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3 years 9 months
2011 /
We seek your important feedback and advice on the attached and revised Draft First Nations Heritage Action Plan and AppendicesThe provincial Heritage Conservation Act (HCA) and associated management regime fail to protect our culture and heritage resources, and prevent us from protecting our sacred and spiritual sites, the sanctity of our artifacts and the remains of our ancestors and other...
3 years 9 months
2011 /
The Tlowitsis Nation is working to engage its citizens in the development a community plan and the structures of governance required to support their future development. In order to support community building and citizen engagement, Chief and Council, with assistance and direction from the Tlowitsis Citizens’ Advisory Group (TCAG), have identified the need to establish a transparent system of...
Resource Producer: Tlowitsis Nation
3 years 9 months
2010 / PDF
In November 2005, the First Nations Summit, Union of BC Indian Chiefs, BC Assembly of First Nations, Province of British Columbia, and the Government of Canada signed the Transformative Change Accord.
3 years 9 months
2010 /
First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) hosted the 2009 Native Asset-Building Institute in Prior Lake, Minnesota, October 5-6. The Native Asset-Building Institute is part of First Nations project, the Native Asset-Building Partnership Project (NABPP). The goal of the NABPP is to strengthen tribal and Native institutions across the United States through tribal nation-to-nation peer...
3 years 9 months
2010 /
The elected Council of the High Bar First Nation has the responsibility to manage and administer the funds of the High Bar First Nation for the benefit of its membership. This manual has been prepared to asset the Band and its employees in performing their responsibilities, as they relate to financial management of the High Bar First Nation.The nature of the High Bar First Nation organization and...
Resource Producer: High Bar First Nation
3 years 9 months
2010 /
IntroductionOne of the principal conclusions of the 2003 evaluation of the Community EconomicDevelopment Program1 is that some (but not all) economic development officers (EDOs)working on behalf of First Nation and Inuit communities need advice and information to carry out their responsibilities.To help deal with this gap, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) engaged the Institute On ...
Author(s): John Graham and Michael Bassett
3 years 10 months
2010 /
This Policy describes workplace violence and can be used as a template for a community/ organization to use in it's commitment to protect its workers from workplace violence.
Resource Producer: Nisga'a Lisims Government
3 years 10 months
2010 / PDF
This Human Resources Policy document template can be customized to fit a communities needs.The objectives of this policy are to:provide a standard reference for managers and employees in understanding their rights and carrying out theirresponsibilitiesencourage continuity and consistency in the administration and application of human resource policyprovidedirection and authority in the day-to-day...
Resource Producer: Upper Nicola Indian Band
4 years 4 months
2013 / Word, PDF
This Governance Orientation Kit is intended to help elected officials of the Northern Shuswap Tribal Council (NSTC) communities better understand their governance duties, responsibilities and authorities at the community level and beyond.It was developed with input from elected officials and Band Administrators and is meant to be especially useful for newly elected representatives who may be...
Resource Producer: Northern Shuswap Tribal Council

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