Outstanding business: a native claims policy, specific claims
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Published by Ministry of Indian Affairs and Northern Development in Ottawa .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Indians of North America - Canada - Land tenure,
  • Indians of North America - Canada - Claims

Book details:

Edition Notes

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Classifications
LC ClassificationsE92 C25 1982
The Physical Object
Pagination33 p.
Number of Pages33
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22042032M

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Outstanding business: A native claims policy: specific claims Paperback – Jan. 1 by Canada (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Paperback, Jan. 1 "Please retry" CDN$ — CDN$ Paperback CDN$ Author: Canada. "Outstanding Business - A Native Claims Policy" was released on by the Honourable John Munro, Minister of Indian and Northern Affairs. This policy statement (in booklet form) deals with "specific" claims - those arising from government action in the administration of the Indian Act and the. , Outstanding business: a Native claims policy: specific claims Indian and Northern Affairs Canada Ottawa Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. OUTSTANDING BUSINESS: A NATIVE CLAIMS POLICY SPECIFIC CLAIMS* This booklet was originally published by the Department of Indian and Northern Affaus and Nonhern Development in it is repmduced with the permission of the Minister of Supply and Services Canad%

Specific claims are separate and distinct from comprehensive land claims or modern treaties. The Government of Canada works with First Nations to resolve outstanding specific claims through negotiated settlements. The specific claims process is voluntary for First Nations and provides a way to resolve disputes outside of the court system. In , the federal government issued Outstanding Business: A Native Claims Policy-Specific Claims. Under the policy the ONC continued to evaluate claims, referred to the Department of Justice for legal advice and provided for ministerial acceptance or rejection of claims. Federal specific claims policy is set out in Outstanding Business: A Native Claims Policy. none. Be the first to comment. Sign in with Facebook Twitter. Or sign in with email. Remember me. or Create an account. Create an account. or Sign in with email.   Claims Reserve: A claims reserve is the money that is earmarked for the eventual claim payment. The claims reserve funds are set aside for the future payment of incurred claims .

Watch Assembly of First Nations's Engage with First Nations on specific claims policy reform on June 19th & 20th, a.m. to p.m. The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver ( West Georgia Street, Vancouver, BC V6C 2W6) Vancouver Island Room To register, please contact Rikki McDonald at [email protected] or () , ext. Resolving specific claims. Some disputes relating to land are called specific claims and stem in part from historic treaties signed with First Nations between and Specific claims are resolved through negotiated settlements that provide compensation for a past wrong. Not all specific claim settlements are land-related.   Of all the outstanding land issues, the Algonquin claims involving the Ottawa watershed, a huge swath of territory in eastern Ontario and western Quebec, are perhaps the most complex in the.   There are different types of land claims. Comprehensive claims (also known as modern treaties) deal with Indigenous rights, while specific claims concern the government’s outstanding obligations under historic treaties or the Indian Act. There are many ongoing comprehensive and specific claims negotiations in Canada.