NmTC & the Financial Management Board



Thursday, November 7th, 2019  9:00 AM - 3:30 PM 
Coast Bastion Hotel, Nanaimo, BC 

Dunsmuir/Malahat Room at the Coast Bastion Hotel located at 11 Bastion Street, Nanaimo, B.C.  Call 800-663-1144 and quote NmTC group code CBI-GFC20206 to book a room at the preferred price.

Breakfast provided at 8:15 

Lunch provided

Join NmTC and the Financial Management Board (FMB) for a presentation and discussion about Financial Administration Laws and 10-Year Grants. Together, these mechanisms can provide increased flexibility and predictability in how funding is used by First Nations, including:

  • Greater opportunities for long-term planning and flexibility in allocating, managing and using funding to better accommodate local needs and changing circumstances and priorities

  • Ability to retain unexpended funds and opportunities to reduce administrative and reporting burden.

FMB representatives will provide a presentation and be available to answer questions, including those already raised, such as:

  1. Does signing a 10-year grant agreement impact a First Nation’s ability to apply for funding for projects that are not funded through a the 10-year grant? If so, in what ways?

  2. Do 10-year grants impact block vs. non-block funded Nations differently? If so, in what ways?

  3. What are the limits and pros and cons of 10-Year grants?

  4. What training, tools and support is available and how is it accessed?


WHO should attend?

Leadership and Administration and Finance Managers and Staff.

The Naut’sa mawt Tribal Council is pleased invite our Member Nations to participate in this event and will reimburse 2 participants travel and accommodation costs from each Nation. However, each Nation will be responsible for making their own travel and accommodation arrangements.

WHY should we go?

This workshops provides Member Nations with the  opportunity to speak directly with the Financial Management Board to learn more about this important funding mechanism and ensure your questions or concerns are addressed. 

HOW do we register?

Click on the links  to register and for more information contact:

Lisa Scott, CFO Naut'sa mawat Tribal Council




working with Governments, organizations, businesses and First Nations across Canada. 

Naut'sa mawt Tribal Council (NmTC) is a non-profit society established in 1983 that supports its member nations in realizing their efforts towards self-reliance, self-governance, connection to culture, and quality of life now and for future generations.


NmTC generates own-source revenues through its activities, and the activities of Naut'sa mawt Resources Group (NRG) by providing products and services to private and public sectors across Canada. Revenues enable NmTC to expand  resources available to member Nations and support Indigenous communities throughout Canada

Naut'sa mawt Tribal Council

Naut'sa mawt Resources Group

Delta Office:

330-6165 Highway 17A

Delta, BC V4K 5B8


Toll-free: 888-382-7711

Finance Office:

8017 Chemainus Rd

Chemainus, BC VOR 1K5