Economic Development

Economic development means, according the Economic Development Act, that Huu-ay-aht business enterprises will be self-sufficient, independent of the financial resources of the Huu-ay-aht First Nations in their operation, uphold the Nation’s values, and operate transparently, profitably and in a manner that provides a reasonable return on the investment made.  They will also be allowed to operate free from political interference, held accountable to their owners, comply with the governance and fiscal agreement, the applicable annual plan and laws. Our business enterprises will engage in economic development that is socially, economically and environmentally sustainable, and that respects our history, heritage, culture, traditions and ḥahuułi (traditional territory).

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