S T'T'IMC L AND & R ESOURCE A UTHORITY

The Sttimc Land and Resource Authority (SLRA) is made up of representatives appointed by the Sttimc communities, and strives for broad geographic representation and a diversity of skills and knowledge about the land, traditions and values. The SLRA is accountable to the Sttimc Chiefs Council, the Sttimc and future generations. The SLRA has been given the responsibility of codifying Sttimc laws that set the standards for how land and resource activities are conducted in our Territory for recommendation to the Sttimc Chiefs Council and all Sttimc, including developing the Nxekmenlhklha lti tmcwa (Sttimc Land Use Plan) and Sttimc Land and Resource Code. The Sttimc Chiefs Council has also directed the SLRA to review and provide recommendations about specific applications to use land and resources in Sttimc Territory

This is consistent with the vision of the people articulated at a 1998 Unity Gathering, which envisioned a nation-level technical body serving a number of functions in its advisory role to the Sttimc Chiefs Council, including reviewing, researching and providing recommendations on land and resource applications to the Sttimc Chiefs Council and affected communities, based on the Nxekmenlhklha lti tmcwa (Sttimc Land Use Plan) and Sttimc Land and Resource Code and other Sttimc laws.

Nt'akmenhlkalha
(Cultural)
Protection
General Habitat
Protection
Deer
Protection
Fish
Protection
Grizzly
Protection
Enviromentally
sensitive
areas
Water
Protection

The SLRA also serves a number of other functions in its advisory role to the St't'imc Chiefs Council, including the overarching function of ensuring the protection, enhancement and restoration of St't'imc lands and resources, including but not limited to water, air, soil, mineral, plant, cultural heritage, fishery, wildlife and forests. The SLRA's mandate is to protect St't'imc values throughout our territory. The SLRA will continue to review, research and provide recommendations on specific land and resource applications to the St't'imc Chiefs Council and affected communities, based on theNxekmenlhklha ti tmicwa (St't'imc Land Use Plan) and St't'imc law.

SLRA Terms of Reference

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