Annual report / First Nations Tax Commission.: R1-74E-PDF
"The First Nations Tax Commission began operation on July 1st, 2007 as a result of the First Nations Fiscal and Statistical Management Act (FSMA) which was passed on March 23rd, 2005. This legislation also created the First Nations Finance Authority, First Nations Financial Management Board and First Nations Statistical Institute. There are no other similar national institutions intended to support First Nation governments anywhere else in the world"--2007/2008 report.
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|Department/Agency||First Nations Tax Commission.|
|Collaborating author|| Canada. Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. |
Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.
Canada. Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada.
|Title||Annual report / First Nations Tax Commission.|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Note(s)|| Issued also in French under title: Rapport annuel. |
Presented to the Minister of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, 2008-2011; Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada, 2012-2015; Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, 2016-
|Publishing information||[Kamloops, B.C.] : First Nations Tax Commission, 2008-|
|Chronology||Began with: 2007/2008.|
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|Subject terms||Aboriginal lands, Property tax|
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