• 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.

Canadian Mines Ministers Conference in Halifax: Provinces & Territories Must Act To Avoid Mine Waste Disasters

Monday, July 20, 2015 (Halifax) While Energy & Mines Ministers from across Canada are meeting in Halifax for their annual conference, a coalition of more than 50 environmental, First Nations, and community organizations today sent a letter to all Canadian Mines Ministers urging them to take immediate action to assess and prevent the threat posed

Government appoints Mining Code Review Committee members

VICTORIA – Minister of Energy and Mines Bill Bennett today appointed a Code Review Committee pursuant to section 34 of the Mines Act that will determine how best to implement the seven recommendations stemming from an Independent Expert Engineering Panel’s investigation into the Aug. 4, 2014, tailings pond breach at the Mount Polley Mine in

Event: World LNG and Energy Information and Strategy Session in Prince Rupert

On behalf of Chief Harold Leighton of Metlakatla First Nation, and Dave Porter of the BC First Nations Energy and Mining Council (FNEMC), I would like to invite you to a First Nations Chief’s and Councillors and First Nation Technicians energy briefing that will be held in Prince Rupert on July 7-8, 2015.  The session

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

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