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150 Time Immemorial Grant Program - Shared screen with speaker view
Leyla Cherif
19:19
Hello ! I am Leyla Cherif community development coordinator at the BC Francophone Federation. We have over 40 member organizations that might be intetrested in this funding opportunity. I was wondering if you would consider organizing a presentation in French ?
Paul at Heritage BC
20:14
Hello Layla, yes, the next session will be supported with a Francophone participant. The session itself will be in English, however.
Jennifer Dunkerson
21:10
Thank you Leyla. Glad you are joining us here. Our next session is on November 30, at 10:00 a.m.
Jennifer Dunkerson
24:47
FORM: https://heritagebc.ca/150-time-immemorial-grant-program-submissionform/SUMMARY GUIDE: https://heritagebc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/150Time-Immemorial-Grant-Program- Summary-1.pdf
Jennifer Dunkerson
24:53
WEBPAGE: https://heritagebc.ca/150-time-immemorial-grant-program/
Julia Weder (she/her)
25:26
Would you mind typing Ursula’s email into the chat? Thanks!
Jennifer Dunkerson
27:30
https://heritagebc.ca/150-time-immemorial-grant-program/
Jennifer Dunkerson
27:37
https://heritagebc.ca/150-time-immemorial-grant-program-submissionform/
Jennifer Dunkerson
28:00
https://heritagebc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/150Time-Immemorial-Grant-Program- Summary-1.pdf
Jennifer Dunkerson
28:47
150TIGP@HERITAGEBC.CA
Dana Moraes
28:57
The Summary PDF for the Guide link is not working
Jennifer Dunkerson
29:48
https://heritagebc.ca/150-time-immemorial-grant-program-submission-form/
NTATTAM
31:22
is this funding available to provincial government say BC Parks? - it says local government so i am assuming not?
Jennifer Dunkerson
32:09
No, Provincial government departments are not eligible.
NTATTAM
32:32
thanks .. that's what I thought ..
Jennifer Dunkerson
33:53
https://heritagebc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/150Time-Immemorial-Grant-Program-Summary-1.pdf
Kathleen Coyne
35:04
is an unincorporated reconciliation movement supported by the local First Nation and the Regional Districted be eligible?
Nadine Tremblay (bailey theatre /TDAC) she/her
35:38
anyone else having trouble with these links? says page error on several of them.
Mika (VJLS-JH)
36:11
Me as well ^
Jennifer Dunkerson
36:57
Hi Kathleen, the project would be eligible as the regional district is eligible as an organization and it would represent a partnership.
Jennifer Dunkerson
37:24
I will look into the links, sorry everyone!
Jennifer Dunkerson
37:56
ursula@fpcc.ca
Kathleen Coyne
38:08
Thank you
Jill Levine
38:31
For First Nations orgs - do we reach out to Ursula for more information or do we apply through the process being shown?
Jennifer Dunkerson
40:38
Hi Jill, Please reach out to Ursula for more information. The process may be different but the priorities are essentially the same.
Jill Levine (Stó:lō Research and Resource Management Centre)
40:49
Thank you
Jennifer Dunkerson
41:44
https://heritagebc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/150-Time-Immemorial-Grant-Program-Summary-1.pdf
Jennifer Dunkerson
42:00
Hope this link works - it is a download.
Jennifer Dunkerson
42:29
https://heritagebc.ca/150-time-immemorial-grant-program-submission-form/
Dana Moraes
42:30
It works
Nadine Tremblay (bailey theatre /TDAC) she/her
43:30
Thank you. works!
Jennifer Dunkerson
45:07
Please contact Ursula only if you want more information about the First People's Cultural Council grant, which is different from the Heritage BC grant we are discussing today. If you have questions about the Heritage BC grant please ask us here or contact us after the session. Thank you
Jennifer Dunkerson
48:04
The FPCC is holding a webinar on the infrastructure grant on December 2.
Jennifer Dunkerson
49:28
Indigenous applicants may apply to both infrastructure grants.
Joan Merrifield
49:47
are all three streams due on Dec 24th. The links sent out showed a Nov 30th deadline?
Jennifer Dunkerson
50:55
The guideline has been updated and the deadline is now December 24.
Jennifer Dunkerson
51:17
The deadline for the FPCC grant program is February 1, 2022.
Jill Levine (Stó:lō Research and Resource Management Centre)
51:34
Just to clarify, First Nations orgs can apply to both the HeritageBC grant and the FPCC grant?
Devin Jain
52:27
Would a multi-year project already underway be eligible?
Alison NVDPL
52:55
Does a public library need to show proof of management agreement or ownership of site?
Jennifer Dunkerson
53:45
Hi Devin, Only if a component of the multi-year project is a complete project within itself.
Akemi Siu
54:46
Can you provide definition of community contribution company?
Jennifer Dunkerson
55:27
Hi Alison, A confirmation of management in whatever form you have would be expected.
Brady Smith
56:58
Infrastructure: if an application is submitted where a cost is to purchase an existing space. Will that be acceptable?
Alex Bevington
57:47
If a non-first nation organization would like to conduct a heritage conservation plan of a heritage structure on crown land, what degree of support/partnership with FN is required for the planning stream?
Brady Smith
58:06
(Downtown space to be utilized as a culture centre for example).
Akemi Siu
58:21
Are First Nations Governments ie Band and First Nations Dec corp considered two separate applicants?
Akemi Siu
59:58
Clarification: Dev not Dec, as in development corporation vs the Band Office government
Jennifer Dunkerson
01:00:08
Hi Akemi, Unless they are in partnership, one can be applicant and other the partner.
Alex Bevington
01:00:47
Ok thanks!
Jennifer Dunkerson
01:01:53
Next session is November 30, at 10:00 a.m. PT
Joan Merrifield
01:02:48
If we wanted to do an educational program on a land we hold in covenant with Islands Trust is that a project?
Jennifer Dunkerson
01:04:09
Hi Joan, please get in touch as you have a specific project question.
Joan Merrifield
01:04:23
thanks