Strategic Planning

A strategic plan identifies the place that a First Nation is trying to get to – a shared vision for the future. It guides the work of Council and the administration by giving them direction on how to get to where the First Nation wants to be. It is the base for all other plans of the First Nation and is an important act of self-determination. 

The FAL requires that Council create a policy for the making and keeping up-to-date of the strategic plan of the First Nation and that Council go over the strategic plan regularly and make changes where it sees fit.


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