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A report on First Nations submissions to community information exchange sessions held around the province in February and March 1994.

K'omox Band Elder Mary Evenson discusses changes in the Courtenay River Estuary

Provides a review of the Legislative and administrative framework in place for land and water use planning and management. Federal and provincial legislation, governance arrangements, partnerships, and treaties and arrangements with First Nations are…

The findings of a scientific panel's review of forest practices standards, noting the extent to which First Nations' knowledge and interests are addressed in current standards.

A picture book, containing speeches from unknown North American Indian tribes, and from Chief Seattle of the Puget Sound tribes.

The Huu-ay-aht First Nation inhabit the west coast of Vancouver Island and have fished for centuries in their traditional territory. The Huu-ay-aht seek greater protection of local fish stocks, a halt to further habitat destruction and a greater role…

A strategic plan addressing increased First Nations participation in the forest sector of B.C. Planning, training and education, employment, economic development and tenure, and monitoring of participation are covered.

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