Agreement-in-Principle (AIP) (Canada)
An agreement setting out the objectives of, and elements to be included in a final agreement. The AIP does not create binding legal relations but paves the way for negotiation, and thereby functions as the basis of a final agreement.
Deline Self-Government Agreement-in-Principle for the Sahtu Dene and Metis of Deline 200323/08/2003
Dogrib Comprehensive Land Claim and Self-Government Agreement-in-Principle7/01/2000
Gwich'in and Inuvialuit Self-Government Agreement-In-Principle for the Beaufort-Delta Region1/01/2003
Inuvialuit Land Rights Settlement Agreement-In-Principle1/01/1978
James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement-in-Principle15/11/1974
Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement-in-Principle 200125/06/2001
Nisga'a Agreement-in-Principle1/01/1996
Nunavik Inuit Marine Region Agreement-in-Principle 200225/10/2005
Nunavut Agreement-in-Principle1/01/1990
Tsawwassen First Nation Agreement-in-Principle1/01/2004

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