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The Lheidli T'enneh people envision a plan to conserve the land and environment as well as promote sustainability in the best interests of the community as a whole.


Lands Department

The Lheidli T'enneh First Nation has been operating under the First Nations Land Management Act since the ratification of their Land Code and Individual Transfer Agreement in 2000.

As a signatory to the First Nations Land Management Act the Lheidli T'enneh have opted to take over the management and control of their land and resources, coming out from under the land and resource sections of the Indian Act. This includes the protection and management of the Reserve land environment.

When an Environmental Management Agreement has been negotiated between the First Nation and the Federal Government the Lheidli T'enneh will be able to enact environmental protection laws on their lands. This Environmental Management Framework will outline the operating procedures for the protection and management of the Lheidli T'enneh Reserve land environment.



Ibraheem Ali


Ibraheem Ali - Lands Manager

Phone: 250.562-0847 ext. 203| E-mail

Ibraheem Ali has a broad international experience in Geomatics engineering, GIS, and Geoscience. Mr. Ali has over 20 years of rich field and office experience working in Oil and Gas, Engineering, and Construction sectors. He recently served as Geophysicist at ION geophysical in Houston, Texas. ION is a leading provider of technology-driven solutions to the global oil & gas industry.

Mr. Ali holds a B.Sc. degree in Surveying Engineering and an M.Sc. degree in Urban and regional planning from University of Baghdad, and he obtained his second M.Sc. degree in Earth and Space Sciences from York University, Toronto, Canada. During his study at York University he worked in the field of Canadian Gravity Network and Post Glacial Rebound\Isostatic Adjustment.





Janice Shannon - Lands/Communications Clerk

Phone: 250.562-0847 ext. 204 | E-mail


January 2017


LUP 2017

Draft of:  Land Use Plan 2017

PDFDraft of: Land Use Plan 2017


Strategic Plan

The Lheidli T'enneh Lands Department Strategic Plan: 2009 to 2012 was developed by staff and guided by the vision and direction of the Lands Authority, Chief & Council and most importantly the Community members. There are 12 key focus areas that stem from indentified responsibilities under the Framework Agreement on First Nation Land Management and the Lheidli T'enneh Land Code.

The priorities were identified through several activities and documents. These activities and documents include: The Lheidli T'enneh Land Code, the Lheidli T'enneh Reserve Land Use Plan, Lands Authority Planning/Visioning sessions and the Framework Agreement on First Nation Land Management.

The Strategic Plan will be reviewed and updated annually by department staff. The plan will then be presented to the Lands Authority for their review, comments and recommendations. Only after the Lands Authority has given the plan endorsement will it go to Chief & Council for final approval and implementation.

PDFThe Lands, Resources & Environment Strategic Plan document is available by clicking the PDF icon at left!


Environmental Management Framework

An Environmental Management Framework (EMF) document was completed by the Lheidli T'enneh First Nation in 2007 to address environmental management issues highlighted by band members during environmental task committee meetings and from responses to a questionnaire distributed in the community asking for feedback on environmental issues on reserve.




  • Step 2 of EMA Process was completed, which includes a suggested legislative framework.
  • Nicole Wiltermuth was hired and is completing training in New Media Communications and Design program at CNC.
  • Funding received through the Recreational Infrastructure Canada Program (RInC) to build a new playground and recreational court on the Northside.
  • Prince George Community Forest Agreement MOU signed between Lheidli T'enneh, the City of Prince George and the Regional District.


  • Step 2 of EMA Process was initiated.
  • Comprehensive Community Planning was initiated.
  • Amendments to the Lheidli T'enneh Land Code were ratified by the community.
  • Amendments to the Matrimonial Real Property Law were ratified by the community.
  • Lands & Natural Resources Strategic Plan was developed and formally endorsed by Chief & Council through a Lands Resolution.


  • Step 1 of Environmental Management Agreement process was completed and prepartation for Step 2 of the EMA Process began.


  • Phase II and Phase III Environmental Site Assessments were completed.
  • A final draft Environmental Management Framework was completed.
  • Patricia Wight became Lands Manager and Ed Chanter became Capital Projects Specialist.


  • Matrimonial Real Property Law Implemenation Strategy was completed.
  • Lands Manager Trainee Patricia Wight was hired.


  • Lheidli T'enneh Land Use Plan was successfully ratified by community members.
  • Work on the Matrimonial Real Property Implementation strategy began.


  • Lisa Krebs, Land Use Planner and Ed Chanter, Lands Manager were hired.
  • Work on Lheidli T'enneh Land Use Plan began.


  • Amendments to Lheidli T'enneh Land Code were successfully approved by way of community referendum.


  • Lheidli T'enneh becomes the first BC First Nation to successfully ratify their Land Code and Individual Transfer Agreement by community referendum.


  • Bill C-49 First Nation Land Management Act was finally enacted and given royal assent.


  • Bill C-49 First Nation Land Management Act was re-introduced in Parliament.


  • Lheidli T'enneh becomes a signatory to the Framework Agreement on First Nation Land Management.


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1041 Whenun Road
Prince George, BC • V2K 5X8

Phone: 250.963.8451
Toll-Free: 1.877.963.8451
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