Lands & Resources
Implemented by the FHQTC leadership, the Lands & Resources department assists our Member Nations in the area of Lands & Resources, as well as offers consultations, the Lands & Resources department represents the interests of FHQTC and our Member Nations.
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The Emergency Management Department was created as a response to the sudden cases of emergency on our Member Nations and within our territory. Emergencies such as flooding, grass fires, power outages, fires, infrastructure damage, etc. require quick response and integral planning. Some activities include, but are not limited to:
- Determine priorities and issues to address Emergency Management with FHQTC Nations.
- Meet with individual Chiefs, Councils, and others as requested by the Leadership to assist in emergency planning and preparedness.
- Create and/or maintain and update Nations plans.
- Work with external stakeholders to increase capacity for First Nations i.e. Government of Saskatchewan, INAC, Red Cross, RCMP, Municipalities (Fire), FHQTC.
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