Resource Library

4 years 12 months
Topic Spotlight
2015 / PDF
There are many different Internet services available. Each system has advantages and disadvantages and some may be more readily available than others in your community. In order to provide a basic understanding of each we have compiled a list of the major technologies available in BC.
Resource Producer: First Nations Technology Council
Author(s): First Nation Technology Council
Found in: Connectivity | Operations
6 years 3 months
Topic Spotlight
2012 / PDF
Course Description: Creating, purchasing or investing in a business or other venture requires a systematic approach. This course focuses on venture development and analysis processes from the point of view of an economic development practitioner.
Resource Producer: Nazko First Nation
6 years 3 months
Topic Spotlight
2005 /
This checklist helps to provide communities with items to consider when they are engaging an Internet Service Provider.
Resource Producer: First Nations Technology Council
6 years 4 months
Topic Spotlight
2013 / PDF
Communities can use this resource to examine the Nooaitch Indian Band's approach to their economic development strategy and gain knowledge and insight that will inform the development of their own economic development strategy.Document excerpt: "This strategy was developed from workshops with Nooaitch Chief and Council, discussions with area businesses and organizations, and review of Band...
6 years 5 months
Topic Spotlight
2011 /
The 5 year Community Economic Plan has been developed over a period of several months, involving extensive community consultation at the membership, staff and council levels. Much of the survey and assessment information has been collected by Band members. Consultants and staff have assisted with some of the research and collation of data, and have coordinated the development of the document as...
Resource Producer: Neskonlith Indian Band
6 years 5 months
Topic Spotlight
2010 /
This document is a template for creating a Policy.Note: In developing policy, it is prudent to put a DRAFT watermark on any policy that is not approved. The Issue Date in the Footer Section of this document is the date of the APPROVAL of the Policy and the Current Version Date is the date of the latest amendment; these fields should be left blank when in draft stage. The document title should...
Resource Producer: Ktunaxa Nation Council
6 years 6 months
Topic Spotlight
2010 / Word
FIRST NATION PARTICIPATION IN DOCUMENT REVIEW SUBMISSION15. The [...] First Nation is committed on working with all parties through the full life cycle of a project including the development of water licenses, notice of work, pre-application documentation, application documentation, mitigation/compensation plans, permitting, and reclamation/closure plans.
6 years 6 months
Topic Spotlight
2011 /
This paper covers several areas. First, it reviews a number of general internet applications such as the world wide web, email, file transfer, instant messaging and chat, and videoconferencing.For each application, a short description of the application and its usefulness and importance is given. Following this, a description of the typical bandwidth (speed) requirements for the application is...
Found in: Connectivity | Operations
6 years 6 months
Topic Spotlight
2010 /
Executive SummaryThis report paints a picture of First Nations and Inuit community-based broadband networks and information and communication technologies in Canada. It highlights the very different levels of broadband infrastructure and connectivity that exist across the country. Even at the end of the first decade of the 21st century, many of these communities remain unserved or underserved...
Author(s): Rob McMahon, PhD Candida te, Simon Fraser University Dr. Susan O’Donnell, University of New Brunswick Dr. Richard Smith, Simon Fraser University Jason Woodman Simmonds, PhD Candidate, University of New Brunswick Brian Walmark, Keewaytinook Okimakanak
6 years 6 months
Topic Spotlight
2011 / Power Point PDF
A Power Point presentation by Clean Energy BC regarding clean energy opportunities for First Nations. 

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