New Comprehensive Community Plan

Over the past year and a half we have been working with the community to develop a new Comprehensive Community Plan (CCP). A draft plan is now available for our members to review.

2015-04-28 Saulteau First Nations CCP – DRAFT

Important Reminder

If you have any comments, questions or concerns please contact that band office and provide them in writing. The process and timeline moving forward is outlined below:

  • Deadline for comments and feedback by May 30, 2015
  • Chief and Council to consider and feedback
  • Revisions to CCP (if necessary)
  • Chief and Council to formally adopt final CCP.
  • Implementation

What is the Comprehensive Community Plan (CCP)?

A Comprehensive Community Plan (CCP) is an overarching and holistic plan that is developed by and for the community. A CCP focuses on nation building and community development by addressing a wide range of planning themes – see Figure 1.

This CCP helps us – the Saulteau First Nations (SFN) – to identify our vision for the future, core values, and top priorities. It also identifies a framework for us to achieve our vision through a set of clearly defined steps.


CCP-Fig1-OurKeyPlanningThemesOur CCP consists of the following five parts:

Part 1: Introduction

This part provides an overview of the planning process and introduces the ‘guiding principles’ that have been followed in developing our CCP.

Part 2: Community Overview

This part provides a general community overview which provides the context and foundation of our CCP.

Part 3: Nation Building

This outlines our framework for nation building. This framework includes a series of vision statements that address the full spectrum of planning themes (see Figure 1). It also identifies a series of strategic goals and actions to help us realize our vision.

Part 4: Community Development

This part focuses on our reserve lands. It outlines our 20 year land use plan for IR #169 and includes preliminary concepts and policies to guide future development.

Part 5: Implementation

This describes how it will our CCP will be implemented moving forward. It also outlines how it will be reviewed and updated over time.

For more information view our 5 Year Plan and Current Update page.