TALSAA’s External resource webpage is an excellent online resource for First Nation communities who are looking to develop and manage their land resources. Below we share external resources for First Nation land managers to utilize, please note that by clicking on an external link you will be re-directed to a third-party website that is not TALSAAs.
Access to TALSAAs members portal requires a membership and you can find out how to join by visiting our Membership Section.
Shared Value Solutions | Prosperity. Stewardship. Jurisdiction.
Who we are
Shared Value Solutions is an environmental and community development consulting firm with staff serving First Nation, Métis and Inuit Nations from coast, to coast, to coast. Our team works alongside Indigenous Nations across Canada, providing technical guidance, regulatory advice, peer reviews, planning, and negotiation strategy in relation to major resource development projects. We are a company of Indigenous and non-Indigenous environmental, cultural heritage, planning and regulatory experts committed to braiding Indigenous Knowledge with western science to further our clients’ goals of prosperity, stewardship and jurisdiction.
We are committed to a future where everyone can share prosperity, exercise their rights, and live in balance with the lands and waters that sustain us. We work to support the self-determined path of Indigenous Nations in making that future a reality.
Lands Advisory Board - First Nations Land Management Resource Centre
Who We Are
A First Nations organization dedicated to serving and supporting First Nations communities who want to re-establish control over their lands, natural resources, and environment through the historic government-to-government Framework Agreement on First Nation Land Management.
What We Do
The RC is dedicated to supporting First Nations communities, when invited, in the following ways:
- Intergovernmental Relations in support of the Framework Agreement on First Nation Land Management’s ongoing implementation
- Training, resources, and support services for signatory First Nations as they develop and implement their community land codes
- Providing information to interested First Nations
Government of Canada
The Government of Canada has a duty to consult, and where appropriate, accommodate Indigenous groups when it considers conduct that might adversely impact potential or established Aboriginal or treaty rights.
Indigenous Services Canada
Programs and legislation about reserve land, land management, environmental stewardship, financial management and the professional land management certification program.
- First Nations Land Management
- Additions to Reserve
- Treaty Land Entitlement
- Land Registration
- First Nations Fiscal Management
- Reserve Lands and Environment Management Program (RLEMP)
- Contaminated Sites Management Program
- Indigenous Centre of Expertise for Cumulative Effects Assessment and Management
- Professional Land Management Certification Program
- Designation and Surrender: Interim Bulletin for Chapter 5, Land Management Manual
- Locatee Lease Policy and Directive