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Tell us how we can improve the Knowledge Network to better serve First Nations in BC

The First Nations in BC Knowledge Network ( is a central place for First Nations to share ideas, tools, and best practices on areas of governance and community development toward independence and self-determination.

We invite you to tell us what the revitalized site could do better. Your ideas will help shape how we utilize this tool to advance our work and support Nations with capacity building now and into the future. Get involved in this meaningful website revitalization by taking a short survey and/or participating in a focus group.

Take a Survey

Have you visited the Knowledge Network ( before? If so, we want your wisdom. Participation is confidential, and your feedback will only be used to inform the development of the new website. A report detailing what we heard will be provided to all participants with high-level themes included.


About the Revitalization

The First Nations in BC Knowledge Network ( is being updated by the First Nations Technology Council, in partnership with the First Nations Public Service Secretariat, to better serve the needs of First Nations. Originally built in 2008 with the generous support from the New Relationship Trust and the valued input of many organizations and First Nations in BC, the website’s technology is now outdated.

If you have any questions about the revitalization of the First Nations in BC Knowledge Network ( contact us at [email protected].


The website remained a
well-used resource in 2021

The Knowledge Network
extends past the website