AANDCAboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
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AANDC has responded to the report by listing actions already completed or underway, including striving for "greater clarity" in funding agreements with retailers that will take effect April 1, 2015, and undertaking retailer compliance reviews in 2014-2015.
The federal response was BREA--a four-year, $21.8M CDN research project led by AANDC and designed to collect data on specific issues related to offshore oil and gas development.
The ARD participates in the federally initiated Aboriginal Strategic Partnership Committee, part of the Federal Framework for Aboriginal Economic Development, committed to increasing the participation of Aboriginal peoples in priority sectors of the economy, including forestry, fisheries, mining, energy and agriculture by building partnerships with Aboriginal groups, the private sector, the provinces and territories (AANDC 2014).
Table 2 shows that, at the time of the policy review (2007) for individuals eligible for Income Assistance (IA), coverage from AANDC continues for three months after relocation.
Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC), formerly the Department of Indian and Northern Affairs (INAC), has been the primary federal supporter of renewable energy development in Nunavut, most notably through its ecoENERGY for Aboriginal and Northern Communities Program, which provides funding to northern Aboriginal communities that want to develop renewable energy technology (RET) systems (AANDC, 2012).
This policy push translated into a gradual transfer of drinking water services responsibility from AANDC to individual First Nations (Canada, Expert Panel 2006).
In July 2011, AANDC released the results of its National Assessment of First Nations Water and Wastewater Systems.
Since AFN National Chief Shawn Atleo's resignation May 1, AANDC has had no official contact with AFN regarding First Nations' education.
AANDC owns the entire collection from the society, approximately 200 pieces of art.
Three departments are clear outliers in the sense of focusing much of their activity on small contracts: Environment Canada (expenditures of $136.6 million over 3,488 contracts), Industry Canada (expenditures of $108.7 million over 2,827 contracts), and Health Canada (expenditures of $115.5 million over 2,793 contracts), while AANDC (expenditures of $120.5 million over 1,660 contracts) and Transport Canada (expenditures of $110.9 million over 1,523 contracts) were the largest users of medium-sized contracts.
The westward migration of all seven tagged seals included portions of offshore oil and gas lease areas in the Canadian Beaufort, which are located over or near the shelf break north of the Mackenzie River estuary (AANDC, 2012).