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Our Work

Co-creating bright digital futures for First Nations communities by enabling digital equity and transformation.

Who We Are

We are an Indigenous-led, innovative non-profit serving all First Nations across BC. Our organization is guided by a board of directors who represent First Nations throughout the province. Our work is led by a team of Indigenous professionals and aspiring allies who specialize in education, engagement, thought and policy leadership, and research.

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What We Do

Mandated by First Nations leadership in British Columbia, we work to advance digital literacy, improve internet connectivity, and provide guidance on data and digital technology for all 204 First Nations across the province.

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Why We Do It

Today, technology weaves through nearly every aspect of our lives from work to education; culture and health; environmental stewardship; rights implementation; and more. Since time immemorial, our peoples used and advanced technology, but colonialism, and the systemic barriers it creates, excluded us from equitably participating and leading in the evolution of current technology. That’s why we’re working to weave Indigenous knowledge, culture, and ways of being into technology.
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How To Get Involved

Let’s reboot the system and accelerate Indigenous leadership in today’s digital society. Get involved today by learning about our work and staying connected; and donating funds, services, or goods.
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News & Stories

Indigenous Innovator: Lorna Gillanders
This is the fourth edition of our Indigenous Innovator Series where First Nations Technology Council alumni tell their stories about how digital skills have made a positive impact in their […]
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Google Career Certificate Scholarship Program
The First Nations Technology Council is excited to announce a new partnership with Google on its Google Career Certificate Scholarship Program. The partnership will allow 500 current learners and alumni […]
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Digital Navigator Speaker Series on May 2 Presents: Joyce Logan
Our Digital Navigator Speaker Series (DNSS) is an opportunity for our learners, alumni, and others interested in tech careers to hear from Indigenous Peoples who are leading and innovating at […]
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Request for Proposal (RFP): Engagement of Indigenous Individuals Across Alberta
The First Nations Technology Council (FNTC) seeks proposals from qualified engagement firms to support and provide qualitative research services. The Alberta Labour Market Study (ALMS) will explore Indigenous labour potential […]
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