NRTA

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AcronymDefinition
NRTANational Retired Teachers Association
NRTANantucket Regional Transit Authority (Massachusetts)
NRTANational Retail Tenants Association
NRTANatural Resources Transfer Agreement (Canada)
NRTANaval Recruiting and Training Agency (UK MoD)
NRTANorthwest Regional Transmission Association
NRTANational Rural Telecom Association
NRTANational Rat Terrier Association
NRTAnear-real-time accountancy
NRTANational Research and Technology Audit
NRTANorthern Real Time Applications
NRTANorth Rockland Teachers Association
NRTANational Recreation Trails Act
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The OHV restriction does not apply to the use of an OHV by Indigenous peoples when exercising a right recognized and affirmed under Part II of the Constitution Act, 1982 or a right under section 12 of the Natural Resources Transfer Agreement.
she asked, pointing out that the Natural Resources Transfer Agreement and the Constitution protected First Nations rights to hunt, fish and trap.
6-9 where discussion centred around the Natural Resources Transfer Agreement, which shifted control of Crown land and natural resources from the federal government to the provincial governments in 1930.
Unless one is deeply immersed in the legalities of Aboriginal hunting and trapping rights on the Prairies, the 1930 Natural Resources Transfer Agreement (NRTA) (1) appears to be an obscure chapter in Canadian constitutional history of very little relevance today.
Tough, "The Forgotten Constitution: The Natural Resources Transfer Agreements and Indian Livelihood Rights, ca.
However, Alberta's constitutional framework has been largely built from the raw material of national legislation and constitutional initiatives including the founding Alberta Act, the Natural Resources Transfer Agreement, and the Constitution Act, 1982.
First Nations leaders from Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba gathered to discuss treaties that fall under the Natural Resources Transfer Agreement and the rights First Nations have to natural resources.
As one of his portfolio assignments as the federation's seventh vice-chief, Adam was in charge of examining the effects of the 1930 Natural Resources Transfer Agreement.
Cachene said that the Natural Resources Transfer Agreement was passed to the provinces in the 1930s, but the obligations didn't go with it.
Pratt said they want their rights recognized and are looking at challenging the Natural Resources Transfer Agreement.
And when the federal government transferred all federal Crown lands to the Prairie provinces under the Natural Resources Transfer Agreements of the early 1930s, our traditional rights remained unaffected, despite our lack of consent or consultation on a matter of central importance to each of our respective treaty First Nations.
The main focus of the roundtable talks was deciding how treaties can be brought into discussions on resource revenue sharing through the Natural Resources Transfer Agreements (NRTA), and to reclaim lands and territories.
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