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

The First Nations Technology Council and the First Nations Public Service Secretariat (FNPSS) are currently working to update the First Nations in BC Knowledge Network (firstnationsbc.ca, the “Knowledge Network”). This site is a platform for First Nations in BC to share ideas, tools, and best practices on numerous aspects of governance and community development towards governance and self-determination. We invite you all to tell us what the updated site could do better.

The First Nations Technology Council first developed the Knowledge Network in 2008 with support from the New Relationship Trust and the value input of many organizations and First Nations in BC. Today, the Knowledge Network requires focused updating to adapt to current challenges, opportunities, and technologies. 

By completing this brief survey, which should take you between 10 – 15 minutes, you will be helping to ensure that the Knowledge Network is a relevant and useful tool for First Nations in BC. Your voice will help shape how First Nations peoples utilize this tool to advance their work now and into the future. Participation is confidential, and your feedback will only be used to inform the development of the new website. A summary detailing what we heard will be provided to all participants with high-level themes included.

If you are interested in further information and engagement on the Knowledge Network with FNPSS and the Technology Council, we will be hosting virtual Focus Groups throughout August, 2022. For more information and to sign up for a session, please visit the project webpage by clicking here

We thank you in advance for your feedback. If you have any questions, please reach out to FNPSS at info@fnps.ca. 

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