Settlement lands means lands identified in a First Nation`s final agreement as the First Nation`s settlement lands; (designated lands) AND WHEREAS the Government of Canada is committed to recommending to Parliament the adoption of legislation approving, implementing and declaring valid final agreements and cross-border agreements; 17 The Governor of the Council may make such orders and regulations as may be necessary to implement a final or cross-border agreement, as provided for. 2. In order to achieve its objectives, a Renewable Resources Council established by a final agreement and which effectively has the status, rights, powers and prerogatives of a natural person must have. 2. A decision approving a final or cross-border agreement shall be submitted to the House of Commons during each of the first thirty days that the House of Commons sits after the order is issued. 16 Consultations within the meaning of clause 20.6.3 of a final agreement in relation to the measures necessary for the implementation of clause 20.6.1 or 20.6.2 of the Agreement shall be conducted in the manner provided for in the Agreement. 4 Each of the following Final Agreements was signed between Her Majesty the Queen under the law of Canada, the Government of the Yukon Territory and the respective First Nation on September 29. Signed in May 1993, it is approved, effective and declared valid: An Act to authorize, implement and declare valid land claims entered into between Her Majesty the Queen in law of Canada, the Government of Yukon and certain Yukon First Nations to ensure the approval, implementation and declaration of other land claim agreements entered into after the coming into force of this Act, and make consequential amendments to other laws The cross-border agreement means a cross-border agreement as defined in the final agreements and includes any amendments made to it from time to time in accordance with its provisions; (cross-border agreement) 2. For the avoidance of doubt, such an agreement shall be binding on all persons and entities which are not parties to the agreement. (6) In the event of doubt as to the meaning of a provision of this Act, a final or cross-border agreement in force may be examined as an aid to interpretation.
4. For the purpose of achieving its objectives, any body established under a final or cross-border agreement concluded after the entry into force of this Law shall, to the extent provided for in the Agreement, have the status, rights, powers and privileges of a natural person from the date on which the Agreement takes effect. 13 (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), the federal and territorial laws, including the Yukon First Nations Self-Government Act, apply to a First Nation for which a final agreement is in force, to persons registered under such an agreement and to First Nation settlement lands. 9 (1) For the purpose of achieving their objectives, the Yukon Planning Board, the Yukon Heritage Resources Board, the Yukon Geographical Geographical Names Board, the Fish and Wildlife Management Board and its Salmon Subcommittee, and the Dispute Resolution Committee established by Final Agreements, each have the status, rights, powers and privileges of a natural person. 12 If a final agreement takes effect, Indian law no longer applies to all reserves within the meaning of that Act that are designated as settlement lands in the agreement. 8 For the avoidance of doubt, each person or entity has the powers, rights, privileges and benefits conferred on the person or entity by a legally binding or cross-border agreement in force and fulfils the obligations and is subject to the obligations imposed on the person or entity by the agreement. CONSIDERING that the Champagnes and Aishihik First Nations, Nacho Nyak Dun First Nation, Tlingit Teslin Council and Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation have each entered into a final agreement with Her Majesty and the Government of the Yukon Territory containing the provisions of the Final Framework Agreement and containing specific provisions for each First Nation; 5 (1) The Governor of the Council may, by decision, approve, implement and declare valid any final agreement or cross-border arrangement entered into after the coming into force of this Act. WHEREAS, with respect to Aboriginal claims to lands in British Columbia and the Northwest Territories, they may be entered into by persons registered under final agreements, as well as by certain persons outside that territory, on Aboriginal land claims in the Yukon; 7 For the avoidance of doubt, a First Nation for which a final agreement is in effect has the rights, title, obligations and responsibilities set out in the Final Agreement with respect to settlement lands. (5) A registration committee established by a First Nation shall have the powers necessary to carry out its duties specified in the Final Agreements. (2) In the event of any conflict or inconsistency between a final or cross-border agreement in force and any federal or territorial law, including this law, the agreement shall prevail to the extent of the conflict or inconsistency. 2.
It shall be considered that, since its establishment, the Registration Commission has had the competence, power and authority provided for in the final agreements, with the exception of the powers referred to in paragraph 3. 6 (1) A final agreement or a cross-border agreement in force is a land claims agreement within the meaning of section 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982. 4. In the event of a conflict or inconsistency between the provisions of the Final Framework Agreement contained in a Final Agreement and the Provisions of the Final Agreement specific to the First Nation, the provisions of the Final Framework Agreement shall prevail to the extent of the conflict or inconsistency. 15 The Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development shall table in 1 a certified copy of any final and transboundary agreement that comes into force by or under this Act and any amendment to such an agreement. (a) the Final Agreement between Champagne and the Aishihik First Nations; (d) other places that the Minister considers appropriate. First Nation means a First Nation named in the Schedule; (First Nation) 3 This Act is binding on Her Majesty under the law of Canada or of a province. (3) The Registration Board has the powers under the Public Inquiries Act (Yukon), as amended, to order and require the production of documents and the presence of witnesses who are not Ministers of the Crown under the law of Canada or members of the Executive Council within the meaning of the Interpretation Act (Yukon), as amended from time to time.
(4) An order or decision of the Registration Board made before or after this Act comes into force may be filed with the Supreme Court of Yukon and, if filed, may be enforced as an order of that court. (c) The regional offices of the Government of Canada in Yukon, as the Minister considers appropriate; and NOW, THEREFORE, Her Majesty, through and with the consent of the Senate and the House of Commons of Canada, issues the following: (c) the final agreement of the Teslin Tlingit Council; and. (b) the library of the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development of the National Capital Region; (b) the Nacho Nyak Dun First Nation Final Agreement; “Umbrella Final Agreement” means the Umbrella Final Agreement signed on May 29, 1993 by representatives of the Council of Yukon Indians, Her Majesty the Queen in Law of Canada and the Government of the Yukon Territory, which contains all amendments made from time to time in accordance with its provisions. (framework agreement). Side note: Kluane National Park Management Board .. .