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Re-elected Harper government would introduce on-reserve private property ownership on band by band basis - APTN National NewsAPTN National News

11.10.15

Re-elected Harper government would introduce on-reserve private property ownership on band by band basis - APTN National NewsAPTN National News: The Conservative platform says a Stephen Harper-led government would immediately move to introduce legislation, requested and influenced by the Whispering Pines-Clinton Indian Band in British Columbia, to introduce a property ownership regime on-reserve.

A Conservative government would introduce similar legislation for any additional First Nations that would want to follow the same path, the platform said.

“A re-elected Conservative government will enact legislation that allows this specific band to move forward in this way,” said the platform document. “If other First Nation bands also choose to pursue this option on a voluntary, opt-in basis, we’ll proceed with similar legislation for them.”


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