• Who We Are

    FNEMC is a provincial First Nations non-profit organization mandated by the BC First Nations Leadership Council and the Chiefs of BC.

  • What We Do

    FNEMC supports and facilitates First Nation efforts to manage and develop energy and mineral resources in ways that protect and sustain the environment forever while enhancing the social, cultural, economic and political well-being of First Nations in British Columbia.

About

FNEMC supports and facilitates First Nation efforts to manage and develop energy and mineral resources in ways that protect and sustain the environment forever while enhancing the social, cultural, economic and political well-being of First Nations in British Columbia.

Resources

FNEMC provides free workshops, reports, maps and templates to First Nations throughout British Columbia.


News & Events

Check out the latest news from FNEMC and upcoming events.

Notice: Nanaimo Environmental Assessment Workshop Cancelled

The Nanaimo Environmental Assessment Workshop on November 23 has been cancelled. If you are a Vancouver Island First Nation and are interested in participating in the regional workshops, please register for the North Vancouver session on November 29 and contact  Joanna at 604-924-3844 or joanna.prince@fnemc.ca for more information.      

Events: Regional Environmental Assessment Workshops, November 2016

The First Nations Energy and Mining Council (FNEMC) has been actively engaging with the British Columbia Environmental Assessment Office (BCEAO) throughout 2015 and 2016. The next activities, set out in the joint Work Plan, focus on receiving feedback and input on enhanced opportunities for First Nations in the BC environmental assessment process. BCEAO and FNEMC are jointly

Event: Canadian Environmental Assessment Act Strategy Workshop, October 27, 2016

The First Nations Energy and Mining Council (FNEMC), as mandated, has undertaken to be involved in the environmental assessment review announced by the federal government. To date, FNEMC has developed an overall proposal for multi-year engagement, provided comments to Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (CEAA) regarding the Terms of Reference of the Panel, and submitted an application for participant funding. The

Contact
BC First Nations Energy & Mining Council #1764-1959 Marine Drive North Vancouver, BC
604.924.3844

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