February 07, 2007

Feb. 7, 2007: Plans ... interruptus?

Update Feb. 12, 2007: see below the screen captures.

Note: Double click to enlarge screen captures and back to return.

What plans were interrupted by the election of PM Harper and the Conservatives?

























Update Feb. 12, 2007: Webpages are changed over time so check for more information here or here. Much depends upon what search terms are used, for the title alone is, apparently, not enough to bring up the same webpage.

72.14.209.104/search?q=
cache:cx1cswhzmGAJ:209.162.1
78.242/documents/Renewable%2520Ener
gy%2520and%2520Energy%2520Efficien
cy%2520Resources.pdf+
SNC+
Lavalin+
orimulsion+
Dalhousie&hl=
en&gl=
ca&ct=
clnk&cd=3

72.14.205.104/search?q=
cache:cx1cswhzmGAJ:209.162.1
78.242/documents/Renewable%2520Ener
gy%2520and%2520Energy%2520Efficien
cy%2520Resources.pdf+
energy+
granite+
canal+
snc+
lavalin&hl=
en&ct=
clnk&cd=
2&gl=ca

End of update


If you search natives or aboriginal, the Kelowna Accord, and related plans, one thing leads to another ... and eventually, you may come upon this report from APCFNC, the Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nation Chiefs ... Read it carefully.

Search various combinations of the following: APCFNC or Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nation Chiefs , environment , renewable , energy , efficiency , analyze or analyzing , aboriginal land , land tenure

More: Renewable Energy Energy Efficiency Resources

209.162.178.
242/documents/
Renewable%20
Energy%20and%20
Energy%20
Efficiency%20
Resources.pdf

Land: A NEUTRAL FRAMEWORK FOR MODELLING AND ANALYSING ABORIGINAL LAND ...

Analysis, Modelling and Comparison of Aboriginal land tenure systems in Nova Scotia and British ... Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations Chiefs ... a neutral framework for comparative cross-cultural land tenure studies. ...
, UNB Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering

gge.unb.ca/Pubs/
TR227.pdf

Foundations of Aboriginal Title and Government;. Indian Rights,Land and Government; ... the Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations. Chiefs (APCFNC) in ... , pdf

www.law.uvic.ca/
Alumni/AR2002.pdf

Also, search: A NEUTRAL FRAMEWORK FOR MODELLING AND ANALYZING ABORIGINAL LAND

Search: CCLRMP / Central Coast Land and Coast Resource Management Plan , First Nations representatives at the CCLCRMP [re: BC ]


Framework Agreement CCLCRMP Phase 1 Framework Agreement

www.citbc.org/
Framework-Agreement.pdf

[....] 5. Establish a Coast Development Trust 3 [footnote 3 An alternative mechanism may be established that would fulfill the same function as a Trust and provide the necessary independence] that is dedicated to supporting the implementation of the Framework for Managing Change by enabling socio-economic change. The Trust should be dedicated to stimulating the diversification of the local and regional economies as well as compensating for impacts on all parties, including communities, which are displaced in the process.

6. To expedite the necessary fund raising for the Coast Development Trust, the Provincial Government will commit funding to the Trust. It is expected that the Federal Government as well as non-government parties including companies, private foundations, and others outside of governments will also contribute in order to raise the required funds.



Federal Government funding to First Nations ... aboriginal title to the land and has the sole legal right to possession ... fair analysis would look at need to determine whether the spending—even though ... -- or Strategies for Building the Atlantic Aboriginal Economy Final Version.pdf

www.afn.ca/cmslib/
general/Federal-Govern
ment-Funding-to-First-Nations.pdf

209.162.178.242/documents/
Strategies%20for%20Building%20
the%20Atlantic%20Aboriginal%20
Economy%20Final%20Version.pdf


Nuclear Fuel Waste Dialogues Nuclear Fuel Waste Dialogues
WHEREAS the relationship between Inuit and their environment continues to be a ... simon.osmond@apcfnc.ca, or the regional repre- ...


www.itk.ca/publications/
environment-pub/ITK
Bulletin4_Eng_WEB.pdf


Re-landscaping Sovereignty ...

(Re)Landscaping Sovereignty in British Columbia, Canada ,
Kathleen M. Sullivan -- and here

www.anthrosource.net/doi/
abs/10.1525/
pol.2006.29.1.44

www.anthrosource.net/doi/
pdfplus/10.1525/
pol.2006.29.1.44 [full pdf file]

Many forms of sovereignty are still, albeit not exclusively, anchored in claims on territory and are asserted through the productive exercise of control over people, resources, and habitats located within the spaces of territory. In British Columbia, Canada, First Nations' assertions of sovereign control over their territories and resources are reconfiguring resource planning, development, and management, even as the provincial and federal governments seek to maintain their own control over the same territory. While the courts have been the primary avenue for protecting Aboriginal Title and rights, First Nations are also turning to the use of mass media and other public forums. This essay examines the assertions of sovereignty made by coastal First Nations through the venues of public forums.



Then, there is a Canadian Race Relations interest, it seems:
Search: canadian race relations foundation aboriginal land

Canadian Race Relations Foundation -- CRRF-FCRR.ca -- search aboriginal land -- here

www.crr.ca/Load.do?section=
26&subSection=
38&id=
316&type=2


Framework Agreement - pdf -- or here

www.citbc.org/Frame
work-Agreement.pdf

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