If that is true, than one has to wonder about the lucidity of the Conservative federal governments's attempts to do an end-run around consultation and bring in through the back door its 2009 version of the Liberal governments's First Nations Governance act.
What does FNGA stand for?
FNGA stands for First Nations Governance Act
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 3 other meanings of FNGA in our Acronym Attic
- Florida's Natural Growers
- Fondation Nationale de Gérontologie
- Former Navy Gal
- Former Navy Guy
- Freaking New Guy (polite form)
- Friday Night Girl
- Friendly New Guy
- Futile Noble Gesture
- Farthest North Goat Association (Alaska)
- First Nations Golf Association (Chiloquin, OR)
- Florida Natural Gas Association
- Florida Nurserymen & Growers Association
- Fonds National de Gestion Administrative (French: National Administrative Management Fund)
- Fédération Nationale des Groupements Artisanaux de l'Esthétique Cosmétique (French: National Federation of Handicraft Groups of Beauty Cosmetics)
- Fairfax National Golf Club (Centreville, VA)
- Falcon Natural Gas Corp. (Houston, TX)
- First Nations Gaming Commission (Canada)
- Four Nations Golf Challenge (UK)
- Fonds National de Garantie des Calamités Agricoles (French: National Assurance Fund for Agricultural Disasters)
- Fédération Nationale des Gardes Chasses Particuliers (French hunting federation)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In the end, the First Nations Governance Act did not survive the change of prime ministership from Jean Chretien to Paul Martin in December 2004.
INTRODUCTION With the federal government's recognition of an inherent right to self-government in 1995 (Canada 1995), the 1996 report of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, and the twice-proposed First Nations Governance Act (Canada 2002), Aboriginal self-government remained a focus of debate in the early twenty-first century (see Russell 2000; Flanagan 2000).
That committee's work was rejected by former Indian Affairs minister Robert Nault in his First Nations governance Act (FNGA), and that led to the FNGA being rejected by the chiefs.
Winnipeg MP Pat Martin demonstrated impressive mettle on Aboriginal issues during the bitter Aboriginal Affairs committee debate on the First Nations governance act last year.
The national chief of the Assembly of First Nations said "clearly, accountability and transparency are a two-way street," referring to the last two years of controversy over the First Nations governance act, a federal government-led initiative to improve the accountability of First Nations' governments.
Well, it turns out to be a whole lot more complicated than anyone thought and the fuss over the Government of Canada's new First Nations Governance Act is showing just how difficult this may be.
In my case, I refused the First Nations Governance Act because it was more of the same.