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Proceedings of the Standing Senate Committee on
Aboriginal Peoples

Second Session Thirty-sixth Parliament, 1999-2000

Chair: The Honourable THELMA J. CHALIFOUX
Tuesday, October 17, 2000

Issue No. 10

First and second meetings on: Bill C-14, An Act respecting an agreement with the Norway House Cree Nation for the settlement of matters arising from the flooding of land, and respecting the establishment of certain reserves in the province of Manitoba

INCLUDING:
THE FIFTH AND SIXTH REPORTS OF THE COMMITTEE


WITNESSES:

Morning sitting

From the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development:

Bill Austin, Assistant Deputy Minister, Claims and Indian Government;

Sandy Jackson, Chief Federal Negotiator, Self-Government;

Gord Kitchen, Director, Land Entitlement and Claims Implementation.

Afternoon sitting

Via Video conference:

The Norway House Cree Nation:

Bryan Hart;

Leonard McKay.

From the Norway House Cree Nation's Band Council:

Fred Muskego, Councillor.

From Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development:

Bill Austin, Assistant Deputy Minister, Claims and Indian Government;

Sandy Jackson, Chief Federal Negotiator, Self-Government;

Gord Kitchen, Director, Land Entitlement and Claims Implementation.

 


MEMBERS OF THE COMMITTEE

The Honourable Thelma J. Chalifoux, Chair

The Honourable Ethel Cochrane, Deputy Chair

and

The Honourable Senators:

Andreychuk, * Boudreau, P.C. (or Hays), Christensen, DeWare, Gill, Johnson, * Lynch-Staunton (or Kinsella), Pearson, Rompkey, P.C., Sibbeston, Watt

* Ex Officio Members

(Quorum 4)

Changes in membership of the committee:

Pursuant to rule 85(4), membership of the committee was amended as follows:

The name of the Honourable Senator Rompkey substituted for that of the Honourable Senator Austin (September 15, 2000).

The name of the Honourable Senator Cochrane was added (September 5, 2000).

The name of the Honourable Senator St. Germain substitution pending (June 30, 2000).

The name of the Honourable Senator Johnson substituted for that of the Honourable Senator Nolin (May 30, 2000).