Occupation of Douglas Creek Estates. GSMacLean, CC BY-SA 4.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0>, via Wikimedia CommonsRead More
What motivates most planners is a deep desire to create spaces for people to live their lives with a sense of community, a sense of home. Balancing the need for houses, businesses, schools and infrastructure with the need for parks, wild spaces,...Read More
Image: A bouquet of background maps - great place to gather information for your planning process!
Gathering existing background information into one place is a great way to start any planning process. For example, if your Indigenous nation is...Read More
Above: First Nation Watershed Map in 3D using wood elevation cutouts - planning can be fun and exciting - and doesn't have to be stuck in dusty reports!
Springtime is planning time! Do you hear that and groan? We all know the value of a good...Read More
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