In accordance with the provisions of the agreement, certain territorial issues have been transferred to the new government, including wildlife management, space development and development, real estate taxation and natural resource management. The Nunavut Surface Rights Tribunal (NSRT), the Nunavut Planning Commission (NPC), the Nunavut Impact Review Board (NIRB) and the Nunavut Water Board (NWB) were created by Section 10 NA. NiRB`s powers, functions, objectives and obligations were defined in Section 12 of the NKA, while the requirement to establish legislation to further define niRB`s powers was included. The July 9, 1993 agreement formed the basis for the creation of Nunavut`s new territory, officially founded on April 1, 1999. The agreement resulted in a political agreement setting dates for the introduction of legislation for the final creation of the territory, the Government of Nunavut, and a transition process. The Nunavut Agreement is a 1993 land agreement between Inuit in the Nunavut Settlement Area (then part of the Northwest Territories) and the Government of Canada under the Constitution Act 1982. Lands are not considered «Indian-only territories» in relation to the Constitution Act of 1867. The Inuit were represented by the Tunngavik Federation of Nunavut to conclude the agreement. Agreement means the Amland claim agreement between the Inuit of the Nunavut Settlement Area and Her Majesty the Queen in Canadian law, signed on May 25, 1993 and presented to the House of Commons for the Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development on May 26, 1993, and any changes made to that agreement in accordance with the agreement; (Agreement) CONSIDERING that the contracting parties agree that it is desirable to negotiate a focal claim agreement on which Inuit obtain rights and benefits defined in exchange for rights, rights, titles and interests based on the assertion of Aboriginal title; For more information about NPC, please visit www.nunavut.ca. CONSIDERING that the Constitution Act of 1982 recognizes and confirms the existing Aboriginal and contractual rights of Aboriginal people in Canada, and that contractual rights include rights that can be acquired through land agreements; CONSIDERANT that the agreement is a land agreement within the meaning of Section 35 of the Constitution Act 1982; CONSIDERING that Inuit represented in the Nunavut Tungavik Federation assert Aboriginal title to Nunavut`s residential area, which is described in section 3, based on their traditional and current use and occupation of fast land, water and ice, in accordance with their own customs and customs; 3. For greater security, any person or entity whose agreement confers a right, prerogative, benefit or power or imposes an obligation or liability may exercise the right, prerogative, benefit or power, to discharge the obligation or liability, to the extent provided by the contract.

(2) The Nunavut Wildlife Management Board is not an agent of Her Majesty in the Canadian right. The Nunavut Water Board was established as an institution of public government in point 13.2.1 of the Nunavut Agreement. The ANC has responsibility and authority to regulate, use and manage water in Nunavut`s residential area.

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