Resident assistants dating residents
FNI ratifies Agreement-in-Principle (March 30, 2008). Canada ratifies Agreement-in-Principle (June, 2008). 2009 – First Stage of the Enrolment Process November 30, 2009 marked the conclusion of the first stage of the enrolment process held under the Agreement for the Recognition of the Qalipu Mi’kmaq First Nation Band.
As of November 30, 2009, close to 25,000 applications had been received and approximately 11,000 have been approved by the Enrolment Committee.
2014-Qalipu Mi’kmaq First Nation Act In June, 2014 Qalipu Mi’kmaq First Nation Act received Royal Assent.
2015-Review Process Extended, Review Committee Enhanced On April 2, 2015, the Government of Canada and FNI announced that the enrolment process was extended to June 30, 2016 and the appeal process deadline was extended to January 31, 2017.
1972 No Mi’kmaq living on the island of Newfoundland are recognized as being eligible for registration under the federal .
Paragraph 94 of the decision said “The motion is dismissed with costs to the other Plaintiffs and the Defendant.” 2011- Qalipu is Recognized as a First Nation Band The Qalipu Mi’kmaq First Nation was created as a “band” under the Indian Actby an Order in Council on September 22, 2011, and 23,877 members were found eligible and registered as founding members of the Qalipu Mi’kmaq First Nation Band.
FNI and Canada hold consultation sessions with Mi’kmaq communities and FNI members.
Consensus: FNI members want registered Status under the .
FNI and chiefs of six affiliated bands begin a Federal Court Action seeking eligibility for registration under the FNI applies to add new bands to list of Plaintiffs in court action. FNI amends by-laws: each of the affiliated bands must accept minimum criteria for the admission of persons into its membership (2002).
1992–2002: Decade of on-and-off negotiations The Department of Indian Affairs invites the FNI to discuss an agreement while placing its court case in abeyance (1999). 2002: Exploratory discussions Canada approaches FNI to engage in discussions to settle the court action. Honorable Marc Lalonde appointed as the special representative to lead the discussions.