Archive for June, 2018

Lands Advisory Board Annual General Meeting Documents

Recorded Live Stream Videos

Meeting Agenda

Draft Memorandum of Understanding on Funding

May 2017 Special Meeting Resolution

Current vs Proposed Operational Funding

Framework Agreement Amendments Presentation

Framework Agreement Summary

Amendment No.6 – Framework Agreement on First Nations Land Management

Training, Mentoring & Professional Development Schedule 2018-2019

LAB and FNLMRC – Strategic Business Plan 2018-2023

History of Land Code Votes 1997-2018

Land Code Vote Percentages

Framework Agreement – First Nations Summary

The Lands Advisor Newsletter – July 2017

The Lands Advisor Newsletter – October 2017

The Lands Advisor Newsletter – February 2018

The Lands Advisor Newsletter – May 2018

LAB Corporate Brochure

LAB Rules and Procedures

Land Code Conflict Resolution Proposal Presentation, by Grand Chief Steven Point

Speaking Notes from CIRNA Senior Assistant Deputy Minister Joe Wild

Reimbursement Request – Excel Version   PDF Version


Brunswick House First Nation Employment Opportunity – Forester Internship

Job Description: Participate in 7 Forest Management Plans (FMP) annually over the next
3 years; Participate in the Enhanced Sustainable Forest Licence Process on behalf of
Brunswick House First Nation (BHFN); Conserving BHFN’s federal land forests; continue
to build healthy relationships between BHFN and the Ontario Ministry of Natural
Resources and Forestry; Assist Lands Manager on past, present and future consultation
requests from Industry, proponents and government; Work with BHFN’s Economic
Development Department as it pertains to Forest Management Planning; Conduct site
visits with forest companies on areas such as new and existing gravel pits, road
construction,culverts, bridges and roads; work with BHFN Lands Manager on building a
new Timber Management Forest Plan for Mountbatten location; Engage in forest
management and strategic planning for BHFN forestry assets; Explore business to
business initiatives with key industry partners; Ensure forestry companies are in
compliance with BHFN’s standards; and Protect BHFN’s traditional Eco-logical
knowledge as it pertains to forestry (Cultural Land Values).

For full job posting CLICK HERE