BCAFN Regional Black Book Sessions 2022 - Prince George


Starts at


House of Ancestors “Uda Dune Baiyoh” Conference Centre 


The BC Assembly of First Nations is committed to fiscal responsibility, reducing barriers, and ensuring First Nations in BC have the opportunity to engage. We will provide a travel subsidy for up to two (2) participants per nation up to $250.00 for the first 25 registrants. For more information, please email Sarah Behn at sarah.behn@bcafn.ca.


The BC Assembly of First Nations (BCAFN) is hosting a virtual session to update First Nations communities, leaders, and members on the Blackbooks Toolkit, and the BCAFN’s economic development initiatives. The session will be held in-person and will be interactive, with opportunities for participants to receive targeted advice, recommendations, and resources from the expert facilitators from Four Directions Management Services and Visions Financial Services.

These sessions will also provide an opportunity to shape the BCAFN Economic Development Strategy and key priorities. The Blackbooks Toolkit and additional resources can be found on the BCAFN events website

Who should attend: The BCAFN invites First Nations members in BC, including leadership, management, and entrepreneurs.