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Theme

High Level Outcome Statement

DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Sub-Theme

Outcome Statement

Program: Primary Display (black) – Sub-sub-theme that best captures program’s main objectives

Program: Secondary Display (yellow) – Sub-sub-theme that has strong linkages to the program.

Sub-Sub-Theme

Programs:

Primary Display – Black

Secondary Display- Yellow

TBC – To be confirmed

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Aboriginal Horizontal Framework

DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Health

Life-Long

Learning

Safe &

Sustainable

Communities

Housing

Economic

Opportunity

Lands &

Resources

Governance &

Relationships

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Primary Health Care

Access to quality

primary health care

Health Promotion

Awareness of health

risks & the

importance of

adopting healthy

lifestyles

Health Protection

Identify, prevent,

control & address

communicable

diseases &

environmental

health hazards

affecting

communities

Supplementary

Health Benefits

Access to defined

benefits based

on client health

needs

Health Governance

& Infrastructure

Support

First Nation & Inuit

people have a key

role in planning,

managing &

delivering their

health care and provide appropriate health infrastructure

DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Health

Improved Health of Aboriginal Peoples

Access to Physician

Services

Family & Child

Health

Communicable

Disease Control

Health Planning &

Management

Mental Health &

Addictions

Environmental

Health & Research

Health Information

Management

Nursing Services

Chronic Disease

Prevention

Health Facilities

Home Care

Nutrition

Health Human

Resources

Dental Care

Emergency

Preparedness

& Security

Provincial &

Territorial Agreements

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Health

Improved Health of Aboriginal Peoples

DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Primary Health Care

Access to quality

primary health care

Health Promotion

Health Protection

Supplementary

Health Benefits

Health Governance

& Infrastructure

Support

Access to Physician Services

Support Services for Physicians (HC)

Nursing Services

FNIHB Nursing Direct Services (HC)

FN/I Community Primary Health Care (HC)

Adult Care Type 1 & 2 (INAC)

FN/I Home & Community Care (HC)

Assisted Living (INAC)

Home Care

Dental Care

FN/I Oral Health Strategy (HC)

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Health

Improved Health of Aboriginal Peoples

DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Primary Health Care

Health Promotion

Awareness of health

risks & the

importance of

adopting healthy

lifestyles

Health Protection

Supplementary

Health Benefits

Health Governance

& Infrastructure

Support

Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program (HC, PHAC)

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (PHAC, HC)

Early Learning and Childcare Development (HC, INAC, HRSDC, PHAC)

-Aboriginal Head Start On-Reserve (HC)

-Aboriginal Head Start in Urban & Northern Communities (PHAC)

-First Nations Child and Family Services Head Start –NB (INAC)

-Child Daycare Program – Ontario & Alberta (INAC)

Community Action Plan for Children (PHAC)

Targeted Sports Programs for Aboriginals - Aboriginal Sport Circle, Arctic Winter Games, North American Indigenous Games (PCH)

Brighter Futures (HC)

Building Healthy Communities (HC)

National Native Alcohol & Drug Abuse

-Residential Treatment Program (HC)

National Native Alcohol & Drug Abuse

-Community-based Program (HC)

Community Action Program for Children

(PHAC)

Canada’s Drug Strategy (HC)

Youth Solvent Abuse Program (HC)

Tobacco Control Strategy (HC)

Innu Healing Strategy (HC, INAC, PSEPC)

Youth Suicide Prevention (HC)

Whitestone: An Aboriginal Youth Suicide Prevention Program (RCMP)

Family & Child

Health

Mental Health &

Addictions

Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative (HC)

Nutrition & Physical Activity Promotion (HC)

Injury Prevention (HC)

Chronic Disease

Prevention

Nutrition

Food Safety (HC)

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Health

Improved Health of Aboriginal Peoples

DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Primary Health Care

Health Promotion

Health Protection

Identify, prevent,

control & address

communicable

diseases &

environmental

health hazards

affecting

communities

Supplementary

Health Benefits

Health Governance

& Infrastructure

Support

Non-Reserve FN/I & Métis Communities HIV/AIDS Project Fund (PHAC)

National Aboriginal Council on HIV/AIDS (PHAC)

HIV/AIDS Strategy (HC)

-Non-reserve FN, Inuit, Métis (PHAC)

Tuberculosis Elimination Strategy (HC)

Immunization (HC)

Communicable

Disease Control

Environmental Health Science Research & Water Research (HC)

Environmental Health Program (HC)

-Transportation of Dangerous Goods (HC)

-Drinking Water Safety (HC)

Environmental Health Research (HC)

Environmental

Health & Research

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DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Health

Improved Health of Aboriginal Peoples

Primary Health Care

Health Promotion

Health Protection

Supplementary

Health Benefits

Access to defined

benefits based

on client health

needs

Health Governance

& Infrastructure

Support

Non-Insured Health Benefits Program (HC)

-Pharmacy Benefits

-Transportation Benefits

-Health Vision Benefits

-Dental Benefits

-Health Premiums

-FN/I Benefits Management

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Health

Improved Health of Aboriginal Peoples

Primary Health Care

Health Promotion

Health Protection

Supplementary

Health Benefits

Health Governance

& Infrastructure Support

First Nation & Inuit

people have a key

role in planning,

managing & delivering their health care, and provide appropriate health infrastructure

DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Health Consultations

Health Services Transfers to First Nations

Primary Health Care Transition Fund – Aboriginal Envelope (HC)

Health Planning &

Management

NAHO (HC)

Primary Care Electronic Health Records (HC)

Alberta First Nations Tele-health Program (HC)

Health Information

Management

Health Facilities

Health Facilities Construction, Operations & Maintenance (HC)

FN/I Community Medicine & Health Support (HC)

Health Human Resource Strategy (HC)

FN/I Nursing Health Care Support (HC)

Health Careers (HC)

Health Human

Resources

Hospital & Physician Services (HC, INAC)

Hospital Health Care Services for FN/I (HC)

Funding Transfer to the Govt. of NFLD for

FN/I Health Services (HC)

F/P/T ECD Agreement (HC)

Emergency

Preparedness &

Security

FN/I Health – PSAT Emergency Preparedness (HC)

Provincial &

Territorial Agreements

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DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Life-Long Learning

Maximized participation and success in early learning, education, training and skills development built on Aboriginal heritage

Early Learning & Childcare

Aboriginal children have the best possible start in life and are entering school ready to learn

Kindergarten to Grade 12

First Nations and Inuit students stay and succeed in school and have the skills and knowledge to go into higher learning

Post Secondary Education

Increased access and success in post-secondary education for Aboriginal Peoples

Careers and Skills Development

Aboriginal Peoples access and succeed in ongoing skills development

Languages & Cultures

Retention and promotion of Aboriginal languages and cultures in the community as part of life-long learning

Elementary / Secondary Education

Culture Heritage/History

Aboriginal Languages & Living Culture

Special Education

Learning Tools

Artistic Expression

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DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Life-Long Learning

Maximized participation and success in early learning, education, training and skills development built on Aboriginal heritage

Early Learning

& Childcare

Aboriginal children have the best possible start in life and are entering school ready to learn

Kindergarten to Grade 12

Post Secondary Education

Careers and Skills Development

Languages & Cultures

Early Learning and Childcare Development (HRSDC, HC, PHAC)

-Aboriginal Head Start On-Reserve (HC)

-Aboriginal Head Start in Urban & Northern Communities (PHAC)

-First Nations Child and Family Services Head Start – NB (INAC)

-Child Daycare Program – Ontario & Alberta (INAC)

-First Nations and Inuit Childcare Initiative (HRSDC)

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DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Life-Long Learning

Maximized participation and success in early learning, education, training and skills development built on Aboriginal heritage

Early Childhood Development

Kindergarten to Grade 12

First Nations and Inuit students stay and succeed in school and have the skills and knowledge to go into higher learning

Post Secondary Education

Careers and Skills Development

Languages & Cultures

Core Education Funding (INAC)

Teacher Recruitment and Retention (INAC)

Parental and Community Engagement & Pilot (INAC)

New Paths for Education (INAC)

Miq Mak Education (INAC) *

James Bay & Northern Quebec Agreement – Education Component (INAC)*

Elementary / Secondary Education

High-Cost Special

Education (INAC)

Special Education

First Nations SchoolNet (IC)

E-Spirit (BDC)

National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation

-Blueprint for the Future (BFF) and Industry in the Classroom

Learning Tools

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DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Life-Long Learning

Maximized participation and success in early learning, education, training and skills development built on Aboriginal heritage

Early Childhood Development

Kindergarten to Grade 12

Post Secondary Education

Increased access and success in post-secondary education for Aboriginal Peoples

Careers and Skills Development

Languages & Cultures

Post-Secondary Education (INAC)

Legal Studies for Aboriginal Peoples Program (Jus)

National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation – Scholarships

-Education Scholarship Program (various departments)

-Post-Secondary Education Scholarship Program (PCH)

-Aboriginal Health Careers Program (HC)

-Aboriginal Veterans Scholarship Trust (VAC)

Dental Training Program (HC)

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DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Life-Long Learning

Maximized participation and success in early learning, education, training and skills development built on Aboriginal heritage

Early Childhood Development

Kindergarten to Grade 12

Post Secondary Education

Careers and Skills Development

Aboriginal Peoples access and succeed in ongoing skills development

Languages & Cultures

First Nations & Inuit Youth Employment Strategy (INAC)

-First Nations & Inuit Career Promotion and Awareness

-First Nations & Inuit Science and Technology Program

-First Nations & Inuit Student Summer Employment

-First Nations & Inuit Youth Work Experience Program

Aboriginal Skills & Employment Partnership (HRSDC)

Cree Regional Authority (HRSDC)

Aboriginal Human Resource Development Sector Council (HRSDC)

Aboriginal Workforce Participant Initiative (INAC)

Aboriginal Student Internship Program (HRSDC) –TBC

Aboriginal/FN Summer Student Employment Program (CCRA, NRC, RCMP) – TBC

Career Place/Skill Net (IC)

Aboriginal Youth Training Program (RCMP) – TBC

Aboriginal Training in Museum Practices ( Canadian Museum of Civilization) - TBC

Aboriginal Human Resource Development Strategy Program (HRSDC):

-Capacity Building

-Labour Market Programming

-Disabilities Programming

-Youth Programming

-Urban Programming

Housing Internship Initiative for First Nations and Inuit Youth (CMHC)

Young Canada Works for Aboriginal Urban Youth (PCH)

Land Management Training (INAC)

Junior Canadian Rangers (DND)

Canadian Forces Aboriginal Entry Program (DND)

Health Human Resource Strategy (HC)

Aboriginal Health Careers Program (HC)

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DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Life-Long Learning

Maximized participation and success in early learning, education, training and skills development built on Aboriginal heritage

Early Childhood Development

Kindergarten to Grade 12

Post Secondary Education & Vocational Training

Working Years/ Careers and Skills Development

Languages & Cultures

Retention and promotion of Aboriginal languages and cultures in the community as part of life-long learning

Museums Assistance Program – Aboriginal Component (PCH)

Aboriginal Programs and Services (Library and Archives Canada)

Aboriginal Collections and Exhibitions (Canadian Museum of Civilization)

Northern Native Broadcast Access Program (PCH)

Northern Distribution Program (PCH)

Aboriginal Languages Initiative (PCH)

Territorial Language Accords (PCH)

Canadian Television Fund – Aboriginal Languages (Telefilm / PCH)

National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation (PCH, INAC, HC, HRSCD)

Inuit Cultural Grants (INAC)

National Aboriginal Day (INAC / PCH)

Aboriginal Canada Portal (INAC)

Cultural Education Centres (INAC)

CBC North TV and Radio (CBC)

Aboriginal Friendship Centre Program (PCH)

Aboriginal Women’s Program (PCH)

Urban Multipurpose Aboriginal Youth Centre Program (PCH)

Targeted Sports Programs for Aboriginals - Aboriginal Sport Circle, Arctic Winter Games, North American Indigenous Games (PCH)

Aboriginal Head Start on Reserve (PCH)

Cultural Heritage / History

Grants to Aboriginal Writers, Storytellers & Publishers (CCA)

Annual Support and Production Project Grants to

Aboriginal Peoples (CCA)

Developmental Support to Aboriginal Theatre

Organizations (CCA)

Assistance to Aboriginal Curators for Residences

in Visual Arts (CCA)

Aboriginal Music Program (CCA)

Grants to Aboriginal Dance Professionals (CCA)

Inuit Art Centre (INAC)

Indian Art Centre(INAC)

Inuit Art Foundation (INAC)

Aboriginal Art Collections (National Gallery of Canada)

Aboriginal Languages & Living Cultures

Artistic Expression

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DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Safe & Sustainable Communities

Aboriginal communities are safe, stable and sustainable

Social Support and Community Well-being

Strengthen individual, family and community well-being

Community Safety & Justice

Just, peaceful and safe Aboriginal communities

Community Infrastructure

Community infrastructure is reasonably comparable to that of other Canadian communities of similar size and geographic region

Social Support

Prevention

Individual & Family Well-being

Policing

Community Support

Emergency Management

Justice

Corrections

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DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Safe & Sustainable Communities

Aboriginal communities are safe, stable and sustainable

Social Support and Community Well-being

Strengthen individual, family and community well-being

Community Safety & Justice

Community Infrastructure

Assisted Living (INAC)

Income Assistance (INAC)

Adult Care Type 1 & 2 (INAC)

Social Support

National Child Benefit Re-Investment (INAC)

Family Violence Program (INAC)

Family Violence Initiative (SWC)

First Nations Child and Family Services (INAC)

Managing Individual Affairs (INAC)

Individual & Family Well-being

Aboriginal Friendship Centre Program (PCH)

Aboriginal Women’s Program (PCH)

Urban Multipurpose Aboriginal Youth Centre Program (PCH)

Urban Aboriginal Strategy – Pilot Projects (INAC)

Innu Healing Strategy (HC, INAC, PSEPC)

Aboriginal Healing Foundation

Community Support

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DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Safe & Sustainable Communities

Aboriginal communities are safe, stable and sustainable

Social Support and Community Well-being

Community Safety & Justice

Just, peaceful and safe Aboriginal communities

Community Infrastructure

National Crime Prevention Strategy: Aboriginal Pillar (PSEPC)

-First Nation Crime Prevention Program (PSEPC)

-Aboriginal Community Crime Prevention (PSEPC)

-RCMP Crime Prevention Initiative (RCMP)

Prevention

First Nations Policing Program (PSEPC)

Community, Contract & Aboriginal Policing Services (RCMP)

First Nations Organized Crime Initiative (PSEPC)

Aboriginal Fisheries Strategy Program (DFO)

Aboriginal Aquatic Resource and Oceans Management (AAROM) (DFO)

Aboriginal Fisheries Officer Initiative/Multi-disciplinary Conservation Officers, Aboriginal Guardian Program (DFO)

Policing

Emergency Management Assistance (INAC)

Specialized Fire Protection, Engineering &

Inspection Services for FN on Reserve (HRSDC)

Canadian Ranger Patrol Group (DND)

Emergency Management

Enhanced Aboriginal Community Corrections Initiative (PSEPC)

Aboriginal Correctional Programs (CSC)

Community-Based Corrections (CSC)

Cultural Services and Interventions (CSC)

Oversight of Correctional Operation (OCI)

Justice

Aboriginal Justice Strategy (DOJ)

Aboriginal Courtwork Program (DOJ)

Youth Justice Renewal Initiative: Aboriginal Specific (DOJ)

Management of Indian Residential Schools Litigation (OIRSC)

Indian Residential School Resolution (OIRSC)

Corrections

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DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Safe & Sustainable Communities

Aboriginal communities are safe, stable and sustainable

Social Support and Community Well-being

Community Safety & Justice

Community Infrastructure

Community infrastructure is reasonably comparable to that of other Canadian communities of similar size and geographic region

Capital Facilities & Maintenance Program (INAC)

-Community Infrastructure

-Water & Sewer (HC & INAC)

-Education Assets and Facilities

-Housing

Broadband for Rural & Northern Development (IC)

Municipal Waste Water (EC, DFO)

Infrastructure Canada Program – First Nations (INAC/Infrastructure Canada)

Infrastructure Canada – FN Component (INAC, Infrastructure Canada)

Community, Contract & Aboriginal Policing Services

-Police Stations (RCMP)

Health Facilities Construction,Operation & Maintenance (HC)

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DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Housing

Aboriginal Peoples have improved access to suitable, adequate, affordable housing and related support

Housing on-reserve

First Nations have improved access to a sustainable system of suitable, adequate and affordable on-reserve housing

Housing off-reserve

Aboriginal Peoples have improved access to suitable, adequate and affordable off-reserve housing

The Housing System

Homelessness

New Construction

Subsidizing Existing Social Housing

Repair and Renovation

Repair and Renovation

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DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Housing

Aboriginal Peoples have improved access to suitable, adequate, affordable housing and related support

Housing on-reserve

First Nations have improved access to a sustainable system of suitable, adequate and affordable on-reserve housing

Housing off-reserve

Aboriginal Capacity Development (CMHC)

Housing Internship Initiative for First Nations and Inuit Youth (CMHC)

The Housing System

On-Reserve Non-Profit (CMHC)

Capital Facilities & Maintenance Program (INAC):

-Housing (INAC)

New Construction

Residential Rehabilitation Assistance Program: On-Reserve (CMHC)

Shelter Enhancement Program (CMHC)

Home Adaptations for Seniors’ Independence (CMHC)

Repair and Renovation

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DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Housing

Aboriginal Peoples have improved access to suitable, adequate, affordable housing and related support

Housing on-reserve

Housing off-reserve

Aboriginal Peoples have improved access to suitable, adequate and affordable off-reserve housing

Homelessness

Urban Aboriginal Homelessness Initiative (HRSDC)

Urban Native Housing Program (CMHC)

Rural & Native Housing Program (CMHC)

Contractual Commitments under F/P/T Social Housing Agreements (CMHC)

Subsidizing Existing Social Housing

Residential Rehabilitation Assistance Program: Off-Reserve (CMHC)

Emergency Repair Program (CMHC)

Repair and Renovation

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Community Economic Services, Institutions and Regulations

Key public services are in place to support Aboriginal Economic Development

Business Establishment and Expansion

Viable and Sustainable Aboriginal businesses

Employment

Sustainable employment for Aboriginal Peoples

Supportive Regulatory Environment

Business Services

Job Specific Training

Community Economic Services, Institutions and Capacity Building

Access to capital

Building Awareness, Networking and Preparing Workplaces for Aboriginal Employment

DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Economic Opportunity

Sustainable wealth creation and participation in the economy

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DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Economic Opportunity

Sustainable wealth creation and participation in the economy

Community Economic Services Institutions and Regulations

Key public services are in place to support Aboriginal Economic Development

Business Establishment and Expansion

Employment

Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Businesses Program (INAC, DND, DFO)

Advocacy Program (INAC)

Fisheries/Aquatic Resource Access & Management in Aboriginal Treaty Negotiations (Aboriginal Communal Fishing Licensing Regulations) (DFO)

Supportive Regulatory Environment

Aboriginal Fisheries Strategy Program (Allocation Transfer Program) (DFO)

Aboriginal Fisheries Strategy Program (Fisheries Operations Management Initiative) (DFO)

Aboriginal Aquatic Resources & Oceans Management (Economic Opportunities via Access and Aquaculture Components) (DFO)

Economic Development Programs (INAC):

-Resource Partnerships Program (*includes Fora Component)

-Resource Access Negotiation Program

-Regional Partnerships Fund

Community Economic Development Program (INAC)

First Nations Forestry Program (NRCan, INAC)

GeoConnections – Sustainable Communities Initiative (NRCan)

Community Economic Services, Institutions and Capacity Building

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DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Economic Opportunity

Sustainable wealth creation and participation in the economy

Community Economic Services Institutions and Regulations

Business Establishment and Expansion

Viable and Sustainable Aboriginal businesses

Employment

Aboriginal Business Development Program (IC)

-Aboriginal Business Development

Community Futures Development Corporations (IC)

Circle of Entrepreneurship (BDC) - TBC

Exporter Services & Preparedness: Targeted Aboriginal Exporters Initiative (AAFC) - TBC

Business Development (NRCan)

Business Services

Aboriginal Business Development Program (IC)

-Aboriginal Financial Institutions

Economic Development Programs (INAC)

-Resource Acquisition Initiative

-Major Business Projects Program

-Economic Development Opportunity

Fund (INAC)

Aboriginal Banking Unit (BDC) - TBC

Access to capital

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DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Economic Opportunity

Sustainable wealth creation and participation in the economy

Community Economic Services, Institutions and Regulations

Business Establishment and Expansion

Employment

Sustainable employment for Aboriginal Peoples

Aboriginal Human Resource Development Strategy Program (HRSDC)

-Capacity Building

-Labour Market Programming

-Disabilities Programming

-Youth Programming

-Urban Programming

Aboriginal Skills & Employment Partnership (HRSDC)

Cree Regional Authority (HRSDC)

At-Sea Mentoring Initiative (DFO)

Maritime Forces Pacific Raven Program (DND) - TBC

Canadian Forces Northern Area (DND) - TBC

Job Specific Training

Aboriginal Workforce Participant Initiative (INAC)

Aboriginal Human Resource Development Sector Council (HRSDC)

School of Dental Therapy (HC)

Aboriginal Health Career Program (HC)

Building awareness, networking and preparing workplaces for Aboriginal employment

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DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Lands & Resources

Sustainable use and management of First Nation and Inuit lands and resources by First Nation and Inuit people

Environmental Management

First Nation people manage their own environment and enjoy environmental standards at the same level as other Canadians

Land Management

Sustainable use and management of First Nations & Inuit lands by First Nations and Inuit People

Resource Management

Sustainable use and management of First Nations & Inuit resources by First Nations & Inuit people

Assessment

First Nation Land Management

Boards & Administrative Tribunals

Restoration and Remediation

Federal Government Land Management

Aquatic Resources

Oil and Gas

Environmental Protection

Wildlife

Forestry

Minerals

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DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Lands & Resources

Sustainable use and management of First Nation and Inuit lands and resources by First Nation and Inuit people

Environmental Management

First Nation people manage their own environment and enjoy environmental standards at the same level as other Canadians

Land Management

Resource Management

Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation: Capacity Building in Aboriginal Organizations (NRCan)

Environmental Assessments and Regulatory Processes (NRCan)

First Nations Governance over Resources and the Environment (INAC)

Assessment

Distant Early Warning Line Clean-up Project (DND)

Aboriginal Consultations on Nuclear Fuel Waste Management (NRCan)

Contaminated Sites (INAC)

Reserve Land & Environment Management Program (INAC)

Restoration and Remediation

Environmental Protection

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DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Lands & Resources

Sustainable use and management of First Nation and Inuit lands and resources by First Nation and Inuit people

Environmental Management

Land Management

Sustainable use and management of First Nations & Inuit lands by First Nations and Inuit People

Resource Management

First Nations Land Management Initiative (INAC)

Reserve Land & Environment Management Program (INAC)

53/60 Land Delegation Program (INAC)

Regional Land Administration Program (INAC)

Indian Land Registry (INAC)

Geomatics for Aboriginal Property Rights Infrastructure (NRCAN)

Responsible Federal Stewardship under the Indian Act (INAC)

First Nation Land Management

Federal Government Land Management

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DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Lands & Resources

Sustainable use and management of First Nation and Inuit lands and resources by First Nation and Inuit people

Environmental Management

Land Management

Resource Management

Sustainable use and management of First Nations & Inuit resources by First Nations & Inuit people

Northern Boards (INAC)

Species at Risk Implementation (EC, DFO)

Aboriginal Inland Habitat Program (DFO)

Aboriginal Fisheries Strategy Program (DFO)

Aboriginal Aquatic Resources & Oceans Management (DFO)

Fisheries/Aquatic Resource Access & Management in Aboriginal Treaty Negotiations (DFO)

Aboriginal Fisheries Officer Initiative/Multi-disciplinary Conservation Officers , Aboriginal Guardian Program (DFO)

Boards & Administrative Tribunals

Aquatic Resources

Co-Management: Under Threshold (EC)

Cooperative Wildlife Management (EC)

SARA Aboriginal Critical Habitat: Program (EC, DFO, PCA)

Species at Risk (Aboriginal capacity building) (EC, DFO)

Indian Oil & Gas Canada (INAC)

Indian Resource Council (INAC)

Oil and Gas

Wildlife

Model Forest Program (NRCan)

Forestry in Aboriginal Treaty Negotiations (NRCan)

Mountain Pine Beetle Initiative (NRCan)

First Nations Forestry Program (INAC, NRCAN)

Forestry

Aboriginal Affairs & Sustainable Communities (NRCan) Mining, Processing & Environmental Research (NRCan) Minerals & Metals Statistics Collection & Dissemination Program

Minerals

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DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Governance and Relationships

Sound Aboriginal governance and support of institutional capacity and clarification of the respective roles in the relationship

Federal Aboriginal Affairs

Sound management of public resources used in the implementation of Aboriginal programs and policies

Aboriginal Governance and Institutions

Aboriginal Peoples are supported by effective Aboriginal governance and institutions

Treaties, Claims and Self-Government Arrangements

Strong inter-governmental and treaty relationships and governance established through effective negotiation, settlement and implementation of treaties, claims and self-government arrangements

Litigation

Legal rights and obligations are clarified and resolved and risk is managed

National/Provincial/ Territorial/Regional Aboriginal Organizations

Comprehensive Claims

Self-Government

Settlements and Awards

First Nations Governance

Specific Claims

Legal Services/ Operations

Specialized Aboriginal Organizations

Historical Treaties

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DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Governance and Relationships

Sound Aboriginal governance and support of institutional capacity and clarification of the respective roles in the relationship

Federal Aboriginal Affairs

Sound management of public resources used in the implementation of Aboriginal programs and policies

Aboriginal Governance and Institutions

Treaties, Claims and Self-Government Arrangements

Litigation

Aboriginal Statistics Program (StatsCan)

Aboriginal Peoples Survey (StatsCan)

Aboriginal Statistical Training Program (StatsCan)

Social & Cultural Sector (TBS)

Social & Aboriginal Affairs Secretariat (PCO)

Social Policy & Aboriginal Policy (Fin)

Policy / Coordination (FAC)

Translation Bureau (PWGSC)

Pilot Program: Aboriginal Research (SSHRC)

Aboriginal Labour Affairs Office (HRSDC)

Aboriginal Research:Pilot Program (SSHRC)

Policy Research Fund (SWC)

Policy & External Relations (SWC)

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DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Governance and Relationships

Sound Aboriginal governance and support of institutional capacity and clarification of the respective roles in the relationship

Federal Aboriginal Affairs

Aboriginal Governance and Institutions

Aboriginal People are supported by effective Aboriginal governance and institutions

Treaties, Claims and Self-Government Arrangements

Litigation

National/Provincial/ Territorial/Regional Aboriginal Organizations

Federal Interlocutor’s Contribution Program (OFI-INAC)

Powley Response (OFI-INAC & depts.)

Aboriginal Representative Organization Program (PCH)

Aboriginal Women’s Program (PCH)

Funding for NAOs (i.e. AFN, CAP), PTO (ie FSIN, BC Summit) (INAC) – title TBC

Aboriginal Fisheries Authorities and Enterprises (DFO)

Band Support Funding (INAC)

Tribal Council Funding (INAC)

Band Employee Benefits (INAC)

Band Advisory Services (INAC)

Indian & Inuit Management Development (INAC)

Professional & Institutional Development (INAC) - title TBC

Band Governance (Elections and Bylaws) INAC

First Nations Governance

Specialized Aboriginal Organizations

Comprehensive Community Planning - Community Development (INAC)

Indian Taxation Advisory Board

Aboriginal Financial Officers Association

Indian Claims Commission

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DRAFT: May 10, 2005

Governance and Relationships

Sound Aboriginal governance and support of institutional capacity and clarification of the respective roles in the relationship

Federal Aboriginal Affairs

Aboriginal Governance and Institutions

Treaties, Claims and Self-Government Arrangements

Strong inter-governmental and treaty relationships and governance established through effective negotiation, settlement and implementation of treaties, claims and self-government arrangements

Litigation

  • Negotiations (INAC)
  • -Treaty Related Measures (INAC)
  • -Surplus Federal Real Property Program (INAC)
  • -Incremental Treaty Agreements - BC & Marshall (INAC)
  • -Enrolment and ratification
  • -Negotiations Preparedness Initiative (INAC)
  • -Negotiation Support Funding: Loan Support (INAC) –
  • non-budgetary
  • -Research for Comp Claims (INAC)
  • -Funding provided to BCTC (cost shared with BC government
  • covered by SG funding) (INAC) - TBC
  • -Contribution payments to BCTC for operations (INAC) - TBC
  • -Powley Consultations (INAC – Comp Claims)
  • -Federal Operations (All Depts)
    • Negotiation costs (INAC)

Comprehensive Claims

Settlements: (INAC)

-The Gwich’in Agreement

-The Sahtu Dene & Métis Agreement

-The Nunavut Land Claims Agreement

-The Nisga’a Agreement

-Mackenzie Valley Resource Royalties

-Council for Yukon First Nations Final Agreement

•The Vuntut Gwich’in First Nation •The Selkirk First Nation

•The First Nation of Nacho Nyak Dun •The Tr’ondëk Hwëchi’in First Nation

•The Teslin Tlingit Council •The Ta’an Kwach’an Council

•The Champagne and Aishihik First Nations •The Kwanlin Dun First Nation

•Carmacks-Little Salmon

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Governance and Relationships

Sound Aboriginal governance and support of institutional capacity and clarification of the respective roles in the relationship

Federal Aboriginal Affairs

Aboriginal Governance and Institutions

Treaties, Claims and Self-Government Arrangements

Strong inter-governmental and treaty relationships and governance established through effective negotiation, settlement and implementation of treaties, claims and self-government arrangements

Litigation

Comprehensive Claims

Self-Government

  • Negotiations (INAC)
  • -Negotiation Support Funding (INAC)
  • -Gathering Strength –
  • Reorientation of Self-Government (INAC)
  • -Federal Operations (All Depts)
    • Negotiation Costs (INAC)
  • Implementation - (INAC)
  • -Westbank (pre-effective date)
  • -Sechelt

Implementation (INAC)

-The Inuvialuit Agreement

-The Gwich’in Agreement

-The Sahtu Dene & Métis Agreement

-The Nisga’a Agreement

-Payment to the GNWT for the Implementation of Comprehensive Claims

-The Council for Yukon First Nations Final Agreement

•The Vuntut Gwich’in First Nation •The Selkirk First Nation

•The First Nation of Nacho Nyak Dun •The Tr’ondëk Hwëchi’in First Nation

•The Teslin Tlingit Council •The Ta’an Kwach’an Council

•The Champagne and Aishihik First Nations •The Kwanlin Dun First Nation •Carmacks-Little Salmon

James Bay and Northern Québec Cree, Inuit, & Naskapi

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Governance and Relationships

Sound Aboriginal governance and support of institutional capacity and clarification of the respective roles in the relationship

Federal Aboriginal Affairs

Aboriginal Governance and Institutions

Treaties, Claims and Self-Government Arrangements

Strong inter-governmental and treaty relationships and governance established through effective negotiation, settlement and implementation of treaties, claims and self-government arrangements

Litigation

Specific Claims

Historic Treaties

Specific and Special Claims – Research, Negotiations (INAC)

ISCC

CRC

Specific Claims – Settlements (INAC)

Special Claims – Settlements (INAC)

Specific Clams – Treaty Land Entitlements – Settlements (INAC)

Marshall Response Initiative (DFO, IANC)

Historic Treaty Commissions (INAC)

-Office of the Treaty Commissioner – Saskatchewan

Exploratory Treaty Tables:

-NAN-Ontario

-Treaty 6 – Alberta

-Treaty 8 – Alberta

-FSIN/Saskatchewan Table

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Governance and Relationships

Sound Aboriginal governance and support of institutional capacity and clarification of the respective roles in the relationship

Federal Aboriginal Affairs

Aboriginal Governance and Institutions

Treaties, Claims and Self-Government Arrangements

Litigation

Legal rights and obligations are clarified and resolved, and risk is managed

Settlements and Awards

Litigation Management – Settlements (INAC)

Litigation Management – Operations, Resolution and Prevention (INAC)

Aboriginal Affairs Portfolio: Management of Aboriginal Litigation (DOJ)

Aboriginal Affairs Portfolio (DOJ)

Aboriginal Affairs Portfolio: Management of Métis Litigation (DOJ)

Legal Services/ Operations

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