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A United Voice for First Nations Fisheries

First Nations Fisheries Council

The First Nations Fisheries Council works with and on behalf of BC First Nations to protect, reconcile, and advance First Nations title and rights as they relate to fisheries and the health and protection of aquatic resources, including access for food, cultural, and economic purposes. In recognition of the need to advance common positions on fisheries matters through a united front and a united voice, the First Nations Fisheries Council works to develop the necessary capacity and relationships that enable BC First Nations to influence the integrated planning and management of fisheries and aquatic resources. By establishing a coherent process and cohesive messaging for cooperation and collaboration among First Nations and between First Nations and government, BC First Nations can become active fisheries managers and decision-makers to ensure fisheries resources are conserved for the benefit of future generations.

First Nations Fisheries Council of BC

Smoked fish
Smoking salmon Photo Dave Logan, Getty Images
Purple starfish
Purple Sea Star starfish, Pacific Northwest Photo Katie Dobies Getty Images

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