Tlicho Land Claims Agreement

The Tłıpensachǫ Agreement was the first comprehensive combined agreement on land and self-government in the Northwest Territories. It was negotiated by the Dogrib Treaty 11 Council, the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) and the Government of Canada. The Tłıcgchǫ Agreement was signed by the parties on 25 August 2003 with a date of entry into force of 4 August 2005. To which geographical area does the Tłıcgchǫ Agreement apply? `land claim agreement` means the Gwich`in Agreement, the Sahtu Agreement or the Tlicho Agreement. The second area is a resource management area called „Wek`eezhii“, which belongs to Monfwi Gogha De Niitlee. It adjoins other land settlements and traditional use sites of neighbouring Aboriginal groups. The traditional region of Tłıaffirmativechǫ described by Chief Monfwi when Contract 11 was signed in 1921 was called Monfwı̀ Gogha Dè Nı affirmativementł`è [mõfwì goa dè nĩɬ`è]. [2] Wekʼèezhìi, the administrative territory defined by the Tłıchemical Agreement called [2] is a territory, which is larger than the country of the Tłıpensachǫ. Wekʼèezhìi „borders the Sahtu settlement area and Nunavut and includes the four member municipalities of Tłıkhǫ Gamètì, Wekweètì, Whatì and Behchokǫ̀.“ [4] The region includes the Ekati and Diavik diamond mines. the use, management, management and protection of Tłıpalestinien`s land and renewable and non-renewable resources, as well as renewable resources, considering that the Tlicho, represented by the Dogrib 11 Treaty, the Government of the Northwest Territories and the Government of Canada signed the Agreement on August 25, 2003; The Tłıcgchǫ Agreement is accompanied by an intergovernmental agreement establishing the Tłıcgchǫ Local Services Agency in accordance with territorial legislation. The Agency is responsible for the management, management and delivery of health, education and other services programmes and services for all inhabitants of the four Tłıshirtchǫ communities and in the country of Tłıchǫ, on the basis of the laws of Tłıtchǫ and the NWT laws.

WHEREAS, on October 10, 2003, the Commissioner adopted in the Council of the Northwest Territories a regulation entitled Tlicho Land Claims and Self-Government Agreement Act, which approves the agreement; The Tłıtchǫ government is the governmental authority over the country of Tłıtchǫ. The Tłıpalestinienchǫ government has the power to legislate, enforce its own laws and set up its own structure of government and manage its affairs. Some of the powers and authorities of the Tłıpalestinienchǫ government are as follows: The Tłıpalestinienchǫ Agreement was negotiated by the Dogrib Treaty 11 Council, the Government of Canada and the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT). This is the first comprehensive combined land autonomy agreement and self-government in the Northwest Territories. Die Tłı̨chǫ erhielten etwa 39.000 Quadratkilometer Land in einem einzigen Block, der die vier Tłı̨chǫ-Gemeinden Behchokǫ, Whatı̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀̀, Gamètì und Wekweètì. Legislation to implement a Focal Claims and Self-Government Agreement between the NEB, the Government of the Northwest Territories and the Government of Canada to make amendments to the Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act and subsequent amendments to other Acts.15 (1) The definitions „First Nation“, „Land Claim Agreement“, „Local Government“, „Settlement Area“ and „Settlement Lands“ in Section 2 of the Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act are replaced by the following: The Tıłclavchǫ Land Claims and Self-government Agreement is the first combined land, resource and self-management agreement in the NWT. Canada, the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) and the Tłıcgchǫ are parties to the agreement. The Tłıpensachǫ Agreement was signed on August 25, 2003 by the Dogrib Treaty 11 Council (Tłıloméchǫ), the Government of Canada and the GNWT and entered into force on August 4, 2005. .

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