6-9 where discussion centred around the Natural Resources Transfer Agreement, which shifted control of Crown land and natural resources from the federal government to the provincial governments in 1930.
What does NRTA stand for?
NRTA stands for Natural Resources Transfer Agreement (Canada)
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We have 9 other meanings of NRTA in our Acronym Attic
- Near Real-Time Data Recovery System
- Nested Reverse-transcriptase Polymerase Chain Reaction Assay
- Non-Real-Time - Variable Bit Rate
- Nantucket Regional Transit Authority (Massachusetts)
- National Rat Terrier Association
- National Recreation Trails Act
- National Research and Technology Audit
- National Retail Tenants Association
- National Retired Teachers Association
- National Rural Telecom Association
- Naval Recruiting and Training Agency (UK MoD)
- near-real-time accountancy
- North Rockland Teachers Association
- Northern Real Time Applications
- Northwest Regional Transmission Association
- Nolan Ryan Tender Aged Beef
- National Road Trauma Advisory Council
- Natural Resources Trust of Bridgewater (Massachusetts)
- Nederlandse Real Tennis Bond
- Not Related To Business
Samples in periodicals archive:
First Nations leaders from Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba gathered to discuss treaties that fall under the Natural Resources Transfer Agreement and the rights First Nations have to natural resources.
Unless one is deeply immersed in the legalities of Aboriginal hunting and trapping rights on the Prairies, the 1930 Natural Resources Transfer Agreement (NRTA) (1) appears to be an obscure chapter in Canadian constitutional history of very little relevance today.
Cachene said that the Natural Resources Transfer Agreement was passed to the provinces in the 1930s, but the obligations didn't go with it.
Pratt said they want their rights recognized and are looking at challenging the Natural Resources Transfer Agreement.
The main focus of the roundtable talks was deciding how treaties can be brought into discussions on resource revenue sharing through the Natural Resources Transfer Agreements (NRTA), and to reclaim lands and territories.