Like trees growing from the root, First Nations administrations must work together to build a solid foundation to move toward self-determination for their communities. In FNPSS’ first-in-person Conference since 2019, we invite delegates from all BC First Nation administrations, First Nations leadership, and those from First Nations service organizations and government to join us for a thought-provoking two days that will explore the theme of “Taking Root,” inspired by the cedar tree: the tree of life. As a symbol of strength, protection, resilience, and longevity, the cedar tree represents our innate human desire to establish deep roots and connections within ourselves, our communities, and the natural world. Through a series of keynote plenaries, workshops, and networking and partnership opportunities, we’ll delve into the many ways a strong foundation for collective growth in First Nations governance and administration can be cultivated. Join us as we focus on building and gaining the capacity to have strong grounded governance systems, and people to bring them to life.
- November 22
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FNPSS supports First Nations communities and organizations in BC as they pursue excellence in capacity building and development.
Applications are now open for the 2023 First Nations Well Being Fund!
For additional details on each funding stream and eligibility, and to apply: https://ow.ly/lSZ750PO29b
Register now for the 2023 FNPSS Conference – Taking Root!
To support BC First Nations public service, FNPSS offers paid registration, travel, and accommodation for two delegates per BC First Nation.
Calling all Band Managers, CAOs and Executive Directors – mark your calendars! FNPSS’ Foundations of First Nations Administration (FFNA) course is being offered once again, beginning in August 2023.
For more information: https://ow.ly/BKig50OLHNG
Registration is now open for the 2023 FNPSS Annual Conference – Taking Root!
Join us for a thought-provoking two days to explore how First Nations governance administrations are "Taking Root."
Interested in learning about some of our facilitators for this year? Read on to find out more!