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6 years 4 months
2010 /
The Smart Planning InitiativeSmart Planning for Communities, a program of the Fraser Basin Council, offers local and First Nations governments the services of skilled Sustainability Facilitators in communities across BC. Our Facilitators are available to provide free assistance with community planning processes. We offer advice that will fit your community on process, strategy and new technology...
6 years 4 months
2011 /
By: Cynthia Wesley – Esquimaux and Brian Calliou, 2010 This article speaks to the fact that often best practices are often attempted to be transplanted and implemented in communities without acknowledging that these practices potentially need to be adapted to meet the unique circumstances of the specific community. Thus the authors have identified key principles, if considered and integrated in...
Author(s): Cynthia Wesley – Esquimaux and Brian Calliou
6 years 4 months
2011 / PDF
On July 19, 2007, certain amendments to the Westbank First Nation Constitution were approved by referendum of the WFN Membership. The amendments are effective as of July 19, 2007.
6 years 4 months
2011 /
You will be able to find in this website: News of upcoming eventsUpcoming surveysImagesDocuments and reportsContact of people involved in the planning processAnd more...!
6 years 4 months
2010 /
Gwa'sala 'Nakwaxda'xw Comprehensive Community Planning Highlights
Resource Producer: Comprehensive Community Planning
6 years 4 months
2010 /
Simpcw began working on CCP directly with the hire of a local community planner, as part of the Sustainable Resource Department, in the summer of 2007.  This commitment by the Simpcw leadership to planning reflects the long history of planning in the First Nation and the desire to lead the process from within the community.The Community Planner was hired for the purpose to lead the short and long...
Resource Producer: Comprehensive Community Planning
6 years 4 months
2010 /
This interim report presents the comprehensive community planning process that has been undertaken to date by the Boston Bar First Nation. The Comprehensive Community Plan (CCP) is a community-based visioning and long-term strategic planning process which is intended to provide action plans, budgets and timelines for future growth and development, based on priorities identified by the community....
Resource Producer: Comprehensive Community Planning
6 years 4 months
2010 /
New Relationship Trust -96 CCP Best Practices Document
Resource Producer: New Relationship Trust
6 years 4 months
2011 /
Cities & Environment Unit, Architecture & Planning Dalhousie University
6 years 4 months
2011 /
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, and Public Works and Government Services Canada Client Service.

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