TMPD WEBINAR – Implications of the new legislation – Framework Agreement on First Nation Land Management Act (FAFNLMA)

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TMPD VIRTUAL WEBINAR

Topic: TMPD WEBINAR – Implications of the new legislation – Framework Agreement on First Nation Land Management Act (FAFNLMA)
Date: Feb 9, 2023
Time: 10:30 AM PST / 1:30 PM EST
Length: 1.5 hours

Objectives:

This session will include a review of the FAFNLMA which replaces the First Nations Land Management Act and include

  • Enactment of the FAFNLMA and repeal of the First Nations Land Management Act
  • FAFNLMA Implementation – implications for developmental First Nations and current operational First Nations
  • Next possible FA amendments and recommendations to the RC
  • Leadership engagement on FA amendments and other innovations – leading up to the September 2023 AGM

 

Target Audience:

  • Operational, Developmental & Signatory First Nations, Interested First Nations:
    Land Governance Directors, Land Managers and Staff, Chief & Council,
    Band Managers, Lands Committee Members, Elders and Youth

 

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Workshop login details will be distributed to all registered attendees in advance of the session.

 

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Virtual Workshop Participant Guide

 

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