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Ministry of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation

PRINCE GEORGE – As British Columbia’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry develops, demand for workers is expected to increase dramatically.
PRINCE GEORGE – The start of a new government-to-government relationship between the Province, the Carrier Sekani Tribal Council and seven Carrier Sekani First Nations will increase social and economic well-being for the First Nation communities.
TSAKIS (PORT HARDY) – The Ministry of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation and the Kwakiutl Indian Band have signed a Letter of Intent to establish a process for building a stronger relationship, with an emphasis on forming a mutual understanding of the 1851 Douglas Treaty.
MORICETOWN – A series of new community-based job skills training courses will provide greater access to sustainable employment for members of the Moricetown Band. The training will focus primarily on jobs related to the growing liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry.
NORTH VANCOUVER – The British Columbia government is investing $2.7 million to ensure more First Nations people in the Lower Mainland have greater access to skills and trades training for LNG jobs.
VICTORIA – The B.C. government and the Tsilhqot’in National Government have signed a letter of intent (LOI) outlining the next steps for reconciliation discussions.
KITIMAT – A land transfer agreement with the Province supports new cultural, social and economic opportunities for the Haisla Nation, while advancing reconciliation with the First Nation.
TERRACE – A total of 278 First Nations people will benefit from $4-million in new funding to help them become job ready for the liquefied natural gas (LNG) sector.
VICTORIA – ‘Namgis First Nation will see benefits from proposed treaty lands early, thanks to an innovative agreement that supports both reconciliation with ‘Namgis and forestry operations on northern Vancouver Island.
BURNS LAKE – The Wet'suwet'en First Nation will explore potential clean energy opportunities and ways of reducing energy use through the development of a new community energy plan.
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