6 (1) A First Nation, which wishes to introduce a land management regime in accordance with the Framework Agreement and this Act, adopts a land regulation applicable to all areas of a reserve or parcel of land reserved for the First Nation, and this basic regulation includes the following issues: interests that, with respect to the country of the first nation in Canada, relate to a place different from that of Quebec, any country, right or interest of any kind on or on the national territory, but which do not contain the title of the country. (interested) Section 53 authorizes the Minister to delegate his reserve area management authority to individual First Nations. Section 60 allows cabinet (.dem Governor of the Council) to empower First Nations: INAC and First Nations develop, maintain and modernize professional skills and tools to follow the reality of a development context characterized by varied and complex forms of land use in accordance with the new environmental regimes: b) in Quebec any right to use or occupy the country that is not defined in this subsection. (permit) Each of these five key functions is an integral part of agriculture and environmental management. As part of the administration of First Nations lands, land administration is transferred to First Nations as soon as its land settlement comes into effect. These include the power to legislate on land, the environment and resources. Once a First Nation has joined First Nations management, it can obtain three types of funding: the RLEMP is a broad land management program that funds First Nations to manage all aspects of the land, natural resources and environment on reserve. The Indian Act gives that power to the minister. In RLEMP, therefore, the Minister delegated his authority to certain First Nations who have followed eligibility and preparation procedures. Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) provides land management services to First Nations across Canada. Soil management generally covers activities related to the holding, exploitation and development of land for personal, community and economic purposes. 2.
For greater security, a First Nation may establish a land management regime for all or all of its reserves or parcels of fallow land. Within the NMLF, responsibility for the Minister appears only within the framework of a contract and not the Indian Act. The Minister`s role is limited to monitoring the terms of the individual delegation agreement and the framework agreement to ensure that the First Nation does what it has agreed to do. This situation is radically different from the current system, where any Council decision and land transaction had to be subject to the Minister`s approval. (a) a description of the soil that must be subject to soil regulations that the Surveyor General may establish or establish, or any other description that, according to the surveying general, is sufficient to identify these areas; 5 For greater security, with the exception of First Nation lands that are exchanged in accordance with Section 27, paragraph 3, a First Nation wishing to establish a land management regime enters into, in accordance with the framework agreement, an individual agreement with the Minister describing the country subject to the organization of the land and (a) the title of first nation country is not affected by the framework agreement or this law; (a) the conditions for the transfer of the management of these lands; Land managers/officials can meet the certification requirement by successfully completing the PLMCP under the National Aboriginal Land Managers` Association (NALMA) or if the country manager/official meets the equivalency standards for the five key elements of RLEMP (LUP, land management, resource management, environmental management and compliance measures).