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CCP Virtual Visioning Dec 6 & 7 2021

By December 3, 2021No Comments

’Alhgoh ’uts’ut’én (We all work together)

Building on in community discussions in November

During the pandemic it has been challenging to bring our community together physically. A planning meeting was held in person in Tache on November 17 and 18. Due to technical challenges at that time, online participation was not possible. This virtual session (via Zoom) is being held to ensure that those who were unable to join online last month can participate now, and to maximise the opportunity for Members living both in and away from community to participate.

Meeting Objectives

Community planning is an important tool to support our community in building the capacity we need to make decisions about the future of Tl’azt’en Nation. The planning process is a way for our Nation to work together to plan for our future in a way that reflects our unique needs and values. Creating a CCP will help our Nation establish a vision for our future and decide how to create and implement projects and programs to achieve our vision.

As part of this planning process, the main objectives of this meeting are

  1. Vision: To continue visioning together our future.
  2. Values: To identify values that will help to guide our Tl’azt’en CCP.
  3. Priorities: To continue identifying priorities and the ways we want to bring about desired change.
  4. Process: To gather ideas about our planning process so that we build our plan in a way that respects our Dakelh culture and language and engages as many of our community members as possible.

Please ask your community contacts, clients, staff, and yourself, to make time to attend these important sessions.

We are asking attendees to register for the meeting: CCP Virtual Visioning the registration is good for both the Dec 6 & 7 sessions. Please forward this link freely, we want as many community members to participate as possible.

View the Agenda for the upcoming December 6 and 7 CCP Visioning Sessions

If you have questions about the session, contact Renata Monk at