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The First Nations Public Service Secretariat’s (FNPSS) mission is to strengthen and enhance capacity in First Nations communities and organizations, on an individual, organization, and Nation level.

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The First Nations Public Service Secretariat (FNPSS) supports BC First Nation communities and organizations across the core public service sectors as they pursue excellence in their own governments and administrations.

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News & Featured Events

Webinar Wednesdays: “The Power of Our Data” – Recording and presentations now available!

April 14, 2021

The full webinar recording and presentations from FNPSS’ latest Webinar Wednesdays event, entitled “The Power of Our Data”, is now available! Date: Wednesday, April 14, 2021Time: 10:30am – 12:00pm PSTVirtual…

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FNPSS Virtual Services

March 1, 2021

Does your community or organization require virtual hosting services or Zoom training to keep up with this rapidly changing online world? FNPSS can help! At the beginning of the COVID-19…

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Check out FNPSS’ new events calendar!

March 1, 2021

Are you interested in what events FNPSS and our partner organizations have coming up? Check out our revamped Events Calendar – a hub for organizations to promote training and events…

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Upcoming Featured Events


"Speakers sharing on timely, relevant topics as advertised."

Participant at Virtual Engagement and Decision Making Webinar

“The panel of speakers, both were very knowledgeable and provided great information.”

Participant at Reopening Offices and Returning to Work

“First Nations sharing their experience with other First Nations.”

Participant at Continuing Capital Projects During COVID-19

“Hearing about the achievements and challenges of FN communities when facing COVID-19.”

Participant at Outbreak! Lessons Learned from BC First Nations

“Speakers from the communities with their experience, leadership and messages to help our nation prepare for all emergencies.”

Participant at Outbreak! Lessons Learned from BC First Nations

“The people who were panelists were very thorough and used real life experiences to answer the questions.”

Participant at Outbreak! Lessons Learned from BC First Nations

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Don't miss out on the second of #FNPSS' Well Being Fund Knowledge Sharing Sessions this Wednesday, May 5 at 10:30am! This virtual session on measuring wellness will ask: "What are indicators and why do they matter?"

Register now!

If you want to learn more about making your website a more effective communication tool, then our next Stream In webinar is for you! Please join us on May 4, from 10:00 am-11:30 am PST to learn Website Best Practices for Effective Communication!

Staring May 4, #FNPSS is inviting #BCFirstNations to participate in online dialogue sessions about the ways that we can support First Nations to strengthen their admin & governance capacity. Learn more and register for a session: We thank you in advance.

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