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374. Development of the Indigenous Communities, Westbank, Canada

374. Development of the Indigenous Communities, Westbank, Canada

The potential of the indigenous communities it has manifest all around the world.


One of them is the Westbank Community in British Columbia, Canada, where it has been exposed an impressive economical and social development, which has to be a role model for our nations.

The project is led by Chief Robert Loui, Authority of the Westbank Community.

The entire indigenous community are involved in the economic development projects.

Among them includes real state and business development, which are work in public-private partnership.

Besides projects as malls, forest industry are built, and they have operation together with the province of the British Columbia, where they have planted 52,000 acres of wood.

For this they have license to timber wood, a requirement of protecting the soil, animals, plants, reforestation and providing jobs and opportunities for the people.

They also have other business alliance with experienced developers for the development of residences and other malls.

The model with the community Westbank deserves all the awards, is a worthy example of imitation. 

 852,    30  Oct  2018 ,

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