The CCP Handbook: Comprehensive Community Planning for First Nations in British Columbia is a reference tool developed by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada in partnership with First Nations to support First Nations in developing and implementing their own community plans. The Handbook breaks down comprehensive community planning into manageable stages for BC communities ready to tackle the planning process.
- Monitoring and Evaluation
You will find step-by-step descriptions of the entire process, and read about lessons learned by BC First Nations who have tested various approaches to community planning. The Handbook includes practical tools to encourage community involvement and develop the plan based on community vision and goals. The final section includes funding, educational and planning resources to support the development and implementation of your community’s plan.
Table of Contents
Comprehensive Community Planning: an Introduction
What is Comprehensive Community Planning?
Benefits of Planning for Your Community
What’s Needed to Make Planning Work
The Planning Cycle: Spiral Diagram
Comprehensive Community Planning: Step-by-Step
Monitoring and Evaluation
Related Education Programs
SOURCE: Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada