Programs and legislation about reserve land, land management, environmental stewardship, financial management and the professional land management certification program.
Services and information
Find out how First Nations can develop their own laws about land use and take advantage of economic development opportunities.
Add land to an existing reserve land or create a new reserve for First Nations.
Find out about the Treaty Land Entitlement process and settlement agreements in Canada.
Land registries and records including the Indian Land Registry System, the First Nations Land Registry system and the Self-Governing First Nations Land Register.
Apply to have financial management authority over property taxation, local revenues and economic development on reserve.
Apply for targeted funding to help your community meet the objectives of its program.
Reducing and eliminating contaminates on-reserve and providing information for informed decision-making by individuals and communities.
The centre will help to build the scientific and technical capacity for Indigenous communities to assess and manage cumulative effects on their lands and territories.
Train to become a certified First Nations land manager or officer.
Ordering and identifying parcels lands for management and development.
Legislative and regulatory amendments to the Indian Act and the Indian Referendum Regulations.
The Locatee Lease Policy and Directive 7-3: Locatee Leases (2013) replaces Directive 7-3: Locatee Leases of Chapter 7 -Leases: Drafting, Issuing and Cancelling in the Land Management Manual, 2003.
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