Overlap/Boundary Agreement (Canada)
Overlap or boundary agreements are negotiated between First Nations in the context of land claims negotiations where traditional territories overlap or intersect. Such agreements may cover both land and resource interests and may set out provisions relating to matters including the exercise of harvesting rights, delineation of shared use and claims areas, consultation and shared decision-making.
Akaitcho/Tlicho Overlap Agreement31/10/2002
Tlicho/Deh Cho Overlap Agreement31/10/2002
Yukon Transboundary Agreement1/01/1992

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