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The Accountability Cycle - Program Accountability [First Nation Financial Planning, FNFP]

Publisher: 
First Nation Financial Planning
Year of publication: 
2012

Program Directors are accountable for the responsible management of their program within the budget as allocated. They are accountable to the Band Council for delivering programs in accordance with policy duly approved by Council or set out within a funding arrangement. They are also accountable to clients for the quality of service provided.

The Budgetary Cycle - Mid-Year & Year-End Reports [First Nation Financial Planning, FNFP]

Publisher: 
First Nation Financial Planning
Year of publication: 
2012

In addition to the regular reporting of expenditures and variance, the mid-year and year-end reports contain more than just financial information. Programs are required to report on progress on Program Work Plans and the Capital Plan. Program Directors present these semi-annual reports to Chief and Council outlining financial and program status.

Quarterly Planning Items [First Nation Financial Planning, FNFP]

Publisher: 
First Nation Financial Planning
Year of publication: 
2012

First Nation Financial Planning

Monthly Planner by Quarter [First Nation Financial Planning, FNFP]

Publisher: 
First Nation Financial Planning
Year of publication: 
2012

Link to monthly planner

Glossary [First Nation Financial Planning, FNFP]

Publisher: 
First Nation Financial Planning
Year of publication: 
2012

Link to glossary of terms

Welcome to the First Nation Fiscal Planning Calendar [First Nation Financial Planning, FNFP]

Publisher: 
First Nation Financial Planning
Year of publication: 
2012

There are not many groups in Canada that have the unique government-to-government relationship that First Nations share with Canada. This meant there were very few products available to help First Nations deal with financial issues. That is, until now. This fiscal planning aid has been developed specifically for First Nations governments and organizations like yours. The goal of the Fiscal Planning Calendar and its components is to help you to balance fiscal pressures from your communities and funding agencies by following a simple process.

ABORIGINAL YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAM (AYEP)

Publisher: 
Martin Family Initiative (MFI)
Year of publication: 
2019

AYEP seeks to help Indigenous youth develop the attitudes and skills necessary to achieve success in secondary school, the workplace, during post-secondary education or training, and in daily life. The curriculum teaches students to develop entrepreneurial opportunities that can lead to business ownership. They gain an introduction to business that will help them prepare for the working world regardless of their choice of career.

2008 & 2009 Economic Development Office: Indian Residential School Survivors Financial Management Workshop [Pabineau First Nation]

Publisher: 
Pabineau First Nation
Year of publication: 
2009

Two day workshop that focused on personal fiances, banking, investing, budgeting, wills and estates, frauds and scams.

Finance Department [Membertou First Nation]

Publisher: 
Membertou First Nation

"Over the past number of years, Membertou has grown both economically and financially. Over the past 11 years, Membertou’s budget has grown from 4 million dollars to an incredible 65 million today! With the elimination of all operating deficits, Membertou has ended its fiscal year in a positive cash flow with its 6th consecutive surplus and largest to date. "

Economic Development [Acadia First Nation]

Publisher: 
Acadia First Nation
Year of publication: 
2005

"Enhancing the quality of living for Acadia First Nation members and their families through community and social development."

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