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*POSTPONED** Tl’azt’en Nation Begins Comprehensive Community Planning Process

By March 24, 2021July 2nd, 2021No Comments

PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED. Please check back for updates.

Dear Members,

Chief and Council is excited to announce the official launch of our comprehensive community planning (CCP) process. Our goal is to work with all our member to create a roadmap for our future. The final CCP document will guide our governance and future Tl’azt’en Nation Chief and Councils. It will help guide us in carrying out projects and programs in a way that aligns with our Nation’s vision, values, and interests.

We expect this process to take us approximately two years. As elected members of your government, we are committed to making sure that we hear from as many of you throughout this planning. In the coming weeks and months, we will be hosting community events and reaching out to our members to hear what you have to say. We encourage you to help us put a good plan together by getting involved and making your voice heard. Please take a look at this web page for more information and opportunities to engage in our ongoing planning.

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

Tl’azt’en Nation Chief and Council

Take the CPP Kick-Off Survey:

Take the CPP Kick-Off Survey

Share your initial thoughts on our survey and be entered into a draw. Hard copies can be picked up at the Education Centre or Natural Resources/Social Development Complex.

We’re arranging for people to go door-to-door after the Easter weekend to collect responses from Elders, people with disabilities, or those who may not have internet access.

Virtual CCP Workshop for Tl’azt’en Members (On Zoom)

Join us and be entered into a draw for door prizes!

Wednesday, March 31, 2021 | 2:00 to 5:30 pm RSVP

Author, speaker, and community leader Elaine Alec ( Secwepemc Nation ) will share with us what a CCP process is all about. As a former community planner for her own Nation, the Secwepemc with more than 20 years experience working with First Nations, Elaine knows first-hand how to create successful CCPs and why they’re important.

To register, please email Help us prevent spam – please don’t share the Zoom link publicly on social media.

CCP Community Notice Click here to view the community notice about the CCP process.

Contacts For More Information:

Renata Monk

Georgina Alexis