Ministry of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation
The Ministry of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation leads the BC Government in pursuing reconciliation with the First Nations and Aboriginal peoples of British Columbia. Read more... (PDF)
- Consulting First Nations
Guidelines and procedure manuals designed to assist government officials and proponents with meeting consultation obligations with First Nations.
- Aboriginal People
Aboriginal people have distinct cultures, world views, languages and traditions that form a part of the richness of B.C.’s society today.
Reconciliation and agreements focus on closing socio-economic gaps that separate Aboriginal people from other British Columbians.
- New Relationship
Building relationships with Aboriginal people and communities.
- First Nations Negotiations
First Nations engagement, through negotiation, is pivotal to the well being of Aboriginal Interests, businesses and citizens.
- Economic Development
The Province supports Aboriginal entrepreneurs through programs, training and funding.
- Supporting Communities
The Province offers skills and expertise to build capacity and goodwill with First Nations.
- Minister's Advisory Council on Aboriginal Women (MACAW)
Providing advice to government and other groups on how to improve the quality of life for Aboriginal women across British Columbia.
- Urban & Off-Reserve Aboriginal People
Learn more about engagement with the urban Aboriginal population.
- Culture & Language
There are over 34 First Nation languages and 61 dialects in British Columbia.
- Guide to Aboriginal Organizations and Services
A listing of Aboriginal community-based services and organizations.
- First Nations Clean Energy Business Fund
Learn about Aboriginal community participation in the clean energy sector.
- First Citizens Fund
This fund is part of the Province's commitment to improve the quality of life for Aboriginal people.
- Elder Services
Each year, New Relationship Trust supports many initiatives for Elders.
- Youth Services
Aboriginal youth between 15 and 30 have immense potential to contribute to their communities and the Province.