The Squamish, Musqueam, and Tsleil-Waututh Nations are in an unprecedented position to maximize benefits derived from the creation of Limited Partnerships and Joint Ventures in land development projects within their shared territories. The opportunities of this new era demand the development of leadership within each Nation’s membership to provide management directives that maximize community involvement throughout the development processes. Determining how they will structure their corporate governance and management practices are critical next steps in planning for growth and prosperity. Strong partnerships have the ability to create world-class development projects that celebrate history and culture, while significantly increasing the value of the properties. Branding the rich history and spirit of the West coast will produce value-infused, cutting edge projects that are commercially appealing while facilitating positive, cross-cultural relationships that inspire.
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