Crown Indigenous Relations and Northern Development Canada – Land Development Webpage

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Abstract
The Department of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada (CIRNAC) provides land management services to First Nations across Canada. Land management generally includes activities related to the ownership, use and development of land for personal, community and economic purposes. CIRNAC personnel carry out provisions of the Indian Act and work with First Nations to approve the allotment of reserve land to individuals, prepare transactions for reserve surrenders and designations, manage proposals for additions of land to reserves, review and approve transfers of land between band members, and approve and enforce leases, licenses and permits on reserve lands.

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Government of Canada






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Government of Canada. Crown Indigenous Relations and Northern Development Canada – Land Development Webpage [Internet]. [updated 2013/07/24;cited 2019/01/03]. Available from: https://www.aadnc-aandc.gc.ca/eng/1100100034737/1100100034738