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Nunavut Agreement-in-Principle

Category: Agreement
Date: 1 January 1990
Sub Category:Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement (Canada) | Agreement-in-Principle (AIP) (Canada)
Location:Nunavut, Canada
Subject Matter:Collaboration / Partnership | Land Settlement
Summary Information:
The Nunavut Agreement-in-Principle (AIP) was signed on 30 April 1990 in Igloolik by representatives of the Government of Canada, the Government of the North West Territories and the Tungavik Federation of Nunavut. The Agreement-in-Principle set an ambitious agenda for concluding a land claim in the area and for securing agreement on the creation of Nunavut. The AIP laid the foundations for the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement, signed in 1993.

Related Entries

Agreement
  • Nunavut Land Claims Agreement
  • Nunavik Inuit Marine Region Agreement-in-Principle 2002
  • Organisation
  • Government of Canada - Signatory
  • Government of the Northwest Territories - Signatory
  • Tungavik Federation of Nunavut - Signatory
  • Legislation
  • Nunavut Act 1993
  • Nunavut Land Claims Agreement Act
  • People
  • Nunavut Inuit

  • References

    Media Release
    Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (2002) News Release: Offshore Agreement-inPrinciple Signed with Nunavik Inuit
    Resource
    Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (2002) Nunavit Inuit Marine Region Agreement-in-Principle
    Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (2002) Fact Sheet: Nunavik Inuit Marine Region Agreement-in-Principle
    Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (2002) Backgrounder: Nunavit Inuit Marine Region Agreement-in-Principle
    Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (2003) Nunavut
    Mapleleafweb (2002) The History of the Nunavut Inuit
    Government of Canada (1990) Agreement-in-principle between the Inuit of the Nunavut settlement area and Her Majesty in Right of Canada

    Glossary

    Agreement-in-Principle (AIP) (Canada) | Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement (Canada)

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