Since the signing of the framework agreement on September 22, 1992, eight other First Nations, who were not originally signatories to the framework agreement, have been validated under the framework agreement and their specific agreements have been ratified and signed. First Nations are still working on a gap: this fact sheet describes municipal service agreements, tax identity cards and statutory agreements agreed upon when creating a First Nations reserve space in urban municipalities. Specific allegations relate to complaints made by First Nations to the federal government for non-compliance with their legal obligations arising from historical contracts and/or the way it managed First Nations funds or assets. The federal government resolves these claims by negotiating specific compensation agreements with First Nations. Although the State Government has not signed these agreements, it is working with the federal government to allow additional reserve allocations resulting from specific debt clearing agreements that contain a land element. In 1992, the provincial and federal governments and 25 First Nations signed the Saskatchewan Treaty Framework Agreement. It has set out a framework for the implementation of THE LET obligations. Eight subsequent TLE agreements with First Nations were signed. Between 1871 and 1907, Saskatchewan First Nations signed a series of contracts with the Crown, known as numbered contracts. Each of these contracts offered a reserve ground that was to be fixed by the Canadian government for a First Nation. The size of the reserve country was based on the population of a first nation and the per capita formula within the specific contract. In Saskatchewan, many First Nations have received their full land allocation as part of their contracts.
However, some First Nations have not complied with the contractual land authorization agreements (FTTs) and are complying with contractual commitments to place the promised amount of the reserve country under these contracts. It is the agreement that allows the First Nation to enter into a land authorization (TLE) contract with Canada and Saskatchewan to resolve an outstanding FTA application. 4. VIDEO ACTIVITY – To better illustrate and understand the Saskatchewan Country Qualification Agreement, let students watch Part 3 of From Dream to Reality.