The CCP Handbook breaks down comprehensive community planning into manageable stages for BC communities ready to tackle the planning process. You will find step-by-step descriptions of the entire process, and read about lessons learned by BC First Nations who have tested various approaches to community planning. The handbook includes practical tools to encourage community involvement and develop the plan based on the community’s vision and goals. The final section includes funding, educational and planning resources to support the development and implementation of your community’s plan.
This Guide to Planning and Reporting Standards captures some of the key learnings of First Nations communities that are leading the way in planning and reporting in British Columbia. It aims to bring forward emerging standards associated with planning and reporting in First Nations communities. These standards will make it possible for First Nations to truly focus on what is important to their community and Nation.
Offer funding to communities, organizations, individuals and language groups in two areas: Arts Grants: Emerging Individual Artists, Organizations and Collectives, Sharing Traditional Arts, and Aboriginal Arts Administrator Internships; Language Grants: B.C. First Nations' communities/governments/bands/Tribal Councils, Aboriginal Cultural, Language and Education Centres (e.g. Friendship Centres).