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1 year 1 month
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,...
1 year 1 month
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...
1 year 1 month
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...
1 year 1 month
2018 / Word doc
Executive SummaryIn recent years there have been substantial evidence suggesting that the global climate is changing. Studies indicate that these changes have become more frequent and intense over the last century.T’it’q’et, like other First Nation communities in the past, have always relied on traditional knowledge to make predictions about the environment. We have had to learn to adapt to...
1 year 1 month
2018 / PDF
The Stswecem’c Xgat’tem First Nations community are a proud and welcoming people with an inherited responsibility to protect and manage Secwepemculcuw (we are the land and the land is us). This connection to the land has been reinforced over generations by our ancestors from Tcexwe’ptem and Komenka’ksxen (Empire Valley), Se’tlemux and S’nhaxala’us (Farwell Canyon), and Stswecem’c Xgat’tem (Canoe...
1 year 1 month
2018 / PDF
The Dease River Development Corporation (DRDC) is the economic development arm of the Dease River First Nation, a British Columbian First Nations having traditional territories in the vicinity of Good Hope Lake, B.C. It is engaged with the Province of British Columbia in discussions relating to land and natural resource use and has economic and community development, forest consultation, and...
1 year 8 months
2017 / PDF
Katzie First Nation 2016 Direct Support Project submitted to New Relationship Trust.
Resource Producer: Katzie First Nation
Author(s): Urban Systems
1 year 8 months
2016 / PDF
Saik'uz First Nation's 2015 Direct Support Report submitted to New Relationship Trust.
Resource Producer: Saik’uz First Nation
Author(s): Michelle Tung & Brian Toth
1 year 8 months
2017 / PDF
Quatsino First Nation's 2016 Direct Support Project submitted to New Relationship Trust.
Resource Producer: Quatsino First Nation
Author(s): Gabe Sentlinger
1 year 8 months
2017 / PDF
Land Use Plan submitted to New Relationship Trust from Boston Bar First Nations for the 2016 direct support project.
Resource Producer: Boston Bar First Nation

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