Tuesday, May 23, 2017
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Govern Your Traditional Lands


The last decade has seen monumental changes in the political, economic and legal landscape. Your nation requires a strategy that addresses these changes and accomplishes your goals regarding land, resources and self-governance. You can build the capacity to address activities on your traditional territories if you know what you want and organize so that you can meaningfully engage the Crown and negotiate with industry.

The Centre for First Nations Governance (CFNG) offers two workshops that can help your leaders, administrators, and citizens develop a strategy to govern your traditional lands.


Community Forum: Governing Traditional Lands

Where have we come from, where are we now and what can we do to include our traditional territories in our governance? This forum is for all citizens and starts with setting the context for governing your traditional territories. A day and a half of guided dialogue allows your citizens to identify issues and opportunties, and contribute to a plan for the future. Read More