Below you will find all relevant forms, applications, and documents for the services, governance, and activities of the shíshálh Nation. Please contact us if you have any questions, comments, concerns, or requests!
The shíshálh Nation invites tenders from firms specializing in all aspects of Terrestrial Ecosystem Mapping (TEM) data collection, delivery and assessment for a multi-phase TEIM Project. The purpose of the project is to assess, update and obtain the terrestrial ecosystem data and information required for a joint shíshálh Nation and Province of BC Land Use Planning Table to better identify, protect and make shared decisions around resource stewardship and management within the shíshálh swiya (birthplace, world, lands, “Territory”). This Invitation to Tender includes six main components:
- General Information
- Contract Details
- Project Details
- Contractor Requirements
- Evaluation of Tenders
The deadline for completed Tender offers is March 15 2019 at 4:00pm. Tenders should be submitted via email. The evaluation team will only consider complete tender packages that include:
- An overview of company experience and project summaries (including references)
- An overview of team composition alongside CVs of all proposed team members, (including the proposed QA subcontractor)
- A completed Tender Offer Form and Tender Price Schedule (as provided in appendices)
Proponent inquiries will be accepted by email only, until 2:00pm on March 13, 2019, and should be directed to the Project Lead, Kim Wilkinson (firstname.lastname@example.org). Answers to inquiries will also be posted to the BC Bid® website, http://www.bcbid.ca.
Further details about the Tender are available at: https://www.bcbid.gov.bc.ca/open.dll/showDisplayDocument?sessionID=1856008541&disID=40709552&docType=Tender&dis_version_nos=0&doc_search_by=Tend&docTypeQual=TN
The SIGD Advisory Council Regulation was revised with the new regulation approved and ordered by the Lieutenant Governor of BC on July 25, 2014. The regulation sets out the regulatory requirements for the Advisory Council including elections, role of Council members and petition for services.
Revised March 15, 2016