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Our relationship with the
First Nations Tax Commission (FNTC)

​Indigenous communities are an important and valued partner of BC Assessment.

As part of the B.C. provincial government’s important work to create true and lasting reconciliation with Indigenous peoples, BC Assessment is strongly committed to supporting a renewed government-to-government relationship with Indigenous peoples based on recognition of rights, respect, co-operation and partnership.

Accordingly, BC Assessment continually strives to expand and enhance our property assessment services for BC’s Indigenous communities. 

Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) 

In providing property assessments to nearly 100 Indigenous communities throughout BC, BC Assessment works closely with the First Nations Tax Commission (FNTC)

In 2020, BC Assessment and the FNTC entered into an MOU to commit to work together to support Indigenous property assessment and taxation in the coming years. 

The FNTC will continue to be an important partner as BC Assessment continues to increase the number of Indigenous communities that receive our assessment services.

Watch this special video commemorating the BC Assessment - First Nations Tax Commission virtual signing ceremony: