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Tkc Final Agreement

KDFN has approximately 1,000 square kilometres of settlement area in the Whitehorse area, while TKC has about 800. The land comes from the final agreements and self-management of First Nations, including land management rights. The framework agreement is the framework in which 11 of Yukon`s 14 First Nations have reached a final agreement on claims settlement. All provisions relating to the final agreement are part of any final First Nation agreement. „Protecting and conserving our land and heritage sites for future generations is one of the top priorities of the Kwanlin Don First Nation. Our ancestors have lived in this country for thousands of years and we must continue to play our role as managers of land, air, water and animals. The Department of Heritage, Lands and Resources will strengthen its patrols and community involvement in the use of these lands to raise awareness of the provisions of our agreements and our values of resource conservation and land conservation. On January 13, 2002, the Ta`an Kw-ch`n Council signed its final self-management agreement and became the Autonomous First Nation on April 1, 2002. Doris Bill, head of the KDFN, said in the same press release that the protection and preservation of land and cultural sites was a top priority for future generations and that the First Nation would strengthen the Community`s patrols and commitment „to raise awareness of the provisions of our agreements and our values of resource preservation and respect for the country.“ Mayes said there was a „general lack of awareness“ on the part of both New Yukon and long-time residents about the Yukon First Nations agreements and encouraged people to research and contact KDFN with questions. Neither boss was able to take a position before the press. „We respect everyone`s desire to enjoy all that Yukon has to offer. But we are concerned that the increased use of these spaces for recreational activities will have a negative impact,“ TKC chief Kristina Kane said in the press release. The Yukoner and all travellers crossing whitehorse and the surrounding area are calling on Yukoner and all travellers crossing whitehorse and the surrounding area to support efforts to protect and preserve the cultural and ecological integrity of the Lands Settlement First Nation.

„… We don`t want to ban people, but at the same time we need our country to rest.“ 4x4s are also driven in sensitive areas such as the Alps or through marshes and wetlands, destroying vegetation and animal habitats. „If people have a choice, we just ask them not to use some of these areas and let the country take a break,“ Mayes said. „We`ve never seen so many people in the country and we`ve used it, and if they have a choice, just give (the country) a cooling time. And we don`t want to ban people, but at the same time, we need our country to rest and take a break. Ta`an Kwach`n Council Final Agreement Ta`an Kwach`n Council Self-Government Agreement Kwanlin Don First Nation and the Ta`an Kwach`on Council urge people not to use their settlements and to be respectful if they do so after seeing a deterioration of cultural and natural resources. However, Brandy Mayes, KDFN`s Chief Operating Officer, said in an interview on July 15 that the First Nation had seen more people in residential areas than ever before. Ta`an Kwach`n Council and Kwanlin Don First Nation urge the public not to use residential land to give terrestrial, aquatic and wild populations time to heal. If visitors do not know if they are using residential land or if they have questions about land management practices, they are asked to contact KDFN or TKC or consult the Settlement Lands map.


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