BCAFN Black Books

June 14, 2019By Annette SchroeterAnnouncement No Comments

BCAFN BLACK BOOK: FIRST NATIONS ECONOMIC SUSTAINABILITY ROADMAP Volume 1 BCAFN BLACK BOOK: INDIGENOUS LEADERS’ BUSINESS PARTNERSHIP ROADMAP Volume 2 BCAFN BLACK BOOK: INDIGENOUS BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION ROADMAP Volume 3 BCAFN BLACK BOOK: INDIGENOUS ENTREPRENEURS ROADMAP Volume 4    

NEW BCAFN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT VIDEOS

April 11, 2019By Annette SchroeterAnnouncement

A series of five videos were produced on themes from economic development during the BCAFN Business Forum 2019. Watch the videos: First Nations Business Forum 2019 First Nations Women in Business First Nations Economic Development Economic Development and First Nations Rights and Title Regional Chief Teegee and Economic Development   Producer: Andreas Krebs of Resonant Strategic … Read More

BCAFN YOUTH FORUM – March 29 – 31, 2019

March 18, 2019By Annette SchroeterAnnouncement

The BC Assembly of First Nations (BCAFN) Youth Representatives will be hosting a Youth Forum on March 29-31, 2019 at the Westin Wall Centre, Vancouver Airport, 3099 Corvette Way, in Richmond, BC. The session is intended to bring together BC First Nations Youth to dialogue around priorities and strategic approaches with respect to advocating and … Read More

First Nations’ National Guardians Gathering: Indigenous Leadership Initiative – Save the Date March 12 & 13!

February 5, 2019By Annette SchroeterAnnouncement

Save the Date! Date: March 12 and 13, 2019 Location: Vancouver, British Columbia On behalf of the Indigenous Leadership Initiative (ILI) and the British Columbia Assembly of First Nations (BCAFN), in partnership with Environment and Climate Change Canada, we are pleased to announce the First Nations’ National Guardians Gathering to be held in Vancouver, British … Read More

Indigenous Intern Leadership Program

December 18, 2018By Annette SchroeterAnnouncement

Winter 2018 The Indigenous Intern Leadership Program, made possible by the BC Assembly of First Nations and the Business Council of British Columbia through their joint Champions Table, brings together qualifying recent Indigenous Graduates with BC employers for two-year work opportunities. This program provides an opportunity for an Indigenous graduate to hold meaningful employment within … Read More