Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources (CIER)
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"The training and collaborative planning process spanned 18 months. CIER provided four, week-long training sessions in Winnipeg on the key steps, process, and methods of the planning process. These training sessions occurred approximately every 4 months. During the interim, the First Nation planners participating in the project worked with their communities on the relevant steps (e.g. developing a community vision; determining priorities; etc.). CIER provided remote, and in-community support during these months as needed."
"A summary of the community planning experiences of some First Nations, Inuit and Northern communities across Canada. Although their circumstances were different, all the communities were faced with a need for significant change that required comprehensive thinking and planning for the future. Using a case study approach, the knowledge and experience of 30 communities can be shared with others who may face similar challenges."
Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada (AFOA)
"This course focuses on best practices and case studies in Comprehensive Community Planning (CCP) and covers the history and evolution of CCP; exploring indigenous principles; and current models and insights from First Nations who have completed CCP."