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Previous consultations with Indigenous communities

Oct 15, 2019 ... were on record for consideration by the NEB. Phase II May 2015 – February 2016 The NEB held their review process through hearings and by accepting written and oral evidence from potentially impacted Indigenous participants. Federal officials tracked the NEB hearings to gain a better understanding of the potential impacts on Aboriginal and Treaty rights. In its

Section 15 Aboriginal Rights

... BLACKWATER GOLD PROJECT APPLICATION FOR AN ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT CERTIFICATE / ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT ABORIGINAL RIGHTS TABLE OF CONTENTS 15 ABORIGINAL RIGHTS ........................................................................................................ 15-1 15.1 Introduction and Approach

Language and culture

May 3, 2018 ...Language and culture Learn how the Government of Canada is responding to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action 13 to 17. Expand all Collapse all 13. We call upon the federal government to acknowledge that Aboriginal rights include Aboriginal language rights What’s happening? On December 6, 2016, the Prime Minister committed

Minister's Transition Book

Oct 9, 2019 ... takes a whole-of-government approach to Aboriginal consultation in the context of environmental assessments, to ensure that Aboriginal groups are adequately consulted and, where appropriate, accommodated when the Crown (federal government) contemplates actions that may adversely impact potential or established Aboriginal or treaty rights. The Agency serves

Interim Guidance: Indigenous Participation in Impact Assessment

Aug 27, 2019 ...; identification, early in the process, of Aboriginal rights, title and interests in the Projects’ areas, including preliminary concerns, and potential impacts on Aboriginal rights, title and interests and mitigation and accommodation measures to address those impacts; and development and implementation of communication products about the Project and engagement activities

Consulting with Indigenous groups

Oct 15, 2019 ... the recognition and implementation of Aboriginal and Treaty rights. Respecting the relationship with Indigenous Peoples The Government recognizes that Indigenous perspectives and rights must be incorporated into how we move forward. Indigenous Advisory and Monitoring Committee Find out how the Government and Indigenous communities are collaborating in the review

Impact Assessment Process Overview

Sep 17, 2019 ... for the information and studies for an Impact Statement. Sound science and Indigenous knowledge inform the Impact Statement. 3. Impact Assessment The assessment considers potential environmental, health, social and economic impacts of proposed projects, including benefits. Potential impacts on Aboriginal treaty rights are also assessed and consulted on. The Agency or review

Feature Article – Whose Water Is It? Aboriginal Water Rights and International Trade Agreements | Policy Horizons Canada

Sep 29, 2017 ...Feature Article – Whose Water Is It? Aboriginal Water Rights and International Trade Agreements Merrell-Ann Phare Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources Merrell-Ann Phare, Executive Director and Legal Counsel, Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources, Winnipeg   Introduction Water, for both human and ecosystem use, is under increasing threat

Comprehensive Study Report-

Nov 2, 2019 ... Aboriginal or Treaty rights 8.1 Potential or Established Aboriginal or Treaty Rights in the Project Area 8.2 Assessment of the Potential Impacts on Aboriginal Rights 8.2.1 Proponent's assessment 8.2.2 Agency's analysis 8.3 Issues to be Addressed During the Regulatory Approval Phase 8.4 Agency's Conclusions Regarding Adverse Impacts on Potential or Established

MySchool News: June 2017 - CSPS

Aug 29, 2019 ... the following. Please consult the School's complete list of upcoming events. Two Spirit: Cultural Reclamation and Positive Space June 16, 2017 | Vancouver or by webcast | English 35 Years of Section 35: The Evolution of Aboriginal Rights June 21, 2017 | Ottawa or by webcast | Bilingual with interpretation in both official languages Explore GCcampus Visit GCcampus

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