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Dogrib Treaty 11 Council

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:Representative Body
Location:North Slave Region, Northwest Territories, Canada
Alternative Names:
  • Tlicho First Nation
  • Summary Information:
    The Dogrib Treaty 11 Council is the fourth Aboriginal group in the Northwest Territories to commence land claim negotiations with the federal Canadian government.

    In 1921, Treaty Number 11 was made for the western half of the Northwest Territories, including the southeast part of Yukon Territory, and was signed with the Slave, Dogrib, Loucheuex, and Hare tribes.

    The Dogrib Treaty 11 Council is now known as the Tlicho First Nation. The word Tlicho means 'Dogrib' in the Tlicho language.

    Related Entries

    Agreement
  • Dogrib Comprehensive Land Claim and Self-Government Agreement-in-Principle - Signatory
  • Diavik Diamonds Project Environmental Agreement - Signatory
  • Diavik Diamonds Project Socio-Economic Monitoring Agreement - Signatory
  • Tlicho Land Claims and Self-Government Agreement - Signatory
  • Tlicho Agreement Implementation Plan - Signatory
  • Tlicho Intergovernmental Services Agreement - Signatory
  • Tlicho Tax Treatment Agreement - Signatory
  • Tlicho Financing Agreement - Signatory
  • Northwest Territories Lands and Resources Devolution Framework Agreement 2004
  • Memorandum of Intent on Devolution and Resources Revenue Sharing 2001
  • Snap Lake Diamond Project Socio-Economic Agreement 2004
  • Snap Lake Diamond Project Environmental Agreement 2004
  • Snap Lake Diamond Project Agreement to Support the Secondary Diamond Industry In the Northwest Territories 2004
  • BHP Billiton Ekati Mine Project Environmental Agreement 1997
  • BHP Billiton Ekati Mine Project Impact and Benefits Agreements 1996 - 1998 - Signatory
  • Treaty 11
  • Dogrib Treaty 11 Council Participation Agreement with Diavik Diamond Mines Inc. - Signatory
  • Organisation
  • Government of Canada
  • Government of the Northwest Territories
  • Environmental Monitoring Advisory Board for the Diavik Diamond Mine - Member
  • Diavik Project Communities Group Advisory Board - Member
  • Tlicho Government
  • Aboriginal Summit - Member
  • BHP Independent Environmental Monitoring Agency
  • Dogrib First Nation Government
  • Event
  • Diavik Diamonds Project
  • Report of Environmental Assessment and Reasons for Decision on the De Beers Canada Snap Lake Project 2003
  • Legislation
  • Tlicho Constitution
  • People
  • Tlicho First Nation

  • References

    Book Chapter
    Palmer, L, Tehan, M, (2006) ‘Anchored to the land’: Asserting and Recognising Aboriginal Jurisdiction in the Northwest Territories', in Langton, Mazel, Palmer, Shain, Tehan (eds), Settling with Indigenous People: Modern treaty and agreement-making (The Federation Press, 2006).
    Media Release
    Government of the Northwest Territiories (2004) 'GNWT Signs De Beers Snap Lake Agreements'
    Resource
    Government of the Northwest Territories (2004) Snap Lake Diamond Project Socio-Economic Agreement
    Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board (2003) Report of Environmental Assessment and Reasons for Decision on the De Beers Canada Mining Inc. Snap Lake Diamond Project
    Kevin O'Reilly (1998) The BHP Independent Environmental Monitoring Agency as a Management Tool
    Plainspeak Cultural Awareness for the Dogrib Treaty 11 Council Tlicho Land Claims and Self-Government Agreement - Annotated Summary
    Indian and Northern Affairs Canada Tlicho Agreement
    Dogrib Treaty 11 Council/Tlicho First Nation Tlicho Agreement Implementation Plan
    Dogrib Treaty 11 Council/Tlicho First Nation Tlicho Financing Agreement
    Dogrib Treaty 11 Council/Tlicho First Nations Tlicho Intergovernmental Services Agreement
    Government of the Northwest Territories (2004) Northwest Territories Lands and Resources Devolution Framework Agreement
    Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs - Government of the Northwest Territories (2001) Memorandum of Intent on Devolution and Resources Revenue Sharing

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