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Ministry of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation

MEARES ISLAND – British Columbia and Ahousaht First Nation celebrated the start of a powerful new economic partnership.
SECHELT – The provincial government and the shíshálh Nation have achieved three agreements that provide the foundation for lasting reconciliation and a strong collaborative working relationship.
ENDERBY – Thanks to support from British Columbia’s First Nations Clean Energy Business Fund, the Splatsin is focused on forming a clean energy strategy to create a more environmentally and economically sustainable community.
PORT ALBERNI – The Huu-ay-aht First Nations have the support of British Columbia’s First Nations Clean Energy Business Fund to explore a potential hydroelectric facility along the Sarita River, part of its territory on the west coast of Vancouver Island.
VANDERHOOF – Employment skills training courses offered in three First Nations communities are supporting Aboriginal people in becoming job-ready for British Columbia’s growing liquefied natural gas (LNG) and natural resource sectors.
VICTORIA – Through the expertise of the Royal BC Museum, the Province is beginning a conversation with interested Aboriginal peoples in B.C. to co-create a plan to help identify and return ancestral remains and belongings of cultural significance.
VICTORIA – British Columbia’s First Peoples’ Cultural Council is using innovative technology to make over 100 First Nations languages available on mobile devices.
Reconciliation is a word that is often used, but is not always fully understood.
VICTORIA – Reconciliation is at the heart of National Aboriginal Day, and the Haisla Nation turned the word into action this year through a partnership with the B.C. government, North Growth Foundation, and Reconciliation Canada.
VICTORIA – British Columbia is leading the way in creating conversations on reconciliation by partnering with Reconciliation Canada and the Academy of System Change to create a new program that will help leaders live, work and breathe values that promote respect and understanding between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people.
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