Stronger Together: A Story Of First Nation Municipal Partnership

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Organization: 
CEDI, The Federation of Canadian Municipalities, Cando
Author: 
Pascal Lavoie, Mélanie Amyotte

Stronger Together: A Story Of First Nation municipal PartnershipThe First Nations–Municipal Community Economic Development Initiative (CEDI) is a joint project of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) and Cando (the Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers). From 2013 to 2016, the initiative worked with six community partnerships across Canada in urban, rural and remote settings. undreds of communities expressed interest in collaborating with this unique initiative and as a result, FCM and Cando are currently implementing a second phase of CEDI until 2021.

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CEDI enables collaboration to pursue joint community economic development (CED) initiatives by fostering stronger relations and supporting mutually beneficial initiatives. Released in September 2015, CEDI’s Stronger Together toolkit systematizes the knowledge and experience from the first phase. The First Nations–municipal CED methodology is articulated around four milestones, starting with building a relationship and mutual respect.

Sourcefcm.ca

Year: 
2018
Format: 
Document
Categories: 
First Nations, Inuit and Métis
Introduction to CED
Partnership Building
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