LNG Canada is building the largest private-sector investment project in Canadian history at Kitimat, BC. The $40 billion project was approved in October.
Feasibility study for a hotel/convention centre proposed for Fort St. John.
Project Summary: Development of a Gitanyow Cultural Resource Inventory and Tourism Strategy.
Final documentation of a Trail and Recreation Plan for the Boston Bar First Nations.
Chawathil-Ts'qo strategy development, planning and follow through for their Economic Development Corporation.
A paper which considers opportunities for First Nations communities to implement taxation policies in the interests of sovereignty and self-determination.
British Columbia's new government has asked for an independent review of the Site C dam project to determine the economic feasibility of such a large dam. Construction will continue during the review.
The renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) will allow First Nations to have a say in Canada's economic development.
The BC Assembly of First Nations has signed a memorandum of understanding with the BC Business Council around an economic development partnership that would work towards a remedy to the negative economic and social outcomes faced by First Nations in BC.
The Stz'uminus First Nation has started construction on a new town in the community of Oyster Bay. When completed, this first phase of construction will include retail and office buildings, a gas station, hotel, and residential area.