A Guide to Aboriginal Organizations and Services in British Columbia is a comprehensive listing of Aboriginal communities, umbrella organizations, treaty offices, tribal councils, treaty governments and more.
Visit the BCStats collection of links for Aboriginal Peoples.
The British Columbia Region webpage of the Indian and Northern Affairs Canada website has information about First Nations in B.C., treaties and self-government, programs and services and doing business with First Nations.
The Ministry of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation website also has information about First Nations, treaties and self-government.
The First Nations in BC Portal was developed by the First Nations Technology Council in partnership with the New Relationship Trust with input from many First Nations communities and organizations. The ideas behind this Portal include collaboration, communications and sharing stories.
Find out about the British Columbia Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres.
There are more than 630 First Nations communities in Canada. The Assembly of First Nations is the national representative organization of the First Nations in Canada.
The mission of the Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs is to improve intertribal relationships through common strategies to protect Aboriginal Title.
The First Nations Summit is comprised of a majority of First Nations and Tribal Councils in B.C. and provides a forum for First Nations in British Columbia to address issues related to treaty negotiations as well as other issues of common concern.
This federal government factsheet provides an overview of economic development in British Columbia.