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IAMC Supporting Letters And Documents

The Indigenous Advisory and Monitoring Committee (IAMC) is guided by the following documents below. In addition, the Committee is guided by section 35 of the Constitutional Act 1982, recognizing and affirming Aboriginal treaty rights, principles of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action.

Foundational Documents


CLEAR- #BCHwy1 is now open in both directions between Bolton Rd and Tappen Beach Rd in #TappenBC following an earlier vehicle incident. Expect delays due to congestion. #SalmonArm

Job Board: Executive Director: Indigenous & Community Connections, Government of Alberta https://windspeaker.com/job-board/12245

Help advance our AFN National Climate Strategy. AFN invites #FirstNations to join webinar 3/4 on Wed Aug 10, 1-4pm EDT on closing the infrastructure gap + ensuring First Nations are equipped to respond to all emergencies. Register: http://ow.ly/NOXZ50JYE7W #ClimateAction

Canadians from all walks of life may report at least one neighbourhood issue as a problem. This experience is concentrated among those with the lowest socioeconomic status.

View the Inequalities in Housing in Canada infographic: http://ow.ly/MTtC50K5s2I

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.@Pontifex visit to Lac Ste. Anne Pilgrimage & Ermineskin First Nation, site of former residential school, are framed as an important step toward reconciliation. @IAMC_TMX’s Socioeconomic Subcommittee’s thoughts are with survivors and their families, and all Indigenous peoples. ... See MoreSee Less
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@IAMC_TMX Marine Shipping Subcommittee toured Westridge Marine Terminal on July 12 with @Transport_gc. @TransMtn Lead Environmental Officer explained that safety measures like bubble rings are taken to provide sound damping while pile driving to not disturb any sea life. If marine fauna enter the buffer zone set aside for pile driving, the company completing the work has included an emergency shut procedure. More safety measures are provided by having new @MarineResponse site nearby. ... See MoreSee Less
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"Opening the door to inspections with the BC provincial regulator is an important step forward and the start of a special relationship between the Indigenous Advisory and Monitoring Committee and the B.C. EAO” – Ray Cardinal, Chair, Indigenous Monitoring Subcommittee. ... See MoreSee Less
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During the inspection the Indigenous Monitors and the @bc_eao looked at the Burnaby tank farm, and visited sites where archeological artifacts and Culturally Modified Trees had been found and reported to regulators and Indigenous groups. ow.ly/2vAS50JO8yx ... See MoreSee Less
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Indigenous monitors from the @IAMC_TMX have completed a three-day inspection of the proposed #TMX between Burnaby and Hope, B.C. with the @bc_eao. This marked the first time the Indigenous Monitors have conducted an inspection with a provincial regulator. ... See MoreSee Less
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