We're going to First Nations Land Governance and Economic Development Conference October 11-13. Hope to see you there!
The First Nations Land Governance and Economic Development Conference at the Dakota Dunes Casino in Whitecap, Saskatchewan on October 11-13, is the place to be for communities that are a part of the Framework Agreement on First Nations Land...Read More
Northern Ontario First Nations Environment Conference in Thunder Bay, October 4th to 6th We’re going! Are you?
Left to right, Little Pine Chief Wayne Semaganis, Prince Albert Grand Council (PAGC) Vice Chief Joseph Tsannie, FSIN Chief Bobby Cameron, PAGC Vice Chief Brian Hardlotte, FSIN Vice Chief E. Dutch Lerat, PAGC Grand Chief Ron Michel. Photo credit:...Read More
We're off and running with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) and Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) - ASAP!!!Read More
Check Your Pocket
The Caribou has been a Canadian icon since appearing on our quarters in 1936. But the Caribou on your quarter is in trouble in many parts of Canada, especially where their forest habitat is disturbed or fragmented.
$10,000 Funding for Indigenous communities on Self-Governance & Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC)
What is the ‘Self-Governance and Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) Fund about?
The purpose of this fund is to create or strengthen existing dialogue between Indigenous communities and corporations with respect to Indigenous rights and...Read More
Caribou horns of a dilemma: put time, money and energy into developing indigenous environmental monitoring efforts
stick to hiring outside technical consulting firms?
Indigenous Environmental Monitoring: Why Bother?
When big infrastructure...Read More
What is the Aboriginal Fund for Species at Risk?
The Aboriginal Fund for Species at Risk (AFSAR) aims to help Indigenous nations build capacity to participate in the conservation and recovery of species and habitats. Established in 2004-2005,...Read More
What is the ‘Keepers of the Earth Fund’ about?
- Keepers of the Earth Funds are intended to preserve, control, utilize, leverage, retain, create and increase indigenous assets (e.g. land, culture, language, kinship networks, subsistence activities...