First Nations Council

In 1996 the Board of Governors created a First Nations Council to provide a process of direct consultation with First Nations communities in the college region, with the intended outcome that feedback would provide direction in the strategic and operational planning of the college through a policy framework. Communication links have been implemented through the regular reports to the Board from the Chair of First Nations Council.

The First Nations Council's focus is to develop policy recommendations based upon the educational issues and strategies of First Nations Communities to increase student success rates in the Northwest region.

First Nations Council policy recommendations will focus on student advocacy, program promotion, curriculum design, cultural issues and content, program and education service evaluation and will assist Coast Mountain College in improving its relationships with First Nations communities.

  • History


    Learn why the First Nations Council was founded to shape cultural and educational relevancy for our Indigenous communities and learners.

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  • FN Council Members

    Council members

    Meet our current First Nations Council members.

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  • Schedule


    View First Nations Council meeting dates and locations.

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  • FN Student Representation

    Student representation

    Learn about becoming a representative on First Nations Council, including upcoming elections.

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  • FN Territories


    Coast Mountain College serves six First Nations in northwest British Columbia and acknowledges the traditional territory our campuses reside on.

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  • Contact


    Contact the First Nations Council.

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