Fond du Lac

Alternate Names
Fond du Lac Denesuline Nation
Latitude
59.32748567
Longitude
-107.1889218
Province
Saskatchewan
Region
Saskatchewan
Type
First Nation Location
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Athabasca Denesuliné Inquiry Into the Claim of the Fond du Lac, Black Lake, and Hatchet Lake First Nations

E-Books
Author/Creator
Indian Claims Commission
Description
Indian Claims Commission (ICC) considered whether Canada wrongly denied Treaty rights north of the 60th parallel, beyond Treaty 8 and Treaty 10 boundaries. ICC concluded Treaty boundaries did not extend into the traditional lands north of 60; however harvesting rights do extend beyond Treaty boundaries. Recommended the parties negotiate resolution. [This file has been saved and made available online with permission from the Indian Claims Commission website before it closed down in March 2009.]
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Athabasca Denesuline Special Report on the Treaty Harvesting Rights of the Fond Du Lac, Black Lake and Hatchet Lake First Nations

Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Indian Claims Commission
Description
FILES CAN ONLY BE ACCESSED USING FIREFOX BROWSER. Final, special report examines the legal review of the Athabasca Denesuline claim for formal recognition of treaty harvesting rights north of the 60th parallel. Commissioners were Daniel J. Bellegarde and P.E. James Prentice. [These files were created and compiled by the ICC and provided to the Indigenous Studies Portal in 2009 to make widely available in online format.]
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Building Capacity of Fond du Lac Entrepreneurs to Establish and Operate Local Tourism Business: Assessment and Proposed Training

Alternate Title
CUISR Monograph Series
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Peter Johnker
Colleen Whitedeer
Diane McDonald
CUISR Monograph Series
Description
Study examines local capacity for local business creation by conducting a needs assessment of knowledge, skills and required training and creation of a supportive social-political environment.
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Fond du Lac Priest Recalls 54 Years

Articles » General
Author/Creator
Graham Guest
Denosa, December 1981, pp. 16-18
Description
Father Charles Gamache recalls fifty-four years in Fond du Lac. Page one: portrait of Father Charles Gamache and Brother Jean Marie Labonte. Page two: picture of church.
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How to Practice Posthumanism in Environmental Learning: Experiences with North American and South Asian Indigenous Communities

Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Author/Creator
Ranjan Datta
IAFOR Journal of Education, vol. 4, no. 1, Spring, 2016, pp. 53-67
Description
Discusses first-hand experiences in Fund Du Lac, Saskatchewan and Chittagong Hill Tracts in Bangladesh which illustrate how a researcher can move beyond a Western approach to engage participants as co-researchers.
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Indian Claims Commission Proceedings (1995)

Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Indian Claims Commission
Description
Includes reports for Athabasca Denesuline Inquiry, the Fond du Lac claim, Black Lake and Hatchet Lake First Nations; Lax Kw'alaams Indian Band Inquiry and claim, Young Chipeewayan Inquiry, claim regarding Stoney Knoll Indian Reserve No. 107, Micmacs of Gesgapegiag Inquiry, claim to Horse Island, Chippewas of the Thames Inquiry, Muney Land Claim.
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Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples: Presentation by Chief Dan Robillard, Prince Albert Tribal Council

Alternate Title
Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples - Transcriptions of Public Hearings and Round Table Discussions
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Dan Robillard
John McDonald
Description
File contains a presentation by Chief Dan Robillard, Prince Albert Tribal Council. Robillard discusses the importance of language to culture, and highlights some economic complaints directed at government policy with relation to freight costs and outfitting. Robillard also highlights his view that the Inuit have been given superior assistance to that recieved by the Dene. Chief John McDonald then discusses multi-jurisdictional issues. Following this, Commissioners Erasmus and Chartrand make some questions and comments on land use in the north.
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Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples: Presentation by Chief George Fern, Prince Albert Tribal Council

Alternate Title
Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples - Transcriptions of Public Hearings and Round Table Discussions
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
George Fern
Description
File contains a presentation by Chief George Fern, Prince Albert Tribal Council. Fern states that he is the Chief of the Fond du Lac First Nation, and that resource co-management and revenue sharing is the position his Nation takes on economic development in the area which he believes is consistent with Treaty.
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Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples: Presentation by John Dantouze, Prince Albert Tribal Council

Alternate Title
Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples - Transcriptions of Public Hearings and Round Table Discussions
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
John Dantouze
Description
File contains a presentation by John Dantouze, Prince Albert Tribal Council. Dantouze presents on behalf of Saskatchewan's three Denesuline nations with regard to their Treaties (Number Eight and Number Ten) and their court case against the federal government. The case centred around the negotiations between the government and the Inuit to create Nunavut, and the Dene argued that their traditional territories were being unfairly partitioned and given away to the new territory.
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Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples: Presentation by Vice Chief John McDonald, Prince Albert Tribal Council

Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
John McDonald
Description
File contains a presentation by Vice-Chief John McDonald, Prince Albert Tribal Council. McDonald discusses his problems with the Nunavut settlement and requests that "the Royal Commmission on Aboriginal Peoples...undertake a review of the impact of the Nunavut Settlement Agreement on the treaty and aboriginal rights of the Athabasca Denesuline Bands and this review, including recommendations, be completed by the fall of 1992."
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