|Statement||David Laidlaw and Monique M. Passelac-Ross|
|Series||CIRL occasional paper -- #38|
|Contributions||Passelac-Ross, Monique, 1949-, Canadian Institute of Resources Law|
|LC Classifications||HC85 .L35 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 58 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||58|
|LC Control Number||2012398705|
Bill Alberta Land Stewardship Act Summary. This is a follow-up to the Member Bulletin issued on Friday, May 1, On Ap the Honourable Ted Morton, Minister of Sustainable Resource Development, tabled B the Alberta Land Stewardship Act (ALSA). This proposed legislation received second. Get this from a library! Sharing land stewardship in Alberta: the role of Aboriginal peoples. [David Laidlaw; Monique Passelac-Ross; Canadian Institute of Resources Law.] -- This paper explores one possibility of revitalizing the relationship between First Nations, the people of Alberta and the lands and waters of Alberta that we all care for. Sharing Land Stewardship in Alberta: The Role of Aboriginal Peoples. Download. (Kb) Author Laidlaw, David Passelac-Ross, Monique. Accessioned TZ Available TZ Issued TZ. Other Alberta First Nations Joint Stewardship AgreementsCited by: 1. The legal basis for regional land-use planning in Alberta was established in October, with the proclamation of the Alberta Land Stewardship Act (ALSA). This legislation is intended to plan for the future needs of Albertans and manage growth, while respecting existing property rights.
Green Acreages Guide Workshops Growing the Program. In addition to the Primer and Workbook, Land Stewardship Centre (LSC) also developed a “workshop in a box” resource for municipalities that had expressed interest in hosting Green Acreages Guide-specific workshops. Sharing Land Stewardship in Alberta: The Role of Aboriginal Peoples (CIRL Occasional Paper, 38) [David Laidlaw, Monqiue M. Passelac-Ross] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Land-use Framework (). Provides a blueprint for land-use management and decision-making that addresses Alberta’s growth pressures. Understanding Land-use in Alberta (). The way in which land is used, the land-use issues, and the choices required . Alberta Land Stewardship Act. Summary; Detailed Information; Description. The Act enables government to provide direction and leadership in identifying current and future land-use objectives of the Province, including economic, environmental and social objectives, while respecting private property rights. The Act provides for the coordination.
Land-value taxes also use the sales price of land as a tax base to determine the land user’s tax obligation; to reference the sales price of land instead of its rental value psychologically already implies land ownership rather than a sense of land stewardship with which comes with a responsibility to the community one belongs to. The Land-use Framework creates a better balance among economic, social and environmental interests in the land. It is a significant step forward in the evolution of land-use planning and decision-making in Alberta. The Land-use Framework is based on three years of consultation with stakeholders and the public, involving thousands of Albertans. The proposed Alberta Land Stewardship Act would help sustain economic growth, while meeting Albertans’ social and environmental objectives. B tabled April 27 in the Legislature, creates the authority for regional plans for each of. ALBERTA LAND STEWARDSHIP ACT 67 Incentives and programs Part 5 Transitional Provisions, Related Amendments and Coming into Force 68 Conservation easement transition Related amendments 96 Coming into force HER MAJESTY, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta, enacts as follows: Purposes of Act.