We create tools for First Nations by First Nations to solve experienced problems that groups are facing when up against major projects. The Coalition is a resource that can assist First Nations with this work of being able to uphold their stewardship responsibilities while considering the economic benefits of major projects in their territories.
At the FNMPC, we support these inherent responsibilities and work to develop Indigenous-led resources for our Members and First Nations across Canada to be able to support their needs in addressing their environmental stewardship concerns as they relate to major project development.
The First Nations Major Projects Coalition (FNMPC) is leading the way in developing this new approach. Members of the FNMPC know that, especially in our rural and remote communities, major projects are one of the few development opportunities that could bring meaningful change.
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April 25th and 26th, 2022
The two-day hybrid (in-person and online) event will host Indigenous leaders, industry experts, policymakers, and investors across Canada to highlight carbon reducing examples in four key areas that are either Indigenous-led or have strong potential for industry-government-Indigenous partnership: energy generation & transmission, minerals & materials, finance, and policy/regulation.
“Indigenous leadership in the energy transition”