ISC Economic Development Programs: Moving Forward (Repeat)
Indigenous Services Canada
Learn about Indigenous Services Canada’s economic development programs and how they can assist with opportunity identification; business and land use planning; and converting economic opportunities into reality. The presentation will include highlights of projects that have moved forward to the construction phase and opportunities for questions and answers.
What Participants will Learn by Attending
- Which projects are eligible for funding support under ISC’s Lands and Economic Development Service Program and Community Opportunity Readiness Program.
- How applications are assessed.
- How communities have utilized funding to advance their economic development and land management opportunities.
- Case studies of projects that have moved to the construction phase.
Amory Adrian, Economic Development Officer, Indigenous Services Canada
Don Potter, Economic Development Officer, Indigenous Services Canada
Don Potter is the ISC Economic Development Programs Officer for the Coastal and Vancouver Island Regions in B.C. He has been in this position for three years; previously he worked with the ISC Community Infrastructure Directorate.
Amory Adrian is the ISC Economic Development Programs Officer for the Cariboo, Kootenay, Northeast and Nechako Regions in B.C. Amory has returned to ISC Economic Development Programs after an assignment with Western Economic Diversification. Amory is a member of Tsal’alh from the St’at’imc Nation.