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Overview

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เกมยิงปลาสุดยอดเกมทำเงินอันดับ 1Fall 2012 --- Lands Resources & Consultations Update

Since 2007, the Mtis Nation of Ontario has worked with its citizens and regional rights-bearing Mtis communities to develop a community-driven consultation framework that ensures the Crown fulfills its duty to conduct meaningful consultation with Mtis people in the province. That work, which continues to evolve, is guided in part by input and suggestions from Mtis citizens and communities captured during province wide consultations in 2007/2008. The report on these consultations is called Towards a Consultation Framework for Ontario Mtis, 2007/2008 Community Consultations; What We Heard Report, and has provided clear direction to the MNOs leadership on how to move forward.

One of several recommendations in the final report was the creation of a branch within the MNO to support Regional Consultation Committees by providing the technical and scientific expertise needed for meaningful Mtis consultation and accommodation. Through this branch, MNO would grow its capacity in policy areas related to land and resources, including, energy, mining and forestry with a view to increasing Mtis participation in these sectors by fostering economic development and resource benefits sharing. Another recommendtation was that this policy work? be supported by research aimed at developing a province-wide Mtis Traditional Land Use or Mtis Way of Life Framework (WOLF) to collect Mtis traditional knowledge and help gain a better understanding of Mtis interests, rights, harvesting patterns and land use.

The recommendations were adopted at the 2008 MNO Annual General Assembly/Special Presidents Meeting. As well, an Interim Statement of Principles and Framework for Mtis Consultation and Accommodation was adopted. Together these documents give the mandate for and guide the MNOs work in this sector.

Lands, Resources and Consultations Branch

A branch to focus on work in this area was established and began work immediately on activities relating to duty to consult. The Branch was renamed Lands, Resources and Consultations and restructured in 2009 in response to an increase in demand and realignment of priorities identified at the end of the 2008/2009 fiscal year. Today the Branch is overseen by a Director, who is supported by two Managers with with distinct areas of responsibility - Community Relations and Lands and Resources. Staff throughout the province, provide hands-on capacity and support at the community level on lands, resources and consultation issues.

Key Documents

Towards a Mtis Consultation Framework

MNO Interim Framwork for Mtis Consultation

Duty to Consult Guide

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