DIAND

AcronymDefinition
DIANDDepartment of Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Government of Canada)
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A major source of grievance is that while financial scrutiny and budgetary approval are formally DIAND responsibilities, it is widely thought that DIAND officials are unwilling to stand up to the powerful Treasury Board Secretariat on behalf of the boards and thus subject them to inappropriate standards and processes.
A Comparison of Three Techniques for Analyzing the Arthropod Diand of Plain Titmouse and Chestnut-BackedChickadee Nestlings (Comparacion de Tres Tecnicas para Analizar la Utilizacion de Artropodos en la Dianda de Pichones de Parus inornatus y P.
The Nunavut Act did not authorize the DIAND minister to recommend such appointments except from the premier's list, and this point seems to have been lost in the discussion of the matter.
In 1970, responsibility for adult education in the Arctic was transferred from DIAND in Ottawa to the GNWT in Yellowknife.
Organizations involved in the planning include a number of representatives from Parks Canada, Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO), Environment Canada, Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development (DIAND), Environment and Natural Resources (Government of the NWT), and Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS).
(42) Three central events have shaped Aboriginal policing in the modern era, namely (a) the withdrawal of the RCMP from regular policing in FNs in Ontario and Quebec announced in the 1960s; (b) Indian Affairs' (DIAND) 1971 Circular 55 policy on policing Aboriginal communities which identified principles that should guide such policing (e.g., greater consultation and "ownership" by Aboriginals) and expanded the role for band constable policing services; (c) the FNPP in 1991 (Don Clairmont, "Ipperwash Inquiry, Aboriginal Policing in Canada: An Overview of Developments in First Nations" (Toronto: Ontario Department of Justice, 2006)).
Isolation and characterization of diand tetranucleotide microsatellite loci in geoduck clams, Panopea abrupta.
Shortly before arriving at the Oka crisis itself, Swain detours through DIAND, his perch dur ing the events, the principal interface between Canada and indigenous peoples for over a hundred years, and a major player in the crisis, its origins and its aftermath.
Diand tripeptides are transported into the intestinal epithelial cells, along with hydrogen ions, via the PepT1 transporter.
The report requests a definite obligation by the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development (DIAND) to work with First Nations communities that choose their political leadership under the current Indian Act electoral system.
Kinetics and mechanism of the alkali catalysed condensations of diand trimethylol phenols by themselves and phenol.
A typical example is the work conducted by DIAND (Diand, 2001) to handle the ~230,000 tones of dust generated by the Giant Yellowknife mine in the NWT.