FNFC is supporting a co-designed process with First Nations and DFO to review and update the federal Policy for the Management of Aboriginal Fishing (1993 Policy). Following the Sparrow decision  and the Aboriginal Fisheries Strategy (AFS) , the policy was originally designed as an interim operational policy to support the management of Aboriginal fisheries across Canada.
There have been significant advancements in the recognition of First Nations authority and rights since 1993, and the policy must be updated to:
- align a patchwork of operational guidelines
- improve collaboration between First Nations and DFO
- reconcile operational guidelines with the new direction for Indigenous fisheries management
- support UNDRIP implementation
FNFC will work with First Nations organizations in BC and Canada to support coherent and cohesive recommendations on changes to the policy.
There are no upcoming events at this time
Resources and publications
First Nations fisheries and FSC allocation regional workshops summary report 
In 2019, the FNFC agreed to work collaboratively with DFO on “Working Together Towards a New Approach to Indigenous Fisheries” and to engage First Nations in dialogue related to their fisheries.