The New Relationship vision, the Transformative Change Accord (TCA) and the Métis Nation Relationship Accord (MNRA) embody government’s commitment to closing the socio-economic gaps that exist between Aboriginal people and other British Columbians.
The Province reports progress made under the Accords through reporting on
- New Relationship
- Aboriginal Women and Girls
- Community Engagement
- Economic and Business Development
- Urban and Off-Reserve Aboriginals
- Other areas of interest
New Relationships with Aboriginal People and Communities in British Columbia – Annual Report on Progress, which spans the fiscal year, reports on the partnerships between the province, First Nations, Métis and Aboriginal people and organizations to improve social and economic outcomes for Aboriginal people across B.C.
Highlights of their collective efforts include
- Foundational achievements
- Strategies for the future
- Plans and strategies being implemented
- Community perspectives
Annual Progress reports:
- 2012 - 2013 Progress Report
- 2011 - 2012 Progress Report
- 2010 - 2011 Progress Report
- 2009 - 2010 Progress Report
- 2008 - 2009 Progress Report
- 2007 - 2008 Progress Report
- 2006 Progress Report - Vol. 1, Issue 2
- 2006 Progress Report - Vol. 1, Issue 1
- Toward a New Era of Reconciliation with First Nations: A Progress Report June 2004
The Measuring Outcomes report addresses a provincial commitment to track the social and economic outcomes of Aboriginal people in B.C. in order to measure progress toward closing the socio-economic gaps that exist between Aboriginal people and other British Columbians.
- New Relationships with Aboriginal people and Communities in British Columbia: Measuring Outcomes - 2011-2012
Updates from the Ministry of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation.
- The New Relationship Review – Minister Abbott's Newsletter – Summer 2010
Includes renaming of Haida Gwaii, signing a final agreement with three of the Treaty 8 First Nations, Four Host First Nations Day and more.
- The New Relationship Review – Minister de Jong's Newsletter – Spring 2009
Includes B.C. Treaty Momentum, the First-Ever B.C. Aboriginal Business Awards Honour Achievements in Business, and more.
- The New Relationship Review – Minister de Jong's Newsletter – Summer/Fall 2008
Includes Maa-nulth Final Agreement tour, Aboriginal Leaders gathering, NAIG 2008, and more.
- The New Relationship Review – Minister de Jong's Newsletter – Spring 2008
Includes the Musqueam Reconciliation, Settlement and Benefits Agreement, support for the Stehiyáq Healing and Wellness Village, the Economic Benefits Agreement between the Province of British Columbia and four Treaty 8 First Nations, and more.
- The New Relationship Review – Special Edition 2007
Includes a review of six First Nations who achieved historical treaty success in 2007.
- Discussion Paper on Instructions for Implementing the New Relationship – 2005
In 2005 the Province and the First Nations Leadership Council entered into a New Relationship based on respect, recognition and accommodation of aboriginal title and rights; respect for each others respective laws and responsibilities; and for the reconciliation of Aboriginal and Crown titles and jurisdictions. The parties agreed to establish new processes and institutions for shared decision-making regarding land and resources and for revenue and benefit sharing.
- Treaty Settlement Land: The Fiscal Impacts on Local Government – October 24, 2005
Report by Peter Adams, Victoria Consulting Network Ltd.
- Improving the Treaty Process, Report of the Tripartite Working Group – May 2002
Ideas to address the recommendations made by the Treaty Commission’s 2001 annual report.
- Social and Economic Impacts of Aboriginal Land Claims Settlements: A Case Study Analysis December 1995.
The Benefits and Costs of Treaty Settlements in British Columbia March 1996.
- The Report of the British Columbia Claims Task Force – June 28, 1991
The Report of the British Columbia Claims Task Force by The First Nations of British Columbia, The Government of British Columbia and The Government of Canada.
- Minister's Advisory Council for Aboriginal Women (MACAW) – Annual Report - January 2013
- Collaboration to End Violence National Aboriginal Women's Forum Report on Outcomes and Recommendations from Working Sessions - July 2011
- Aboriginal Affairs Working Group Report – 2010
A Framework for Action in Education, Economic Development and Violence Against Aboriginal Women & Girls prepared by the Aboriginal Affairs Working Group.
- Aboriginal Employment Community Engagement Summary Report – 2009
This summary report provides information on best practices and gaps in current Aboriginal employment programming in British Columbia, as provided by a variety of Aboriginal employment stakeholders in focus groups, interviews and surveys that took place in November and December 2008.
- Evaluations for the Economic Measures Fund – November 15, 2005
Evaluation of the EMF, established by the Ministry of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation to build First Nations economic/business development capacity, increase First Nation’s participation in mainstream economic initiatives and improve the investment climate in B.C.
- Financial & Economic Analysis of Treaty Settlements in B.C. & Appendices - March 1999
- Improving Employment Outcomes for Off-Reserve Aboriginal Peoples Protocol Agreement – Signed October 29, 2014. The protocol supports the Off-Reserve Aboriginal Action Plan to better the lives of Aboriginal people and places a strong focus on education, training and jobs.
- Off-Reserve Aboriginal Action Plan (ORAAP) Year-end Report - 2013/14 - With the theme of "jobs, training and youth" emerging as a key community priority in 2012/13 the focus of the OORAP work for 2013/14 embraced transition from planning to action.
- Off-Reserve Aboriginal Action Plan (ORAAP) Year-end Report - 2012/13 - This document summarizes the 2012/13 Off-Reserve Aboriginal Action Plan Year End Report and highlights the successes of the Off-Reserve Aboriginal Action Plan.
- The New Relationship: Opportunities for Local Governments – September 2007
Includes progress of The New Relationship and the advancements that are beginning to close gaps and shape a bright future for all British Columbians.