September 25-26

Best Western Terrace Inn, Terrace

(Call 250-635-0083 to reserve)

This session has now ended. Please select one of the remaining workshops.  

October 17-18

Ramada Plaza by Wyndham, Prince George

(Call 250-563-0055 reserve)

This session has now ended. Please select one of the remaining workshops.  

October 23-24

Westin Wall Centre, Vancouver Airport, Richmond 

(Call (604-303-6565 to reserve)

This session has now ended. Please select one of the remaining workshops.  

October 25 - 26 

Delta Hotels by Marriott Victoria Ocean Pointe Resort, Victoria

(Call 250-360-2999 to reserve)

This session has now ended. Please select one of the remaining workshops.  

November 13-14

Hotel Eldorado, Kelowna Session # 1

(Call 250-763-7500 to reserve)

November 15 - 16

Hotel Eldorado, Kelowna Session # 2

(Call 250-763-7500 to reserve)

This session is now full. Please select one of the remaining workshops.  



The First Nations Emergency Services Society (FNESS) is working with Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) to improve the delivery of structural fire services within First Nations communities in B.C. These engagement sessions will provide an opportunity for participants to:

  • Highlight structural fire support and capacity needs in their community;

  • Assess which FNESS and ISC programs are most relevant to their community and where there are gaps in service delivery; and

  • Determine how the Fire Safety Assessment (FSA) could become a more valuable tool in their community.



Feedback received during these engagement sessions will guide ISC’s and FNESS’s future service delivery and programming, capacity building support, and revision of the FSA.




First Nations (eligible for travel reimbursement)

  (e.g. Chief and Council, Fire Chiefs, Deputy Fire Chiefs, Fire Champions, Fire Fighters)


Fire-Related Service Organizations

  (e.g. Provincial and Municipal Fire Services, Non-Governmental Organizations, BC Fire Chiefs Association)




Join us for one of the 1 ½ day workshops on structural fire services to be held across the province between September and November 2018. Register for the session at the location that works best for you. To access the group rate at the hotel for your session, quote “Fire and Emergency Risk Management Workshop” or “Naut’sa mawt Tribal Council” when calling to reserve your room.



Two First Nations participants from each community will be eligible for travel reimbursement per workshop. Travel reimbursement for First Nation representatives will be in-line with Treasury Board guidelines and include accommodations, meals, and incidentals, up to a maximum of $500 per participant.

Complete the following 5-minute survey on Fire Safety Assessments (FSAs) for your chance to win a $250 VISA gift card: www.research.net/r/firesafetyassessments.


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