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Case study
In 2017, CEDI staff visited one of the partnerships located in western Quebec. Through CEDI (Phase 1), Kebaowek First Nation (formerly Eagle Village First Nation), the Town of Témiscaming and the Municipality of Kipawa developed a tripartite friendship, agreed to pursue a shared tourism strategy and started to explore a coordinated approach to regional economic development.
  • Economic development
  • Indigenous partnerships
Tool
Are you interested in First Nations — municipal collaboration?
  • Indigenous partnerships
Tool
Use these templates to guide the development of a service agreement in your community.
  • Indigenous partnerships
  • Waste
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Download, share or print this quick-reference guide to the Stronger Together toolkit to begin a discussion on First Nation-municipal collaboration.
  • Economic development
  • Indigenous partnerships
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Confused by the web of laws and policies surrounding joint land use planning? Our document will help you properly navigate them.
  • Economic development
  • Indigenous partnerships
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The Stronger Together Toolkit offers step-by-step guidance on how First Nations and municipalities can find new ways to work together for mutual prosperity. 
  • Economic development
  • Indigenous partnerships
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First Nations and municipalities all across Canada have access to numerous funding resources to support their economic development projects.
  • Economic development
  • Indigenous partnerships
This partnership has taken a regional approach to First Nation-Municipal Collaboration, bringing two First Nations, two townships, a regional government, and an economic development corporation together. These partners will participate in CEDI between 2017–2020.
  • Economic development
  • Indigenous partnerships
2019 Federation of Canadian Municipalities