The Nadleh Whut'en First Nation (Nadleh Whut’en) would like to clarify to the public, government and industry on matters related to the consultation and accommodation of activities that may impact Nadleh Whut'en First Nations' aboriginal rights.
The Nlaka’pamux Nation Tribal Council (‘NNTC’) is comprised of seven First Nations located in south western British Columbia. As for all First Nations in this province, they are responsible for the daunting task of responding to numerous referral requests.
New Brunswick First Nation leaders are considering legal action against the provincial government for not consulting with them in the proposed NB Power deal with Quebec.
While nations and multinational corporations profit from mining operations around the world, local communities face the resulting negative impacts. Mining communities have begun to exercise their right to prior informed consent to mining operations, despite skepticism in the international community and business world.
The purpose of the Toolbox is to provide some useful information to First Nations land and resource practitioners in managing and responding to Crown Land Referrals.