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Land regulation in the Canadian North

Peter J. Usher

Land regulation in the Canadian North

by Peter J. Usher

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Published by Canadian Arctic Resources Committee in Ottawa, Ont .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Canada, Northern.
    • Subjects:
    • Land use, Rural -- Law and legislation -- Canada, Northern.,
    • Environmental law -- Canada, Northern.,
    • Land use, Rural -- Government policy -- Canada, Northern.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementPeter J. Usher, Grahame Beakhust.
      ContributionsBeakhust, Grahame., Canadian Arctic Resources Committee.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKE5263 .U84 1973
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 170 p. :
      Number of Pages170
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2991820M
      LC Control Number84246666

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Land regulation in the Canadian North. [Peter Land regulation in the Canadian North book Usher; Grahame Beakhust; Canadian Arctic Resources Committee.] -- An analysis of the problem of competition for land use in northern development and an evaluation of the function and effect of the present regulations.

Land management in the Canadian North. [Kenneth P Beauchamp] -- The statement of the current regulations and a review of innovative land use planning laws developed in. Our North Land: Being a Full Account of the Canadian North-West and Hudson's Bay Route, Together With a Narrative of the Experiences of the Hudson's Bay Expedition of (Classic Reprint) [Tuttle, Charles R.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Our North Land: Being a Full Account of the Canadian North-West and Hudson's Bay Route, Together With a Narrative of the Experiences Author: Charles R. Tuttle. Overview This is the first and only legal textbook that surveys key legal issues common to the regulation of all resource sectors in Canada.

It provides overviews of all major public land uses and their legal regulation. The focus is on public, not private land. here are the changes brought to northern land ownership, resource development regulation and the availability of capital through the negotiation of comprehensive land claim agreements (or modern treaties).

Almost all of the Indigenous nations and peoples living in Canada's north negotiated such treaties between andcreating a.

Public Lands and Resources Law in Canada This is the first and only legal textbook that surveys key legal issues common to the regulation of all resource sectors in Canada.

It provides overviews of all major public land uses and their legal regulation. The focus is on public, not private land. Homesteading in Canada is a thing of the past.

Most land that is not owned by a private party is Crown Land and is managed by the government. While all Canadians are entitled to camp on Crown Land for up to 21 days, claiming a piece of land as your own and developing it is illegal. Federal laws of canada. Notes: See coming into force provision and notes, where applicable.

Shaded provisions are not in force. Land and climate. Canada is the second largest country on earth. It has three ocean borders: the Pacific Ocean in the west. the Atlantic Ocean in the east. the Arctic Ocean to the north. Canada borders the United States in the south and in the northwest.

The above photo provides an example of the conditions required to obtain a land patent on Yonge Street, in what is now Toronto, Ontario. Settlers had to build a dwelling at least 16 X 20 feet in size and clear all around it; clear and fence at least five acres of land; and clear the land along the Yonge St.

Road fronting on their property, to the middle of the road, all within the first twelve. The Airline of the North. Proudly serving Northern Canada for over 60 years.

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As the second-largest country in the world, it is always odd to hear banter about the limitations of Canada. Some may point out its subservience to the United States or it’s deadly climate, but what most forget is that Canada has one of the richest and varied histories of any country in the New World, and that its landscape has provided countless authors with a slate upon which they can.

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Understanding this change in a historical context and projecting it into the future is central to the proper stewardship of this unique environment. The Canadian North-West: Its Early Development and Legislative Records, Minutes of the Councils of the Red River Colony and the North Department of Rupert's Land.

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"A by-law to consolidate zoning by-laws which prohibit or regulate the use of land and the erection, use, bulk, height and location of buildings in part of the Township of Toronto. Environmental Management Mapping for the Canadian North* Kenneth G.

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Taylor, Wendy Simpson-Lewis. OTTAWA, Febru – The ownership groups of First Air and Canadian North today issued the following statement in response to the Competition Bureau’s report regarding a merger between the airlines: “While we acknowledge the Competition Bureau’s mandate to provide input to the Minister of Transport for his public interest review of the merger [ ].

Leaping over that barrier into the Rupert’s Land watershed was a significant task, part of which it accomplished through the North West Company’s trade network in the West before However, from (and including the merger of the NWC with the London-based HBC), Canadian influence in the West was : John Douglas Belshaw.Co-management boards, established under comprehensive land claims agreements with Indigenous peoples, have become key players in land-use planning, wildlife management, and environmental regulation across Canada’s North.

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Today, Cambridge Bay continues to welcome Inuit and visitors alike, embracing the traditions of the past while building for the future. It represents the best of Nunavut: a strong connection to the land and wildlife [ ].