Pauingassi community based land use plan: "The land of fair wind" : Pauingassi, Ontario planning area (eBook, 2013) [WorldCat.org]
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Pauingassi community based land use plan: "The land of fair wind" : Pauingassi, Ontario planning area

Author: Ontario. Ministry of Natural Resources.; Pauingassi First Nation.
Publisher: Pauingassi, Man. : Pauingassi First Nation, 2011
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Pauingassi First Nation is an Ojibway-speaking community located in Manitoba, with areas of traditional use in both Manitoba and northwestern Ontario. Pauingassi has led the preparation of land use direction in a separate process with each province, in a manner that will provide seamless direction across provincial boundaries. A primary reason for Pauingassi First Nation to engage in planning is to provide for the  Read more...
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Nation, Pauingassi First.
Pauingassi Community Based Land Use Plan : ""The Land of Fair Wind"": Ontario Planning Area.
Pauingassi : Pauingassi First Nation, ©2011
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ontario. Ministry of Natural Resources.; Pauingassi First Nation.
ISBN: 9781443569163 144356916X
OCLC Number: 848003038
Notes: "July 2011."
Description: 1 online resource (25 pages) : maps, digital file
Contents: Preface --
Acknowledgements --
Plan summary --
Part A. Purpose and process --
Introduction --
Guiding direction, vision, goals, objectives and principles --
Land use planning area --
Process and consultation --
Information summary --
Part B. Land use plan zoning --
Preparing plan direction --
Addressing goals and objectives --
Zoning --
Strategic direction --
Part C. Implementation --
Implementation actions --
Monitoring plan achievement --
Review and renewal.
Responsibility: Pauingassi First Nation and Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources.
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Abstract:

Pauingassi First Nation is an Ojibway-speaking community located in Manitoba, with areas of traditional use in both Manitoba and northwestern Ontario. Pauingassi has led the preparation of land use direction in a separate process with each province, in a manner that will provide seamless direction across provincial boundaries. A primary reason for Pauingassi First Nation to engage in planning is to provide for the well being of future generations, documenting community priorities, desired land uses and opportunities, and strategic direction for the management of lands and resources. This Pauingassi Community Based Land Use Plan addresses the area in Ontario defined by traplines held by Pauingassi community members. Pauingassi has worked together with Ontario to prepare this plan within the context of Ontario's Far North Planning Initiative and the Far North Act 2010. Pauingassi notes that these planning areas do not necessarily define Pauingassi's full self-described traditional land use area. The plan has been created in good faith between Pauingassi First Nation and the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. Rooted in mutual faith and respect for both planning partners this plan provides guidance for future land use activities in the Pauingassi-Ontario Planning Area. Plan approval reflects a consensus among the community members and with the province. Implementation of this land use plan will continue to be guided by this good faith and mutual respect.

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