A Profile of First Nations in Metro VancouverA Profile of First Nations in Metro Vancouver<div class="ExternalClass609E12BC756B4FF8BF90A887812CEF42"><p>Metro Vancouver released its 2017 edition of <em>Metro Vancouver’s Profile of First Nations with Interests in the Region</em> at the Aboriginal Relations Committee meeting on February 2, 2017. </p><p>The document profiles the 11 First Nations within the Metro Vancouver region, including demographic data, contact information, and maps of First Nation communities. The document also identifies those First Nations, tribal councils and treaty groups, located elsewhere, but whose traditional territories include the Metro Vancouver region. </p><p>One of the objectives of the Metro Vancouver Board’s <em>Strategic Plan</em> is to “enhance relationships between Metro Vancouver and other orders of government, First Nations and stakeholders.” This Profile document provides the Metro Vancouver Regional District, its Boards, Committees, staff, and the general public with a resource guide for building and fostering better relations with neighbouring First Nation communities. </p><p>Metro Vancouver’s <a href="/services/first-nation-relations/AboriginalPublications/ProfileOfFirstNations.pdf" target="_blank">Profile of First Nations with Interests in the Region</a> is available on Metro Vancouver’s website.</p></div>http://www.metrovancouver.org/metroupdate/PublishingImages/mu30-firstnations.jpg2017-03-30T07:00:00ZGP0|#4bfff573-f035-496d-a2db-b90f29d95f52;L0|#04bfff573-f035-496d-a2db-b90f29d95f52|Issue 30;GTSet|#d14ffe11-45dc-48fb-8684-ff109cf15a74<div class="ExternalClass81B511D9C7234E09933BC464AC756AD7"><p>​Metro Vancouver released its 2017 edition of <em>Metro Vancouver's Profile of First Nations with Interests in the Region</em>, which profiles the 11 First Nations within Metro Vancouver, including demographic data, contact information, and maps of First Nation communities.</p></div>0