Yukon First Nations Languages Geographic Locations Map
Other reference websites on: First Nations / Aboriginal Law
- see also Council of Yukon First Nations web site
"The Council of Yukon First Nations is the central political organization for the First Nation people of the Yukon. It has been in existence since 1973 and continues to serve the needs of self-governing First Nations within the Yukon.
" [quote fr website 040624]
- see also Treaty Agreements www.cyfn.ca/ourAgreements/index.html
with information on | Umbrella Final Agreement | First Nations Final Agreements | Self Government Agreements |
- Indigenous Bar Association
The web site has information and links to subjects such as:
First Nations, Indigenous peoples in Canada, non-profit/professional organizations,
legal consultants, Aboriginal law students, lawyers, judges, law professors, Indigenous law,
Indigenous issues, public awareness, spiritual basis of Indigenous laws, education, social justice,
Law Societies, Aboriginal lawyers, legal education, Six Nations of the Grand River Nation, Ohsweken,
Province of Ontario, Inuit, Metis, Student Scholarship, Ronald Peigan, Inherent Rights,
Institutional Development, RCAP, self-government, First Nations Governance Institute, Indigenous Scholars,
Aboriginal Leaders, Articling Students, Self-Government Models, Legislative Initiatives, Governance Institutions, governance, self governance canada, resources
[the above topics/list extracted fr. descrip. tag of website 04.06.20]
- Assembly of First Nations - AssemblÉe des PremiÈres Nations
www.afn.ca web site in English and French
Historically the First Nations have a unique and special relationship with the Crown and the people of Canada, as manifested in treaties and other historical documents. In essence, the special relationship is one of (negotiated agreement with a view toward) peaceful coexistence based on equitable sharing of lands and resources, and ultimately on respect, recognition, and enforcement of our respective right to govern ourselves. The AFN exists to promote the "restoration and enhancement" of this relationship and to ensure that it is mutually beneficial to the First Nations people. The Assembly of First Nations is a national aboriginal lobby organization.
The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) is the national representative organization of the First Nations in Canada. There are over 630 First Nation's communities in Canada. The AFN Secretariat, is designed to present the views of the various First Nations through their leaders in areas such as: Aboriginal and Treaty Rights, Economic Development, Education, Languages and Literacy, Health, Housing, Social Development, Justice, Taxation, Land Claims, Environment, and a whole array of issues that are of common concern which arise from time to time.
Copyright © Assembly of First Nations
National Indian Brotherhood 2001
Droits dauteur Ó Assemblée des Premières Nations
Fraternité nationale des Indiens, 2001 ©
[quote fr. website 040619]
- see also www.canadianhistory.ca
- see also www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com
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A Lay Person's Intro to Yukon Legal Information Sources and Lawyers' Web Sites
- Legislative Assembly of Yukon
Canada Y1A 2C6
Hansard is a daily transcript of the proceedings of the Legislative Assembly.
It is generally available the second day after each sitting day. You can also search Hansard by keyword.
- The Yukon Gazette
"... Yukon Gazette Online, the Internet version of The Yukon Gazette.
On this site you can find all of the different types of announcements you are used to seeing in the paper version of The Yukon Gazette.
This Internet version of The Yukon Gazette combines what is published separately in
paper format as Parts I and II.
It includes corporate notices, Change of Name Notices, general public notices required by law, Management Board Directives, Orders-In-Council Appointments and Proclamations (Part I). It also includes Regulations, Orders-In-Council pursuant to Yukon Statutes, and other Ministerial or Legislative Orders (Part II).
The Yukon Gazette is a publication of the Government of the Yukon.
The official version of The Yukon Gazette is the paper version [emphasis added].
This site is maintained by the Queen's Printer, Supply Services Branch, Government of the Yukon."
[quote fr. website of www.hpw.gov.yk.ca/ssb/qpa/gazette]
Yukon Government Legislation: Statutes & Regulations
www.canlii.org/yk/sta/index.html Canadian Legal Information Institute [CanLII]
... presents the Yukon statutes and regulations, released by the
Government of Yukon for publication
" [quote fr. CanLII.org 040314]
Yukon Department of Justice
Department of Justice Statutes and Regulations - Listings
can be found at www.justice.gov.yk.ca/legislation/index.html
[the actual online documents are stored at the Canada Legal Information Institute, mentioned above]
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