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In 2016, Enoch Cree Nation and the City of Edmonton became partners with the support of the CEDI program, and began to foster mutual understanding, respect, and trust in order to achieve joint economic development initiatives.
  • Indigenous partnerships
Case study
Over the past three years, Paqtnkek Mi’kmaw Nation and the Municipality of the County of Antigonish have proudly participated in the First Nation-Municipal Community Economic Development Initiative (CEDI) program.
  • Indigenous partnerships
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
FCM awards the Mayor Andrée Boucher Memorial Scholarship to two female college or university students deemed to have submitted the best research paper on a topic related to women in politics. The scholarship is named in honour of the late mayor of Quebec City. 
Tool
This toolkit explores how municipalities across Canada can work to reduce, and eventually eliminate, the leadership gap. Using examples from select municipalities, it provides resources and tools for local action to support women as leaders and agents of change.
  • Women in local government
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These sample Friendship Agreements and Relationship Accords can serve as guidance for drafting your own.
  • Economic development
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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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