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Kwanlin Dün First Nation Self-Government Agreement implementation plan.

Kwanlin DuМ€n First Nation.

Kwanlin Dün First Nation Self-Government Agreement implementation plan.

by Kwanlin DuМ€n First Nation.

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Published by Indian Affairs and Northern Development in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Yukon Territory,
  • Whitehorse Region.,
  • Whitehorse Region,
  • Yukon,
  • Whitehorse, Région de.,
  • Whitehorse, Région de
    • Subjects:
    • Kwanlin Dün First Nation,
    • Première nation des Kwanlin Dun,
    • Tutchone Indians -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Yukon Territory -- Whitehorse Region,
    • Tutchone Indians -- Yukon Territory -- Whitehorse Region -- Government relations,
    • Tutchone Indians -- Yukon Territory -- Whitehorse Region -- Politics and government,
    • Tutchone Indians -- Land tenure -- Yukon Territory -- Whitehorse Region,
    • Tutchone (Indiens) -- Droit -- Yukon -- Whitehorse, Région de,
    • Tutchone (Indiens) -- Yukon -- Whitehorse, Région de -- Relations avec l"État,
    • Tutchone (Indiens) -- Yukon -- Whitehorse, Région de -- Politique et gouvernement,
    • Tutchone (Indiens) -- Terres -- Yukon -- Whitehorse, Région de

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsCanada., Yukon Territory., Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKE7702.7 2005a
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 93 p. ;
      Number of Pages93
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3463965M
      ISBN 100662393074
      LC Control Number2005432174
      OCLC/WorldCa61361036

      Yukon First Nation Final and Self-Government Agreements Yukon First Nation Date of Signing With Canada and Yukon Effective Date 1 Champagne and Aishihik First Nations Febru 2 First Nation of Na-Cho Nyäk Dun Febru 3 Teslin Tlingit Council Febru 4 Vuntut Gwitchin First. Framework Agreement. The Framework Agreement on First Nation Land Management (FA) is a government-to-government agreement that was initiated by 14 First Nations to opt out of the land management sections of the Indian Act and take over the governance and management control of their First Nation Land and natural resources.

      self-government—the right of a group of people to govern itself in the way that it chooses. Although many First Nations are seeking some form of self-government, there is little agreement among First Nations on what structure self-government should take. The Indian File Size: 78KB. ing self-government north of the sixtieth parallel. The inherent right of self-government does not include a right of sovereignty in the international law sense, and will not result in sovereign independent Aboriginal nation states. On the contrary, implementation of self-government should enhance the participa-File Size: 5MB. A First Nation signatory to the Framework Agreement will: 1. develop a land governance system by creating its own Land Code (LC); replaces the 33 land management sections under the Indian Act.

      The Framework Agreement on First Nation Land Management Robert Louie, Chairman, Lands Advisory Board Agreement on First Nation Land Management Federal Ratification Process First Nations Land Management Perhaps the most crucial part of any Self Government agreement is control and decision making over the lands and Size: 2MB. Little Salmon Carmacks First Nation Government. Phone: () Fax: () Email: [email protected] P.O. Box , Nį̀nrò Excerpts from Other First Nation Self Government Agreements (Series Continued) In recent past editions of the Newsletter, which are also posted on the First Nation website, we provided you with excerpts from other First Nation Self Government Agreements (SGA) .


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