RRMT 242 - First Nation Land Management

This course explores many aspects of the regimes that Yukon First Nations have developed for managing settlement lands. A large component deals with First Nations Final Agreements and Self-Government Agreements, and the powers and rights these confer on Yukon First Nations in relation to land management. It also covers the rules and programs Yukon First Nations have created to manage settlement lands; for developing subdivisions; for land use planning; and for record keeping using a land registry. This is a second-year level course and expectations are set accordingly. Students are assumed to have taken other university-level courses in addition to the prerequisites.
Students who do not meet the prerequisite requirements may request permission to enroll in this course.

Prerequisites: ENGL 100

Credits
3.00

No scheduled sessions