PLEASE NOTE:  This survey has been distributed in paper form at previous community events (drop-in sessions at the Band Hall, at Community Breakfasts, and door-to-door surveying.  If you have completed this survey in the past, thank you.  There is no need to complete it again.  This online survey is intended for people who have yet to provide their input into the Comprehensive Community Plan. 


* 1. Are you a Band Member?

* 2. What is your age?

* 3. Do you live on Kingsclear First Nation Reserve Lands? 

* 4. How many people live in your household

* 5. Are there opportunities or issues that would cause you to move away from Kingsclear First Nation Lands in the foreseeable future?

* 6. If yes, then why?

* 7. What are three things that make Kingsclear a good place to live?

* 8. What are your top 3 priorities for Kingslear First Nation Lands? (please check off your top 3)

* 9. What don't you want to see developed on Kingsclear First Nation Lands? (please list)

* 10. What would you like to see on Kingsclear First Nation Lands (Please check off changes that are important to you)

* 11. Are your lands kept clean (i.e.no littering, clean yards)?

* 12. How important is business and economic development on Kingsclear First Nation Lands?

* 13. What types of business or economic development do you want to see or to increase on Kingsclear First Nation Lands (please check all that apply)?

* 14. Where are the most appropriate places for new economic development to take place?

* 15. Is there enough member housing to meet the needs of Kingsclear First Nation? 

* 16. Do you plan on living on Kingsclear First Nation Lands in the future? 

* 17. What type of housing for Nation members would be OK on Kingsclear First Nation Lands?

* 18. What type of house/dwelling do you currently occupy? (such as apartment, single family house, townhouse, etc...)

* 19. What types of minor repairs are required in your dwelling? (general maintenance, replacement/ maintenance of windows, doors, other; please list)  note: this is to assess the perspective of the current housing stock on-reserve only.

* 20. Is mould present in your dwelling?  Note: this is to assess the perspective of Kingsclear's current housing stock only.

* 21. Is your current dwelling type adequate for you and your family's needs? 

* 22. Are there enough community facilities in the area to service Kingsclear First Nation? 

* 23. What community facilities would you like to see added to Kingsclear First Nation? 

* 24. Where would you like to see these new community facilities built? 

* 25. How important is access to parks and open spaces? 

* 26. What types of parks or open space should be provided on Kingsclear First Nation Lands? 

* 27. Where should new parks and open space be located?

* 28. What are the most treasured cultural traditions, values and principles that want to be preserved and practiced in the future?

* 29. Do traditional activities (hunting, trapping, fishing, gathering) generate income for any members?

* 30. Do children learn tradition and culture from elders? 

* 31. What is the level of overall health in the community? 

* 32. Are there any additional programs or services that could be offered to increase/maintain that level?

* 33. What are the major health concerns in the future for Kingsclear First Nation?

* 34. What further skills and training are required for Kingsclear First Nation people?

* 35. What sort of jobs are community members interested in pursuing?

* 36. What further education related programs and infrastructure would be beneficial for Kingsclear First Nation?

* 37. What are some of the challenges in maintaining the following:

* 38. Culture

  Very important Somewhat important Neutral Not important Unsure
Preserving and enhancing culture
Preserving and enhancing language
Establishing cultural areas

* 39. Lands and Resources

  Very important Somewhat important Neutral Not important Unsure
Exploring development options for current and future development on presently undeveloped lands
Providing parks and open spaces
Utilizing shoreline lands 

* 40. Education

  Very important Somewhat important Neutral Not important Unsure
Increasing educational programs offered in the community 
Providing post-secondary education to all interested students 
Providing in class assistance and other related services to students at the local middle and high school
Supporting adult membership to complete educational oppurtunities to meet employment goals
Providing career development services 

* 41. Health and Wellness

  Very important Somewhat important Neutral Not important Unsure
Providing accessible and appropriate health services for all members 
Providing prevention programs 
Offering home care programs 
Environmental Health
Providing health care to allow Elders to remain in their homes
Community Safety 

* 42. Housing

  Very important Somewhat important Neutral Not important Unsure
Housing for all members
Housing choices for Elders
Range of housing choices (families, singles, elders) 
Multi-family housing (e.g. duplexes, triplexes)
Single family dwelling 

* 43. Built Environment 

  Very important Somewhat important Neutral Not important Unsure
Increasing the number of community and recreational facilities 
Establishing a village centre within the community 
Integrating culture and the character of the surrounding environment in new building designs

* 44. Governance

  Very important Somewhat important Neutral Not important Unsure
Membership involvement, engagement and communication in all governance processes  
Establishing Kingsclear First Nation Community Laws (By-laws and Policies) 
Involving youth in governance activities (i.e. through a Kingsclear First Nation Youth Council) 

* 45. Infrastructure 

  Very important Somewhat important Neutral Not important Unsure
Improving roads for shared uses (driving, walking and cycling) 
Safe streets and roadways (Intersections, street lighting) 

* 46. Economy 

  Very important Somewhat important Neutral Not important Unsure
Creating jobs for members by Band Owned Businesses 
Creating jobs for Band members from outside businesses 
Promoting entrepreneurial development for members, specifically youth  
Creating commercial developments 
Creating market housing (lease homes for revenue) 
Small scale gaming operations 
Industrial uses 
Commercial Fisheries 
Promoting logging businesses 

* 47. Natural Environment 

  Very important Somewhat important Neutral Not important Unsure
Protecting and enhancing sensitive natural environment areas (fish, wildlife, bird habitats) 
Protecting and enhancing shoreline areas 
Leaving undeveloped lands natural 

* 48. Other comments: 

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