Lands and Economic Development Programming Information July 2014 Today's Discussion

Lands and Economic Development Programming Information July 2014 Today's Discussion

In this discussion, we will delve into the history of lands and economic development policy, starting with the management of lands by AANDC as required by the Indian

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Slide1Lands and Economic DevelopmentProgramming Information July 2014

Slide2Today’ s Discussion • The History of Lands and Economic Development Policy •  The Federal Framework for Aboriginal Economic Development •  New Programming •  Lands and Economic Development in Ontario

Slide3The History of Lands PolicyBefore 1983 -  Lands Managed by AANDC as required by the Indian Act 1983 -  53/60 granted authority 1994 -  RLAP granted authority 1999 –  FNLMA 2005  – Resource, Lands and Environmental Management Program (RLEMP) granted authority 2009 and Beyond -  The Federal Framework for Aboriginal Economic Development

Slide4The History of Economic Development PolicyBefore 1989 Economic Development Programs Managed by AANDC 1989 – 2004 CAEDS - Economic Development Programs Managed in Partnership with First Nations 2005 - 2009 Enhancements to Programs in light of outdated CAEDS policy 2009 and Beyond The Federal Framework for Aboriginal Economic Development

Slide5AN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTFRAMEWORK  FOR THE 21ST CENTURY The conditions, needs, opportunities and relationships of Aboriginal Canadians and economic development have changed significantly. Need for a new federal framework for Aboriginal economic development that is targeted at opportunities, is responsive to new and changing conditions, leverages partnerships and is focused on results. The first priority is economic development. This is obviously the most essential step to improving the lives of Aboriginal people and their families. Prime Minister Stephen Harper, November 2007

Slide6STRATEGIC PRIORITIESStrengthening Aboriginal Entrepreneurship A more business friendly climate on reserve and in the North, and improved access to capital and other business opportunities will strengthen entrepreneurship Developing Aboriginal Human Capital Supporting demand driven labour market development will build human capital Enhancing the Value of Aboriginal Assets Aligning federal investments with viable economic opportunities, better management of business and community assets, and a modern lands/resource management regime will help enhance the value of assets Forging New and Effective Partnerships Promoting partnerships with provinces and territories and the private sector will ensure long- term, sustainable economic development Focusing the Role of the Federal Government The role of the federal government will be more effective and efficient with clearer direction, greater coordination, more linkages and better collaboration

Slide7ACTION PLAN: A CHANGE AGENDA TO SUPPORTTHE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE FRAMEWORK New Investments ($50M per year for 4 years) New funding to support greater access to and control over reserve lands, improved access to capital, and enhanced awareness of Aboriginal procurement opportunities Improved coordination among federal partners – the Strategic Partnerships Initiative Program Renovation A commitment to aligning the existing suite of programs that support Aboriginal economic development with the Framework ’ s strategic priorities

Slide8SCOPE OF PROGRAM CONSOLIDATIONSurveys Additions to Reserve Creation of Legal Interests Regional Lands and Administration Program FN Capacity for Major Resource Development Projects Environmental Stewardship 53/60 Delegate Authority Lands and Environmental Management Existing Programs New Programs (effective April 1, 2014)  Community Economic Development Program  Community Support Services Program  Reserve Land Environment Management  Land Surveys, Commercial Leasing, Land Designations and Additions-to- Reserves related to Economic Development  First Nations Land Management Act  Management of Contaminated Sites (prevention component)  Lands & Environment Action Fund → Lands and Economic Development Services Program  Community Economic Opportunities Program  Community-based projects or initiatives under the Aboriginal Business Development Program → Community Opportunity Readiness Program  Eligible projects or initiatives under Aboriginal Business Development, except for activities relating to commercial ventures and infrastructure, related to Aboriginal entrepreneurs or Aboriginal businesses  Major Resource Development and Energy Investments  Private equity instruments of Aboriginal Business Development  Aboriginal Workforce Participation Initiative component of public services in economic development → Aboriginal Entrepreneurship Program Consolidation of Existing Programs and New Programs Chart

Slide9Lands and Economic  Development Services Program (LEDSP) - Core • Help Aboriginal communities effectively build and manage a solid land base for economic development activities through the enhancement of economic development, land and environmental capacities of communities Eligible Recipients • First Nation and Inuit communities and their governments, including Tribal Councils • Other persons performing delegated land management functions under Sections 53 and/or 60 of the Indian Act on behalf of First Nations; and • Eligible recipients seeking to increase their level of responsibility for land management under the Indian Act or the First Nations Land Management Act pending a positive assessment by AANDC of their community ’ s readiness Funding Provision • Existing funding formulae • In terms of internal accounting, while this is released as part of initials, it is not considered  ‘ essential ’ , therefore  ‘ non-core ’ Reporting Requirements • Lands and Economic Development Community Profile (DCI#471935) • First Nations Land Management Report (DCI#41740)

Slide10Lands and Economic Development ServicesProgram (LEDSP) - Targeted • Activities supported based on a regional plan • Enhance community ’ s ability/capacity to provide lands, environment and economic development services • Includes environmental management support such as awareness and pollution prevention – activities previously supported  by LEAF • Same application form as CORP and reporting form as LEDSP Core • Plan based program Eligible Recipients: • First Nations and Inuit communities and their governments, including Tribal Councils • Other persons performing delegated land management functions under Sections 53 and/or 60 of the Indian Act on behalf of First Nations; • Organizations and Associations controlled by Aboriginal people, except those with charitable or religious purposes; and • Non-aboriginal organizations and associations that support the provision of economic development services for the benefit of First Nation and Inuit communities for research and advocacy projects only. Ontario Plan for 2014/15: • Continuous intake • Planning as a priority

Slide11Community Opportunities Readiness Program(CORP) The long-term objective of CORP is for First Nation and Inuit communities to implement economic and business development opportunities, while leveraging private sector funding and opportunities.  Eligible initiatives under the CORP include: • Support to pursue economic opportunities. • Support for Community Economic Infrastructure development. • Support for the establishment, acquisition or expansion of a community owned businesses where there is an equity gap. • Support for business planning, advisory services and training, commercial development and market development for a single community-owned business.

Slide12Aboriginal Entrepreneurship Programs(AEP)• Build upon AFI network •  New suite of instruments (15-16): • Capital Attraction Tool (CAT) • Aboriginal Business Flexible Financing (ABFF) • Aboriginal business access in public/private business opportunities by establishing linkages with stakeholders (e.g. province, private sector, Aboriginal organizations) to identify/connect a greater number of Aboriginal businesses to opportunities. • Pursue PDP(14-15) for gradual transition to new programming • Build upon AFI network by implementing new programming including Aboriginal Development lending Assistance(ALDA) and Aboriginal Capacity Development Tool to further enhance operation capacity and sustainability. • Conduct research to design and implement CAT to further understand the factor influencing the sustainability of the AFI network to better support it and enhance Aboriginal business access through the network. • Continuation of the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB) • Outreach to other government departments to influence the availability of Aboriginal procurement opportunities • Develop framework • Continue to work with federal, Aboriginal, provincial/territorial and industry partners to maximize Aboriginal participation in major economic opportunities. • Target procurement research to support Aboriginal business participation in public/private opportunities. Aboriginal Entrepreneur Business Capital & Support Services Business Opportunities • Creation and/or expansion of viable Aboriginal businesses • Sustainable network of Aboriginal Financial Institutions (AFI) • Aboriginal businesses win procurement contracts

Slide13What this means to youLEDSP CORE – budget remains the same at $12.2 million for CEDP/RLEMP – Formerly CEDP – only a name change, no budget change, no reporting change – RLEMP – name change, no budget change, new reporting requirement – FNLM – name change, no budget change, no reporting change LEDSP TARGETED – total budget of approximately $1.5 million – increased from prior - CSSP – name change, same – based on regional plan, increased budget, now available to communities - Designations/ATRs, etc. – now has a program available

Slide14What this means to youCORP – budget remains the same at approximately $3.5 million - Community Strategic Planning was supported through this program before but is now more appropriately funded by LEDSP Targeted - Budget remains the same at approximately $3m AEP

Slide15What this Means to You….• There is funding available through AANDC Ontario Region to support the following:


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