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1 year 2 months
2016 / PDF
The Community Council ( CC) is an ad hoc body (assembled as required) of up to 8 YFN Band members. The Community Council is independent of Chief and Council and will operate as an advisory body to management of the various departments within the YFN government.The CC exists to represent the voice of the YFN community to managing authorities who administer the YFN's municipal-level affairs;...
Resource Producer: Yale First Nation
1 year 2 months
2017 / PDF
The Yale First Nation Community Council (CC) is an ad hoc body (assembled as required) of up to 8 YFN Band members. The Community Council is independent of Chief and Council and will operate as an advisory body to management of the various departments within the YFN government.The CC exists to represent the voice of the YFN community to managing authorities who administer the YFN’s municipal-...
Resource Producer: Yale First Nation
1 year 2 months
2017 / PDF
Skwah First Nation has undertaken an important step toward effective land use decision making in regards to our lands. This report documents the process and outcome of our community Land Use Plan (LUP). It summarizes relevant work that has led up to this point, and presents new information and maps that have been developed through the LUP process.
Resource Producer: Skwah First Nation
1 year 2 months
2017 / PDF
Project Year End Reporting Briefing for the St'at'imc Chief's Council. 
Found in: Governance | Operations
1 year 2 months
2017 / PDF
The purpose of the St’át’imc T’ákstum lhkalh Ta Nxékmenkalha is to build St’át’imc capacity through:▪ Sharing of indigenous governance best practices in Nation constitution development and research; and▪ Working collectively to progress the development of a St’át’imc Nation constitution, and contribute to the development / renewal of Tsitsítcwcwemten2 constitutionsDeveloped by the St’át’imc...
1 year 2 months
2017 / PDF
St’át’imc has and continues to make great strides revitalizing St’át’imc culture, nurturing ties to each other and the land, working towards incorporating and balancing historical forms of governance, with current and evolving holistic best practices. Developed by the St’át’imc Chiefs’ Council.

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