Algonquin land claim progress report
Ontario on the results of the preliminary draft AIP review. Crane stated that the pro- vincial and federal governments and the Algonquin Nation have all agreed to further review based on the comments and sug- gestions made during the various public meetings and stakeholder interviews. The goal is to have a final draft AIP ready to present to Algonquin Nation voters for ratification at the end of this year. The draft AIP will be available for public review at least two months prior to the vote. Once all three sides have approved the draft AIP negotiations can begin on the fi- nal land claims agreement. This stage of the process may take between four and five years to conclude, including time spent in public consultations.
L’ORIGNAL | Another step forward is taken on the Algonquin land claim treaty pro- cess for Eastern Ontario. Results of nine public information ses- sions plus more than 100 separate meet- ings with stakeholder groups took place over the past eight months since the pre- liminary draft agreement-in-principle (AIP) was posted for public review and discussion in December 2012. The United Counties of Prescott-Russell council (UCPR) reviewed a four-page sum- mary from Brian Crane, chief negotiator for
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