On December 1, 2016 Metlakatla First Nation became an operational Land Code Nation.
Metlakatla has jurisdiction on Metlakatla First Nation’s 10 Reserve lands. The authority for these decision making powers are contained within the Metlakatla First Nation Land Code, which lays out the principles, legislative and administrative structures that will apply to the management of Metlakatla’s Reserve lands.
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If you have any questions please contact the Meltakatla Lands Department at: email@example.com or (250) 628-3234
For more information on lands related services, see the below links.
DISC – Estate Services for First Nations people (https://www.aadnc-aandc.gc.ca/eng/1100100032357/1100100032361)
First Nation Land Registry Public Access (http://services.aadnc-aandc.gc.ca/ILRS_Public/home/home.aspx)
Metlakatla has ten reserves, totalling over 3,470 hectares of land:
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METLAKATLA LAND USE PLAN - BACKGROUND
The Metlakatla Land Use Planning process is underway. The Plan will guide land use, development and the protection of Metlakatla Reserve lands. It will identify land to accommodate our community’s needs such as housing, recreation, government services, community facilities, infrastructure and economic development. It will also identify areas of cultural and environmental significance that require protection.
What is a Matrimonial Real Property Law and what does it do?
There are many decisions that have to be made when a marriage or common law relationship ends. For example, will one spouse stay in the family home and do they even have a right to? Does each spouse have an equal share in the financial value of the family home? How will marital real property be divided up? Sometimes, spouses agree on how marital real property will be divided up but sometimes they don't.