In 1998, the Indian Claims Commission recommended the federal government either remove the structures or begin negotiations to obtain the lands affected by the flooding and compensate the First Nations.
What does ICC stand for?
ICC stands for Indian Claims Commission (Government of Canada)
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- Incident Command Center
- Incoming Trunk Circuit (ANSI, ITU-T)
- Increased Cost of Compliance
- Independence Community College
- Independent Christian Church
- Independent Citizens' Committee (various locations)
- Independent Consultants Cooperative
- Independent Control Check (aviation maintenance)
- India Community Center (California)
- Indian Camp Creek (Missouri)
- Indian Community Centre (Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK)
- Indian Creek Camp (Liberty, TN)
- Indian Cultural Centre (various locations)
- Indianapolis Children's Choir (Indianapolis, IN)
- Indianapolis Convention Center
- Indice des Coûts de Construction
- Indigenous Coordination Centre (Australia)
- Individual Camouflage Cover
- Individual Cylinder Control
- Individually Calculated Customer
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The act would have placed a $7 million cap on settlements and replaced the Indian Claims Commission with a new "independent" claims resolution body.
Spokane does not benefit because it missed its filing opportunity before the Indian Claims Commission.
The committee suggested that an Indian claims commission be established to deal with long-standing grievances that were impeding Indian participation in Canadian society.
The Indian Claims Commission was created in July 1991 following the confrontation over land at Oka, Quebec, the year earlier.
In the United States, the Indian Claims Commission Act of 1946 was in part compelled by American reflections on Hitler's justification of the invasion of Czechoslovakia and Poland by invoking the example of the United States' treatment of indigenous American Indians during the period of manifest destiny.