Resource Library

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2017 / Word doc
Final report on Community planning covering all facets of governance for the Tobacco Plains Indian Band.
Resource Producer: Tobacco Plains Indian Band
Author(s): Tobacco Plains Indian Band
1 month 4 days
2018 / PDF
Final documentation of a Trail and Recreation Plan for the Boston Bar First Nations. 
Resource Producer: Boston Bar First Nation
Author(s): Boston Bar First Nation
1 month 2 weeks
2018 / PDF
Chawathil-Ts'qo strategy development, planning and follow through for their Economic Development Corporation.
Resource Producer: Chawathil First Nation
Author(s): Chawathil First Nation
1 month 2 weeks
2018 / PDF
Kitasoo/Xai'xais Standards, Process and Training for Cultural Feature identification.
Resource Producer: Kitasoo Band Council (Klemtu)
Author(s): Kitasoo Band Council (Klemtu)
1 month 2 weeks
2017 / PDF
Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation’s 2017/18 Direct Support project  - Hydrometric readings for Tranquil and Tofino Creek
Author(s): Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation
1 month 3 weeks
2016 / PDF
Youth Mountain Bike and Trail Building Clinics
3 months 1 week
2018 / PDF
AbstractThis report summarizes the results of the hydrological analysis for the proposed water power project on Little Nitinat River, which is a tributary of the Nitinat River south of Bamfield on the west coast of Vancouver Island, as shown on MAP 202. Based on this analysis, the long-term Mean Annual Discharge (MAD) at the proposed intake site is 11.4 m3/s, which is equivalent to a Mean Annual...
3 months 1 week
2018 / PDF
EDI Environmental Dynamics Inc. (EDI) was retained by Barkley Project Group to complete an Environmental Overview Assessment (EOA) for development of a transmission line (TL) (the Project) associated with the proposed Little Nitinat Hydropower Project, on southern Vancouver Island, approximately 45 km south of Port Alberni. Three transmission line routes; Bam field Mainline, Caycuse and Youbou,...
3 months 1 week
2018 / Word doc
Executive Summary Since time immemorial, we have always honoured, protected, relied on and sustainably managed our water resources in accordance with our traditional laws and governance structures. As St’át’imc, we believe that we have been placed here by our Creator to live as stewards of this land. Our responsibility is to live in mutual accord with all, and to care for protect and honour all...
3 months 1 week
2018 / Word doc
Executive SummarySince time immemorial, fishing has played a significant role in the lives of the St’át’imc. We have always considered our waterways, including our fish and fish habitats to be sacred; and have relied on our freshwater resources to support our traditional, spiritual, social and economic way of life. Salmon is a sacred gift from the Creator that gives, sustains and nurtures our...

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