Wednesday, December 02, 2020




Who participates in this community forum?

Citizens join with leadership and administrators to develop a community vision of effective self-governance.

What is the purpose of this engagement?

The purpose of this forum is to provide citizens with an opportunity to contribute to a common vision of effective self-governance. This event is designed to spark a decision to change.

What will participants learn?

Citizens gain a clear understanding of our inherent rights. Where have we come from and why this is important. Participants learn what effective governance looks like and how the Indian Act is in the way. Your community learns why effective governance is critical and how they can make sure it is part of their inherent right self-governance.

Who delivers the forum?

This forum is delivered by indigenous governance experts that understand First Nation communities, history and law. All material used in the forum is grounded in our legal, academic and community-based research.

How long is the forum?

This forum is delivered over two full days.

Where are sessions held?

The forum takes place in your community. Two facilitators travel to your community and deliver this event to as many as 100 people.

What does it cost?

The costs vary depending on the location of your First Nation. Funding may be available from various agencies. If you are interested in receiving a proposal, email us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)