BCTC

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AcronymDefinition
BCTCBluegrass Community and Technical College (Kentucky)
BCTCBritish Columbia Transmission Corporation (public electric utility)
BCTCBaruch Computing and Technology Center (Baruch College; New York, NY)
BCTCBuilding and Construction Trades Council (Atlanta, GA)
BCTCBattle Command Training Center
BCTCBritish Columbia Treaty Commission
BCTCBusiness Consulting and Training Center (Georgian Technical University)
BCTCBritish Columbia Touring Council
BCTCBedford County Technical Center (Everett, Pennsylvania)
BCTCBattle Command Training Course
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(1) British Columbia Treaty Commission. Common Table Report: based on discussions among Canada, British Columbia and the First Nations participating at the Common Table.
Its basic structure was outlined in the British Columbia Treaty Commission Agreement (178) and implemented through the federal British Columbia Treaty Commission Act (179) and the provincial Treaty Commission Act.
"The British Columbia Treaty Commission is responsible for facilitating treaty negotiations in the province, not including the Nisga'a treaty negotiations....The Commission comprises five Commissioners and 14 full-time staff.
(122) From 1997 to 1998 there was a period of turmoil within the British Columbia Treaty Commission as the chief commissioner, Alex Robertson, left the commission because of failures of government parties to respond to recommendations concerning interim measures and Aboriginal title.
A member community of the Shuswap Tribal Council in British Columbia's Interior filed an application for an injunction on March 16 aimed at stopping the scheduled March 30 ratification vote by Lheidli T'enneh people on their British Columbia Treaty Commission (BCTC) process initialed final agreement.
The provincial government cut the First Nations organization's funding by that amount ($250,000 in each of the next two years) because UBCIC President Stewart Phillip spoke out against the British Columbia Treaty Commission process and in favor of a political demonstration by the Cheam First Nation in south-central British Columbia.
Even the less adversarial Coastal bands, which participate in the British Columbia Treaty Commission process as members of the First Nations Summit and are seen as more conciliatory, have had enough.
The NYM has, in the past two years, occupied the Vancouver office of the British Columbia Treaty Commission and the Westbank First Nation band office in protest of the treaty negotiation process in the province.
Although the deal isn't signed yet, it represents the culmination of Stage 5 of the British Columbia Treaty Commission's six-stage process.
The Summit is the organization that is made up of chiefs of First Nations who are participating in the British Columbia Treaty Commission negotiation process.
West Coast First Nations learned that extinguishment is the pot of gold at the end of the British Columbia Treaty Commission negotiation process rainbow when negotiators representing Canada and the province made an offer they hope will lead to the treaty process' first agreement-in-principle.
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