People Plan Community supports First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities, NGOs and all levels of government to plan collaboratively to find common ground.
The world of planning is changing. We know we need to do better. There are ever increasingly complex environmental challenges. First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities need a seat at the table.
Opportunities are emerging to make a change and do planning differently. People Plan Community has the skills, relationships, and experience to meet these growing needs.
Form Partnership Plans
Identify keys sectors for relationship development
Facilitate initial communication for new partnerships
Indigenous cultural knowledge, guidance and expertise
RESOURCING & PROJECT PLANNING
Seek out funding resources and opportunities
Develop comprehensive project plans
Support with project implementation
Grant writing and program development
Form the best suited community engagement strategy
Facilitate community engagement
Evaluate community engagement success
Bilingual translation and editing
Natural heritage system planning
Watershed trail planning and coordination
Environmental planning policy and review
Sustainable environmental tourism planning
To find common ground between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous partners for #ReconciliACTION.
To strengthen relationships through collaborative planning through the 3Rs: Recognition, Respect and Reconciliation.
To advance Indigenous Peoples Treaty Rights in provincial and municipal planning processes.
To promote watershed planning approaches to achieve sustainable community development.
To promote Canada’s waterways through heritage awareness, increased public access and sustainable tourism.
To achieve Sustainable Development Goals for the United Nations 2030 Agenda for the benefit of future generations.