 6 months
2018 / PDF
Chawathil-Ts'qo strategy development, planning and follow through for their Economic Development Corporation.
Resource Producer: Chawathil First Nation
Author(s): Chawathil First Nation
1 year 6 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 7 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.

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