Carcross Tagish First Nation Self Government Agreement

The implementation of these agreements increasingly requires "state-like" forms of governance. Yukon First Nations and the waters of their traditional territories are subject to a multitude of socio-economic and environmental pressures, including the effects of historical and enduring settler colonialism, global environmental change and mining activities. These communities are implementing modern autonomy and land claims agreements that contain strong recognitions of indigenous rights and authorities, including the right to unchanged "water quality, quantity and rate" on indigenous lands (10% of their traditional territories). Yukon`s self-governing First Nations have real, albeit limited, legal authority in settlement areas, including the ability to legislate to replace territorial legislation. .

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