Students will learn about regimes (e.g. Indian Act, FNLM Act, ILT Initiative, informal); enabling legislation (e.g. CLS Act, land codes, First Nation bylaws); establishing/re-establishing parcels; boundary evidence (physical, occupational, coordinates); and registering interests (Indian Lands Registry and other registries).
This is an on-campus class in Kamloops.
This is the first course of the Certificate for First Nation Applied Lands Management program.