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A commitment worth preserving : reviving the British Columbia treaty process

Author: Lillian Eva Dyck; Gerry St Germain; Canada. Parliament. Senate. Standing Committee on Aboriginal Peoples.
Publisher: [Ottawa, Ont.] : Canada Senate, 2012
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : National government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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September 2012 will mark 20 years since the establishment of the British Columbia (B.C.) treaty process. In that time, significant efforts have been made to come to a just and equitable settlement of the land question in B.C. Collective efforts have culminated, to date, in the ratification of two comprehensive treaties, with several more expected to follow in the coming months and years. While progress has been  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Claims
Treaties
Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Lillian Eva Dyck; Gerry St Germain; Canada. Parliament. Senate. Standing Committee on Aboriginal Peoples.
OCLC Number: 812928818
Notes: "June 2012."
"41st parliament, 1st session."
Description: 1 online resource (iii, 11 pages)
Contents: Membership --
Order of reference --
I. Introduction --
II. Background --
III. Issues raised in testimony --
IV. Observations and recommendations --
Appendix A. Witnesses.
Other Titles: Engagement qui mérite d'être préservé :
Responsibility: report of the Standing Senate Committee on Aboriginal Peoples ; Gerry St. Germain, chair ; Lillian Eva Dyck, deputy chair.
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Abstract:

September 2012 will mark 20 years since the establishment of the British Columbia (B.C.) treaty process. In that time, significant efforts have been made to come to a just and equitable settlement of the land question in B.C. Collective efforts have culminated, to date, in the ratification of two comprehensive treaties, with several more expected to follow in the coming months and years. While progress has been made, the parties to the process have also faced and continue to face significant challenges in connection with the negotiation, ratification and implementation of treaties within the process. Focused attention and a renewal of efforts are required, at this stage, to address and overcome these challenges. On the occasion of the upcoming 20th anniversary of the B.C. treaty process, the Committee agreed to review and report on the status of the B.C. treaty process. The Committee convened three hearings on this matter and has agreed to report the following.

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