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Canada, native land rights and northern development

Peter A. Cumming

Canada, native land rights and northern development

by Peter A. Cumming

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Published by [International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs] in Copenhagen .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Canada,
  • Canada.
    • Subjects:
    • Inuit -- Canada -- Land tenure,
    • Natural resources -- Law and legislation -- Canada

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      StatementPeter A. Cumming.
      SeriesIWGIA document ; 26, IWGIA document ;, 26.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKE7739.L3 C84
      The Physical Object
      Pagination64 p. :
      Number of Pages64
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4611223M
      LC Control Number77374959

        Temagami Chief Gary Potts led fight for Indigenous rights to Northern Ontario land. of native land rights but also talked about the need for co-operation between societies. implications.   Tony Webster from Minneapolis, Minnesota [CC BY-SA ], via Wikimedia CommonsAp ; Last Real Indians and Truthout The “global crisis” of indigenous peoples being imprisoned and murdered because of their environmental activism isn’t new, but at an annual international gathering at the United Nations, leaders advocated for a large-scale campaign to .

      "Native Land Digital is a Canadian not-for-profit organization, incorporated in December Native Land Digital is Indigenous-led, with an Indigenous Executive Director and Board of Directors who oversee and direct the organization. Numerous non-Indigenous people also contribute as members of our Advisory Council.   Twenty-nine comprehensive land claim and/or self-government agreements, covering over 40 percent of Canada’s land mass, have been ratified and brought into effect since the announcement of the Government of Canada’s Comprehensive Land claims Policy in and the establishment of the British Columbia Treaty Process ().

        Strategist, lawyer and author Bill Gallagher is an expert on Canada’s Indigenous People and their land rights, and how they relate to resource development in the country. Based in Waterloo, Ont., Gallagher is the author of two popular books on the topic: the recently published “Resource Reckoning: a Strategist’s Guide from A to Z” and the milestone “Resource Rulers: Fortune and. The Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act remains the most effective and workable legislation concerning Aboriginal rights to land in Australia. Its mining provisions give Aboriginal landowners meaningful control over their land as well as providing exploration and mining interests with an ordered, transparent and equitable.


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Canada: Native Land Rights and Northern Development Written on 10 March Posted in Books. Author: Peter A. Cumming Number of pages: 64 Country publication is about: Canada, Canadá Region publication is about: Arctic, Ártico Release year: Release month/day: jan Tags: Land rights.

] NATIVE RIGHTS NATIVE LAND RIGHTS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT ~TERA. CUMMING* In this articie, the author continues his discussion of the question of native rights previously dealt with in () 11 Alta. Rev. He 'first discusses court developments. in the field of native rights since May, He paysCited by: 1.

Presenting the critical elements for a new and meaningful relationship between the Inuit and the emerging industrial society of Northern Canada, this publication includes: (1) Canada as a Nation State and Northern Development; (2) Northern Development and Institutions in Decision-Making; (3) The Northwest Territories and Yukon Territory as Jurisdictions and the Decision-Making Process; (4.

On October 1,the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development was created as a result of the Government Organization Act, Effective Jthe department began using the applied title Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada in addition to the legal name of the department.

Northern Development. Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) supports Aboriginal peoples (First Nations, Inuit and Métis) and Northerners in their efforts to improve social well-being and economic prosperity; develop healthier, more sustainable communities and participate more fully in Canada's political, social and economic development – to the benefit of all Canadians.

Pipeline battle puts focus on Canada's disputed right to use indigenous land The protesters in northern British Columbia had camped out for. In BC, where only a tiny fraction of the land is under treaty, land rights are most contentious.

Aboriginal Title and Rights Rally, Victoria, Photo: Northern Shuswap Tribal Council: Thus involved in the First Nations land rights issues are several different but related grievances. The Northern Territory Supreme Court acknowledged the Yolgnu people’s ongoing relationship with the land and the complex system of laws used by the people to govern the land, but lost the case because the Australian courts were still bound by discriminatory legal principles that denied Indigenous peoples had laws and rights in relation to land.

native peoples in Northern Canada, Alaska, and Northern Australia, helps to shed light on the management of some of the issues and problems involved, and provides learning that could be of benefit to a number of countries (Armstrong, ; Gardner & Nelson, ).

The study begins by describing native land-use issues in each 'hinterland'. Welcome to Native Land. This is a resource for North Americans (and others) to find out more about local Indigenous territories and languages. Examines the principles underlying Aboriginal rights and the history of Aboriginal claims to land and resources.

Also offers a province-by-province breakdown of major legislation, regulations and treaties with special attention to Aboriginal rights to land and resources.

In somepeople lived on reserves in Canada, of whichclaimed some form of aboriginal identity. Reserves are governed by the Indian Act, and residence on a reserve is governed by band councils as well as the minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development.

Under the Indian Act, reserves that serve as residences are. Keepers of the Water, an Indigenous rights group at the epicentre of Canada's oil sands debate, say true consent means Indigenous communities have the right to say no on their land.

In his AANDC is one of the federal government departments responsible for meeting the Government of Canada's obligations and commitments to First Nations, Inuit and Métis, and for fulfilling the federal government's constitutional responsibilities in the North. AANDC's responsibilities are largely determined by numerous statutes, negotiated agreements and relevant legal decisions.

Indigenous land rights are the rights of indigenous peoples to land, either individually or collectively in colonised countries. Land and resource-related rights are of fundamental importance to indigenous peoples for a range of reasons, including: the religious significance of the land, self-determination, identity, and economic factors.

Land is a major economic asset, and in some indigenous. The surveys of the land provide greater certainty over rights to land and resources therefore contributing to a positive investment climate and greater potential for economic development and growth.

Progress in meeting various current Land Claim Agreement survey obligations are captured in the results section of the Surveyor General Branch’s.

'Revolution is alive': Canada protests spawn climate and Indigenous rights movement An unprecedented movement has been triggered by police raids on Indigenous land. Land and Aboriginal rights are inextricably linked. This significant case would pave hte way for addressing Aboriginal title in Canada.

R v Guerin [] established that Aboriginal title was a sui generis right and the Crown had a fiduciary duty to protect it for Aboriginal peoples. The UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People (passed by the General Assembly in ), which Canada nominally adopted inspeaks directly to land rights.

The UNDRIP is a very important international framework for protecting the lands, lives and cultures of Indigenous nations.Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada (CIRNAC) continues to renew the nation-to-nation, Inuit-Crown, government-to-government relationship between Canada and First Nations, Inuit and Métis; modernize Government of Canada structures to enable Indigenous peoples to build capacity and support their vision of self-determination; and lead the Government of Canada's work in the North.

The realization of Aboriginal rights to lands and resources are recognized as being critical to building the capacity to undertake economic development and therefore to achieving these objectives. These rights represent a considerable ‘capital’ that Aboriginal people can bring to the economic bargaining table.