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The South Island Prosperity Project is built on teamwork from municipalities, companies, institutions, as well as Songhees and Tsawout First Nations

New agreement between Northumberland County and Alderville First Nation on solid waste management, Ontario

Service agreement signed for Rolling River First Nation’s new urban reserve in Headingley (Manitoba)

Fort William First Nation and City of Thunder Bay work together in Community Economic Development Iniative

Markham signs partnership with Eabametoong First Nation

Kawacatoose First Nation and City of Moose Jaw sign Municipal Service Agreement for urban reserve

What are ‘urban reserves’ and how have they helped boost our local economies?

Aamjiwnaang First Nation members laid the foundation for an improved working relationship with the City of Sarnia, Ontario

The District of Chetwynd, Salteau First Nations, and West Moberly First Nations work towards Little Prairie Community Forest project

Current progress on Semiahmoo First Nation receiving water from City of Surrey

Westbank First Nation and West Kelowna sign 15-year fire services agreement

Tk’emlups Indian Band looking to partner with City of Kamloops to protect archeological sites

Indigenous communities and local governments are power partners

Support for First Nations economic development in City of Brandon

Curve Lake First Nation & Hiawatha First Nation awarded Milestone #1 in Partners in Climate Protection

Business Vancouver: Overview of cooperation between Tla’amin First Nation and City of Powell River

Case Study: Municipal Service Agreements Underpin First Nation’s Economic Development

Case study of service agreement between Lil’wat First Nation and Village of Pemberton

Case study of service agreement process between Katzie First Nation and Pitt Meadows

Cariboo Regional District and City of Williams Lake – Local Governments and First Nations Working Together

The Northern Rockies Regional Municipality (NRRM) and the Fort Nelson First Nation – Laying the Groundwork for Success