Political Accord (Canada)
Political Accords are generally characterised by a cross-governmental approach to agreement making. This means that federal, provincial and Aboriginal governments or bodies are party to negotiations. An accord may establish a consultation process and subject matter of a proposed agreement, or may constitute a final agreement itself. Political accords often take place in the context of self-government negotiations.
Beaufort-Delta Political Accord1/01/2000
Inuit Partnership Accord31/05/2005
Metis Nation Accord 1992
Nunavut Political Accord1/01/1992
Political Accord between Akaitcho Territory Dene First Nations and Government of the Northwest Territories 200013/06/2000
Political Accord to Establish a Nunavik Commission for Self-Government 1999

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