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Emerging Trends and Opportunities [Natural Resources Canada, NRCAN]

Publisher: 
Natural Resources Canada

Forests already play an important cultural, spiritual and economic role in the lives of many Aboriginal communities across Canada. The importance of these values is growing, however, as more forest land comes under First Nations control and management. The information in this section elaborates on the importance of forestry to economic development in Aboriginal communities.

Aboriginal Forestry Initiative [Natural Resources Canada, NRCAN]

Publisher: 
Natural Resources Canada

The Aboriginal Forestry Initiative (AFI) represents a new Government of Canada approach to foster enhanced Aboriginal participation in the competitive and sustainable transformation of Canada’s forest sector. Through the Canadian Forest Service, Natural Resources Canada leads the Aboriginal Forestry Initiative, in partnership with over 15 federal departments and agencies. The AFI supports the Government of Canada’s Framework for Aboriginal Economic Development.

Forest Industry Employment [Natural Resources Canada, NRCAN]

Publisher: 
Natural Resources Canada

The Canadian forest industry is a major employer nationwide, particularly in many rural communities, where forest-related work is the main source of income. Deeper statistical analysis of what has changed in recent years is presented.

Aboriginal and Forest-Based Communities [Natural Resources Canada, NRCAN]

Publisher: 
Natural Resources Canada

This webpage discusses the importance of the forest sector to Aboriginal and forest-based communities, challenges of a changing forest sector, and Canadian forest service support for forest-based communities.

Crown Lands - Licence of Occupation Application [New Brunswick Department of Energy & Resource Development]

Publisher: 
New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources

A Licence of Occupation is a legal agreement authorizing the temporary occupation and use of Crown Land for such a period of time and under such terms and conditions as the Minister determines to be appropriate. A licence and any renewals cannot exceed twenty years in total. Licences of occupation can be issued for access roads, utility poles and anchors, maple sugary corridors, commercial signs, community event or as an interim measure prior to the finalization of another agreement.

Crown Lands - Licence of Occupation [New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, NBDNR]

Publisher: 
New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources

A Licence of Occupation is a legal agreement authorizing the temporary occupation and use of Crown Land for such a period of time and under such terms and conditions as the Minister determines to be appropriate. A licence and any renewals cannot exceed twenty years in total. Licences of occupation can be issued for access roads, utility poles and anchors, maple sugary corridors, commercial signs, community event or as an interim measure prior to the finalization of another agreement.

Crown Lands Lease Application Package [New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, NBDNR]

Publisher: 
New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources

Application to lease crown lands.

Crown Lands - Leases [New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, NBDNR]

Publisher: 
New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources

Crown Land leases are issued for various uses under the following categories: Commercial, Communication, Institutional, Utility, Industrial, Transportation, Municipal Services , Shooting Range, and Camp lot.

Crown Lands - Acquiring Crown Land Application Package [New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, NBDNR]

Publisher: 
New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources

Surplus Crown Lands that are less than 20 hectares in size, surrounded by private lands on at least 3 sides and which have no ecological, cultural or social significance and are not needed to provide access to Crown Land, can be reviewed for declaration as surplus lands. If a property is declared surplus, it will be transferred to the Department of Supply & Services (DSS) and sold by public tender, provided it is not needed by another government agency. This department may request that DSS notify all those who had expressed an interest in the lands be notified of any tender call.

Crown Lands - Acquiring Crown Land [New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, NBDNR]

Publisher: 
New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources

Surplus Crown Lands that are less than 20 hectares in size, surrounded by private lands on at least 3 sides and which have no ecological, cultural or social significance and are not needed to provide access to Crown Land, can be reviewed for declaration as surplus lands. If a property is declared surplus, it will be transferred to the Department of Supply & Services (DSS) and sold by public tender, provided it is not needed by another government agency. This department may request that DSS notify all those who had expressed an interest in the lands be notified of any tender call.

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