Indian Specific Claims Commission, final report, 1991-2009 : a unique contribution to the resolution of First Nations' specific claims in Canada : RC31-90/2009E-PDF
Marks the end of the work of the Indian Specific Claims Commission, created in 1991 and wrapped up on March 31, 2009. Over its 18 years of operation, the Commission completed 88 inquiries with reports and 17 mediations with reports. This report summarizes the major achievements and makes 7 recommendations for the future of specific claims resolution in Canada.
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|Department/Agency||Canada. Indian Claims Commission.|
|Title||Indian Specific Claims Commission, final report, 1991-2009 : a unique contribution to the resolution of First Nations' specific claims in Canada|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Other formats||Paper-[English | French]|
|Note(s)||"The Indian Specific Claims Commission (ISCC) - also known as the Indian Claims Commission - was created in 1991 under the federal Inquiries Act. ... In keeping with an Order in Council dated November 22, 2007, the Commission ceased its operations and closed its doors on March 31, 2009."--Indian and Northern Affairs Canada Web site. The catalogue number (RC31-90/2009) and ISBN (978-0-662-06645-3) for the bilingual print edition have been incorrectly copied in this electronic publication.|
|Publishing information||Indian Claims Commission c2009.|
|Description||90p.coloured illus., coloured map, tables, photographs|
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|Subject terms|| Aboriginal rights |
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