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First Nation Consultation Framework [National Center for First Nation Governance, NCFNG]

Publisher: 
National Center for First Nation Governance (NCFNG)
Year of publication: 
2008

This project involved extensive research into and analysis of the role that meaningful consultation can play in First Nation development in Canada. A key element was to develop insights into the importance of consultation in helping First Nations achieve greater self governance. […] Another significant component of the research program was to identify and analyze existing guides on consultation and examine their applicability for First Nation users.”

Duty to Consult [Prince Edward Island Aboriginal Affairs Secretariat, PEIAAS]

Publisher: 
Prince Edward Island Aboriginal Affairs Secretariat
Year of publication: 
2011

Frequently asked questions regarding the general principles of the Crown's duty to consult Mi'kmaq peoples.

Provincial Policy on Consultation with the Mi'kmaq [Prince Edward Island Aboriginal Affairs Secretariat, PEIAAS]

Publisher: 
Prince Edward Island Aboriginal Affairs Secretariat

This document describes the Provincial approach to consultation with the Mi’kmaq regarding their treaty rights, or their asserted or proven Aboriginal rights. This document is intended to provide a general framework for consultation. On specific matters, legal advice must be sought from legal counsel of the Office of the Attorney General and general policy advice sought from the Aboriginal Affairs Secretariat, in the Department of Health and Wellness.

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