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5 years 7 months
2010 /
Integration of Ecology /culture into Comprehensive Community PlansEn’owkin Centre South Okanagan Similkameen – uniqueness Ecommunity Place (what we are doing here) Why should we include ecology into Community Plans? Who should include it? What do we include? How do we include?
5 years 7 months
2010 /
An Action Plan developed by First Nations Chiefs and leaders in BC in 2007 to ensure that the cultural, ecological, economic and social relationship between First Nations and the forests is recognized, maintained and shared, and to support First nations in their community development and political efforts.  The Plan contains a vision, mission principles, goals, and actions to be implemented byt...
5 years 8 months
2011 /
Rueben George, Sundance Chief and Member of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation, expresses his concerns to the Vancouver City Council about the crude oil tankers now passing through Burrard Inlet at the rate of 2 per week, with plans by pipeline company Kinder-Morgan to expand that traffic to 288/year, including dredging Burrard Inlet. George points out that those waters are traditional Tsleil-Waututh...
5 years 9 months
2013 / Word
Communities can use these resources to review the Xeni Gwet'in First Nations Government's approach to land use and gain knowledge that will inform the development of their own land use guidelines.Document excerpt: "The purpose of Land Use Planning is to conserve and assert control over our traditional lands. A Land Use Plan is also a tool to help us understand and communicate how we want them to...
Resource Producer: Xeni Gwet'in First Nations Government
6 years 8 months
2010 /
In 2008 the FNTC commissioned an examination of First Nations that had created electronic systems to manage their natural and cultural resource information. Several systems were examined to outline their language, software requirements, functions, features and architecture. The following year another study was commissioned by the FNTC to examine the operational procedures that First Nations were...
Resource Producer: First Nations Technology Council

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