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FIRST NATIONS

EnviroConsult Inc. has compiled Environmental Management Frameworks and developed Public Consultation Plans for First Nations Peoples in Canada, Mexico and Columbia. We are dedicated to respecting and representing the different tribal customs and beliefs and incorporating them into our report writing where appropriate. Understanding and recording Traditional Knowledge is a challenge we embrace, and we are committed to genuinely representing Indigenous and Ethnic communities.

Indigenous and Black Communities in Colombia, South America
Developed a Community Participation Workshop for Indigenous and Black Communities in Colombia S.A. for the Colombian Ministries of the Environment (MMA), Mines and Energy (MME), and the Interior (MI), and related and state-owned energy and mining corporations. An important component of the project involved establishing a set of guidelines and procedures for public consultation to be applied during the environmental review and approval process for hydrocarbon and mining sector development projects.

Tsuu T'ina First Nation, Calgary Alberta Canada
Provided guidance to a consulting firm during the development of a draft Environmental Management Framework (EMF) for the Tsuu T'ina First Nation. Following development of the draft outline, contribution included working in an advisory role until the final EMF document was completed.

Alexis First Nation, North-Central Alberta Canada
Developed an Environmental Management Framework (EMF) for the Alexis First Nation northwest of Edmonton Alberta. The project involved developing a series of goal statements based on Band requirements, identifying concerns, issues, and preferences, and developing a working framework to ensure that environmental considerations are taken into account in decision making.

Driftpile First Nation, North-Central Alberta Canada
Developed an Environmental Management Framework (EMF) for the Driftpile First Nation on the southern shores of Lesser Slave Lake in north-central Alberta. The project involved developing a series of goal statements based on Band requirements, identifying concerns, issues, and preferences, and developing a working framework to ensure that environmental considerations were taken into account during the decision making process.

Ktunaxa/Kinbasket Tribal Council, Cranbrook, British Columbia Canada
Project managed an Initial Environmental Evaluation for the proposed St. Eugene Mission Resort Project near Cranbrook, British Columbia for the St. Mary's Indian Band. Project involved compiling baseline information on the site and evaluating potential impacts expected from the proposed development. The project also provided recommendations on mitigation, and listed residual impacts.

Columbia Lake Indian Band
Project managed an Initial Environmental Evaluation for a proposed Lakeside Resort Development in Windermere, British Columbia for the Columbia Lake Indian Band. The project involved meeting with Columbia Lake Indian Band members and government officials, collecting and compiling resource information, and describing potential impacts and mitigative measures.