The BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centre’s (BCAAFC) is working in partnership with the Department of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) and the Provincial Coordination Team (PCT) to engage with urban Aboriginal people (youth, elders, Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal organizations, government agencies, employers, and the private sector) to help inform the development of a BC Regional Plan. The link to the survey is below and should take 10-15 minutes to complete.
fluidsurveys.com/surveys/aew1/co … ob-survey/

The purpose of this survey is to guide the development of the BC Regional Plan by identifying:
• Current patterns and experiences of urban Aboriginal economic participation across BC;
• Barriers to urban economic participation in specific areas of the province;
• Successful programs and plans and;
• Opportunities to build greater economic participation.

What a waste of taxpayer’s money! The problems are already well-known. They should have spent the money on first nations education and training either in the school system or in another recognized venue.

This is great feedback. I hope that you filled out the online survey. Sounds like you have some input for this survey.