FEHNCY PRESENTATION - MARCH 12, 2020

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all in-person data collection for FEHNCY is currently on hold to comply with the physical and social distancing recommendations issued by the provincial and federal governments. The FEHNCY team will be starting online key informant interviews in the fall, 2020 and will continue modifying the project methods, timeline, and protocols in collaboration with First Nation partners to adapt to the current circumstances. We are committed to resuming all FEHNCY activities when it is safe to do so and when participating First Nations are ready.

FEHNCY will be presenting at the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Housing and Infrastructure Forum and Tradeshow March 12, 2020, Toronto, Ontario.

 

The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) is hosting its 2020 National Housing and Infrastructure Forum and Tradeshow from March 10-12, 2020, on the traditional meeting place and shared territories of the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Haudenosaunee, and the Wendat (Huron), at the Fairmont Royal York Hotel in Toronto, Ontario.

 

The forum is an opportunity for delegates to provide input on the implementation of the First Nations National Housing and related Infrastructure Strategy which is guided solely by the aim of ensuring that all First Nations members living in or away from their First Nations will have access to housing that suits their needs. Your input and recommendations will support the transfer of authority over housing and related infrastructure to First Nations care, control and management. There will be added emphasis on Infrastructure as it relates to Operations and Maintenance and Asset Management. A revised draft O&M Policy will be presented for discussion and input.  Information on Asset Management Planning activity by First Nations, service providers and industry will be showcased in presentations and Exhibitors.

 

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All in-person data collection for FEHNCY is currently on hold to comply with the physical and social distancing recommendations issued by the provincial and federal governments. The FEHNCY team will be starting online key informant interviews in the fall, 2020 and will continue modifying the project methods, timeline, and protocols in collaboration with First Nation partners to adapt to the current circumstances. We are committed to resuming all FEHNCY activities when it is safe to do so and when participating First Nations are ready.

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