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2 years 7 months
2016 / PDF
This report details the engagement with the community and the outcomes of that engagement regarding potential land development. The overriding goal of the project was to inform, engage and advise members and the CP holder, Lynne Commodore, on possible uses for the land parcel.
Resource Producer: Soowahlie Indian Band
2 years 7 months
2017 / PDF
Training course outline that covers the technical skills and topics needed to be an administrative professional, specifically focused on desktop applications such as Outlook and Word. 
Resource Producer: Kwantlen First Nation
2 years 7 months
2017 / PDF
Several resources from SAY Lands Office surrounding business permitting, applications, and fees. These resources include a business permit guide to the approval process for SAY Lands that gives applicants an overview of the process of applying for a business permit, permit application forms, and an appendix listing business permit fees. 
2 years 7 months
2017 / PDF
As part of the Nisga'a Village of Gitwinksihlkw Official Community Plan, this project is the cornerstone of the Aboriginal Tourism strategy for the Village. Its overarching title is the Gitwinksihlkw Main Street Experience. It embraces the Welcome House & Suspension Bridge, the Nass River FishWheels, the Sasak Hill Trails & River Walk, and eventually, upgrades to the Ts'oohl Ts'ap...
Resource Producer: Nisga’a Village of Gitwinksihlkw
2 years 8 months
2016 / PDF
The Beecher Bay First Nation (also known as Sc’ianew First Nation, pronounced Chea-nuh) is a progressive and vibrant community. Living on the southern edge of Vancouver Island, in British Columbia, Canada, we have been tied to the sea since the beginning of time. This connection is part of all our relationships — cultural, spiritual, and economic. We are looking for the economic, education, and...
3 years 2 days
2016 / PDF
This resource, The 7 C's: A First Nations’ Guide to Planning and Reporting Standards, highlights seven areas of planning and reporting:Culture and languagesCommunity driven, Nation-basedCommunity engagementCommunicationCollaborationConnectionCommitmentIt aims to bring forward emerging standards associated with planning and reporting in First Nations communities.
3 years 4 months
2016 / PDF
Nadleh Whut’en Ormonde Lake Reserve (the Reserve) is off the BC Hydro power grid and provides all its own electricity from diesel and gasoline generators. The Reserve is populated for 7 months of the year (April – Oct) and the facilities are leased by the Carrier Sekani Health Authority (CSHA). CSHA pays for the diesel, gasoline, and propane used on the Reserve, while Nadleh Whut’en First Nation...
3 years 6 months
2016 / PDF
Secret Beach is a magnificent, 62-acre ocean front property located in a pristine setting on Vancouver Island’s West Coast. The Toquaht Nation wishes to develop this property to maximize its value as a long term investment while also preserving its exceptional natural beauty. Secret Beach will be a long term legacy to the Toquaht Nation for years to come.The purpose of this report is to review...
Resource Producer: Toquaht Nation
Author(s): Sue McKitrick
3 years 6 months
2016 / PDF
The results from the Stz'uminus First Nation survey for the Economic Development Plan submitted to New Relationship Trust
Resource Producer: Stz'uminus First Nation
3 years 6 months
2016 / PDF
The purpose of the Coast Salish Development Corporation 20-Year Economic Development Strategy is to outline aplan for growing the profit-making businesses of the CSDC over the next two decades. The plan updates Vision2020, the first economic development strategy developed by CSDC in 2009.
Resource Producer: Stz'uminus First Nation

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