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The First Nations Tax Commission is a shared-governance First Nation public institution whose primary responsibilities include ensuring the First Nation property tax system is administratively efficient, harmonized, improves economic growth, and is responsive to on-reserve taxpayers. FNTC supports First Nation taxation under the First Nations Fiscal Management Act and under section 83 of the Indian Act.  There are over 150 First Nations with property tax powers who are responding to community needs and providing local services to thousands of property taxpayers. On this website you can learn more about the Commission, download useful reference material, subscribe to our newsletter, learn about new regulatory changes and initiatives, and seek technical assistance in developing First Nation property taxation. We encourage you to explore the website and learn more about how First Nation property taxation is transforming First Nation economies.

Thanks again for visiting.

C.T. (Manny) Jules, Chief Commissioner, FNTC



Bulletins and Notices
FNTC News Release – FNTC applauds historic announcement of the first bond issue for First Nations June 20, 2014
In the News: How a B.C. native band went from poverty to propsperity (Globe and Mail) May 30, 2014
Bulletin - 2014 Annual By-laws April 7, 2014
Bulletin - 2014 Annual Laws April 7, 2014

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Property Tax Toolkit

The Toolkit offers step by step practical guidance to First Nations administrators on how to implement First Nation property taxation

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