Category: Projects

Kwikwetlem First Nation GIS/Mapping Needs Assessment and Implementation Plan

Kwikwetlem First Nation (KFN) engaged Inlailawatash to conduct a GIS/mapping needs assessment. The purpose of this project was to assess KFN’s existing GIS capacity and to develop a plan that enables KFN to better access, utilize, share, preserve and protect its GIS and information resources. This project included both the inventorying of existing GIS and information management capacity components Read More …

Kó’moks Least Cost Analysis

Least Cost Analysis calculates the time or energy required to cross land or water given the topography of a landscape and the speed of a boat. Using different starting locations (village sites, archeological sites, or resource use sites) Least Cost Analysis produces both cost and aggregate catchments.  In cases where the destination is known, least Read More …

Métis Nation BC Use and Occupancy Map Survey

Inlailawatash was recently tasked with providing Métis Nation BC with GIS support for their province-wide 2014-2020 Use and Occupancy (UOM) Map Survey. The first part of this project involved designing and creating comprehensive basemap coverage for the entire province of BC, the study area for this project. This large study area required the construction of 90 large-format Read More …

Sts’ailes Xa’xa Temexw Bioregional Atlas

Towards the end of 2014 Sts’ailes asked Inlailawatash to assist them in the development of a comprehensive bioregional atlas for Sts’ailes “Xa’xa Temexw”, which literally translated means sacred earth and expresses the Sts’ailes’ spiritual, physical, and cultural connections to the land, water, and resources. The intent of the atlas was to assist in outlining the high level land use framework/strategy Read More …