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2 years 1 month
2016 / PDF
Our 2016 Musqueam Monitoring and Evaluation report is the second of its kind for our Nation. It follows four years after our first ever M & E report. It is filled with the voices of our community who spoke to us through our 2016 Musqueam Household Census and Personal Census. Without those who participated in the Census surveys, this report would not be possible.
Resource Producer: xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam Indian Band)
2 years 1 month
2016 / PDF, Powerpoint, Excel
A collection of resources provided by Ashcroft Indian Band relating to the Comprehensive Community Planning project. Documents included:CCP DocumentCommunity SWOT analysisCCP Survey Responses 1CCP Survey Responses 2CCP Survey Responses 3CCP Survey Responses 4 
Resource Producer: Ashcroft Indian Band
2 years 1 month
2016 / PDF
Lytton First Nation's development of a Comprehensive Community Plan.
Resource Producer: Lytton First Nation
2 years 1 month
2017 / PDF
This presentation was given on the Penticton Indian Band's Recreation feasibility study to identify community priorities, interests, concerns & needs; engage the community to solicit guidance and direction; and identify opportunities for recreation & assess feasibility. 
Resource Producer: Penticton Indian Band
2 years 1 month
2017 / PDF
The Penticton Indian Band (PIB) recognizes that recreation can play an important role in the health and well-being of its membership. In 2016, PIB directed the PIB Natural Resource Department to facilitate a preliminary feasibility assessment focused on the recreational needs and priorities identified by the PIB community. The study included discussion associated with the viability and options...
Resource Producer: Penticton Indian Band
2 years 5 months
2013 / PDF
The Community Engagement Toolkit offers an adaptable approach to designing a community engagement process tailored to specific issues and/or developments in your community.
2 years 5 months
2015 / PDF
This resource outlines different areas of measuring wellness, and what it means in your community. Some of the topics covered are:What are community-identified indicators of wellness?What is comprehensive community planning and how does it relate to indicators?To see more information on these topics, and others like it check out the resource document link above. 
Author(s): Geddes, Bronwen
2 years 5 months
2009 / PDF
This resource highlights the 96 Best Practices of Comprehensive Community Planning among First Nations. The list was compiled with the work of New Relationship Trust, as well as Beringia Community Planning, from a range of both Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal sources. It covers five areas of: Comprehensive Community Planning (CCP), Governance, Land Use Planning, Consultation, and Environmental...
Resource Producer: New Relationship Trust
Author(s): Cook, Jeff
2 years 5 months
2013 / PDF
This resource was developed by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, with help from First Nations to help with developing and implementing their own community plans. This resource breaks the process down into 4 stages.Pre-PlanningPlanningImplementationMonitoring and EvaluationThe website for this CCP can be found here: http://www.aadnc-aandc.gc.ca/eng/1100100021966/1100100021970
Resource Producer: Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
2 years 6 months
2016 / PDF
Comprehensive Community Planning (CCP) is a process that engages community members in planning and implementing the long term vision for their community. It includes the development of objectives, goals and/or a plan of action to work towards fulfilling the vision. Many First Nations communities across British Columbia are already engaged in planning and are experiencing great success. CCP is a...
Resource Producer: Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada

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