The parties negotiated a self-management agreement that clarifies and provides certainty as to how the Sahtu Dene and Métis of Delene will apply their inherent right to autonomy. The FSGA describes the structure of the GMD and the powers and powers it will occupy. In addition to the FSGA, the parties have also developed an implementation plan, a funding agreement and a tax treatment agreement. These agreements play a key role in defining the funding of the DGG and in defining how commitments are implemented in the agreement. Following the signing of the agreement in principle, Deline, Canada and GNWT began negotiating the Final Self-Management Agreement (FSGA). These included discussing how self-management should be funded, what the parties should do to ensure that the agreement works as it is supposed to be, and how the self-management agreement and the requirement would work together. At that time, the Line Self-Government Team organized a series of workshops in which community members developed a community constitution. (3) A copy of the Deline Agreement or the Deline Tax Treatment Agreement published by the Queen`s Printer is evidence of this agreement and its content, and it is presumed that a copy to be published by the Queen`s printer will be published unless proven otherwise. After ratification, regional and federal governments also had to approve the agreement and pass laws to recognize it.
Both governments passed laws in 2015 on the recognition of the line`s self-management agreement. In September 2015, deline First Nation, Deline Land Corporation and Deline Charter Community began preparing to dissolve and merge their positions in the Deline Got`ine government. The deline Gotine government began its activities on September 1, 2016 and is now the only government that the elders imagined. 14 The Deline Tax Treatment Agreement is not part of the Déline Agreement and it is neither a treaty nor a land law agreement within the meaning of Articles 25 and 35 of the Constitution Act 1982. The agreement was signed by India`s Minister of Northern Affairs and Development, the Minister of Aboriginal Affairs of the GNWT, the head of the Deline Dene Band and the president of Deline Land Corporation. This agreement is indeed an important agreement of the Community on the model of indigenous/public government. The Sahtu Dene and Métis of Delene, represented by the Delena Land Corporation and the Dene Band, negotiated the FSGA with the Government of Canada, represented by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, and the GNWT, represented by the Department of Aboriginal Affairs and Intergovernmental Relations. Negotiations began in January 1997 and the agreement with the Agreement in Principle (AIP) was signed in Delene in 2003. Final negotiations on an agreement reached in September 2012; The FSGA was signed on December 16, 2013 and signed in February 2015. Between 1996 and 2003, Deline, Canada and GNWT negotiated the self-management agreement.