Financial Management can be a powerful tool in supporting effective governance and economic success in our communities. Find resources geared towards leadership, financial administrators, and community members to strengthen fiscal management, increase accountability and support community prosperity.
Chief and Council: Community Financial Planning & Building Finance Committees
These five pillars of effective governance blend the traditional values of our respective Nations with the modern realities of self-governance. NCFNG uses the principles behind these five pillars to develop and deliver tools and services to assist in rebuilding First Nations. The Centre believes...
Author(s): National Centre for First Nations Governance
A paper which considers opportunities for First Nations communities to implement taxation policies in the interests of sovereignty and self-determination. Includes discussions on Canadian tax policy, current gaps in First Nations tax policy, municipal jurisdiction, and income tax exemption. ...
This resource, from the First Nations Financial Management Board, provides detailed information on the roles and responsibilities held by members of a Finance and Audit Committee (FAC). The FAC oversees the financial reporting and audit functions of a First Nation. It provides forward-thinking...
Author(s): First Nations Financial Management Board