Instructions for Form PAW9359624.BC "Treaty Related Measures Project Proposal" - Canada

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TREATY RELATED MEASURES PROPOSAL
PAW Number/Fiscal Year:
9359624.BC (2019-2020)
Purpose:
Proposal for the Treaty Related Measures (TRM) is required to provide a project proposal or work plan
that indicates all activities to be undertaken and expected results and outlines the proposed budget for
consultation activities.
Reporting Period:
For the coming fiscal year ending March 31st
Due Date:
As specified in the terms and conditions of the offer
Field Definitions:
Field
Definition
Applicant Information
First Nation or Treaty Organization
The legal name of the First Nation or Treaty Organization
Name
applying for the contribution as per the legal name of
incorporation that will appear on the funding agreement. If the
applicant is a Treaty Organization, list all First Nations who are
represented in this project.
Organization Number
Number for the organization as shown in the Department's
Financial Management Manual (Crown-Indigenous Relations
and Northern Affairs Canada (CIRNAC) internal use).
Mailing Address
The address of the First Nation or Treaty Organization
(Number/Street/Apartment/P.O. Box)
applying for the contribution.
City/Town
Province/Territory
Postal Code
Contact
Given Name
The given name, family name, position title, telephone
number, facsimile number and email address (if applicable) of
Family Name
the person who can be contacted for further information about
Title
the report.
Telephone Number
Facsimile Number
Email Address
Treaty Process
Federal Negotiator Name
The name of your Federal Negotiator.
Project Information
Project Name
Provide a name to identify your project. Limit the project name
to 10 words.
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TREATY RELATED MEASURES PROPOSAL
PAW Number/Fiscal Year:
9359624.BC (2019-2020)
Purpose:
Proposal for the Treaty Related Measures (TRM) is required to provide a project proposal or work plan
that indicates all activities to be undertaken and expected results and outlines the proposed budget for
consultation activities.
Reporting Period:
For the coming fiscal year ending March 31st
Due Date:
As specified in the terms and conditions of the offer
Field Definitions:
Field
Definition
Applicant Information
First Nation or Treaty Organization
The legal name of the First Nation or Treaty Organization
Name
applying for the contribution as per the legal name of
incorporation that will appear on the funding agreement. If the
applicant is a Treaty Organization, list all First Nations who are
represented in this project.
Organization Number
Number for the organization as shown in the Department's
Financial Management Manual (Crown-Indigenous Relations
and Northern Affairs Canada (CIRNAC) internal use).
Mailing Address
The address of the First Nation or Treaty Organization
(Number/Street/Apartment/P.O. Box)
applying for the contribution.
City/Town
Province/Territory
Postal Code
Contact
Given Name
The given name, family name, position title, telephone
number, facsimile number and email address (if applicable) of
Family Name
the person who can be contacted for further information about
Title
the report.
Telephone Number
Facsimile Number
Email Address
Treaty Process
Federal Negotiator Name
The name of your Federal Negotiator.
Project Information
Project Name
Provide a name to identify your project. Limit the project name
to 10 words.
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Field
Definition
Treaty Negotiation Stage
Form the drop-down list, select your present treaty negotiation
stage:
Negotiating an Agreement in Principle;
Negotiating a Treaty Agreement (with Signed Agreement in
Principle or other Signed Agreement among parties);
Signed Treaty Agreement - Preparing for Effective Date.
Project Category
From the drop-down list, select the Project Category for your
project. Each Project Category has prerequisites that must be
met in order for your project to be approved. Your eligibility in
a specific Project Category is dependent on your present
treaty negotiation stage. The selections are:
Land and Resource Planning and Management; Governance;
Economic Development; Preparing for Effective Date
Project Type
From the drop-down list, select the Project Type for your
project. Refer to each Project Category for information about
eligible project types. The selections are:
If Land and Resource Planning and Management: Studies and
Research; First Nation Participation in Management
Processes; Transition Activities (must have signed AIP)
If Governance: Studies and Research; Constitution
Development; Community Planning; Cultural Artefacts (must
have signed AIP); Transition Activities (must have signed AIP)
If Economic Development: Studies and Research; Transition
Activities (must have signed AIP)
If Preparing for Effective Date: Transition to Treaty Settlement
Lands; Translation review of Final Agreement & Appendices;
Transition to Effective Date
For example, your First Nation or First Nation Organization is
at Negotiating an Agreement in Principle in the British
Columbia treaty process. During negotiations, Chief federal,
provincial, and First Nation negotiators identify a timely need
to develop a constitution. As this is an eligible project at this
treaty process stage, you may select 'Governance' for your
Project Category and 'Constitution Development' for your
Project Type.
Project Start Date (YYYYMMDD)
The proposed start date and expected end date for the
project, in the format ‘Year Month Day’.
Project End Date (YYYYMMDD)
Is this proposal for an additional
Yes/No
phase of a previous Treaty Related
Measures project?
Project Summary
Describe how the TRM project will
The project context is a concise explanation of any
advance treaty negotiations.
negotiations that led to a need for this project.
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Field
Definition
Provide a concise purpose statement
The purpose statement should clearly outline what the project
and briefly describe the project.
intends to accomplish. A strong purpose statement refers to
TRM Initiative Expected Outcomes. A description is a broad
explanation about how the project purpose, objectives, and
activities relate to each other in order to contribute to the
success of the project. Questions to consider:
Is this project related to the negotiations (For example, in a
technical working group)?
How will this project help to address information gaps or
outstanding issues in negotiations?
Is this project related to a past or concurrent project?
Describe the project relationship with
Indicate if this project is related to other projects and outline
past or concurrent projects, if
the completed work and how this proposal contributes to the
applicable.
previous project. Explain why the timing of the proposal is
appropriate.
Project Objective
Objectives
Enter a short description of the objective. An objective is a
statement of what you want the project to achieve.
Activities
List and describe the activities. Indicate how they will
contribute to this Project Objective. An activity is an action
required to complete an objective. Often, multiple activities are
required to achieve an objective. If known, identify the person
responsible for any activity.
Deliverables
If any objective or activity will generate a deliverable, identify
the deliverable. Also list all final reporting (project and
expenditure) that will be provided to CIRNAC for year-end
reconciliation. Deliverables are tangible products that report
on the project activities.
Project Staff (Includes consultants, professionals, those in receipt of honoraria)
Describe the project role and qualifications for each, and provide copies of proposals from consultants
with this proposal form.
Name
Enter name(s) of consultants participating in the project. If the
project consultant is still to be determined, indicate their
expected role.
Project Role
Explain why hiring an outside consultant/contractor is
necessary for the successful completion of this project. What
does this consultant do and contribute that justifies their
participation?
Qualifications
Describe the qualifications of consultants participating in the
project, including: level of education, certification, professional
specialization and experience, etc. If you have not yet
identified a consultant for a project role, describe the desired
qualifications.
Project Budget Estimates
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Field
Definition
Salaries and Fees
Provide the name of project staff and consultants and their
role/responsibility.
For Number of Hours/Days, indicate whether "Hours" or
"Days" are being claimed.
Refer to Guidelines for information about how to calculate
consultant rates.
Travel Allowance
Indicate traveller name and description of travel proposed.
Estimate per person without cost breakdown and justification
will not be considered.
Refer to Guidelines for information about how to determine the
current Treasury Board Secretariat of Canada rate for gas
mileage.
Other Expenses
Estimate per expense item. Amounts provided without
breakdown, rates, and justification will not be considered.
Contribution Funding
Contribution Total
Total contributions (Third Party/CIRNAC/Applicant)
Third Party Contribution
Provide any contribution amounts from any third party.
CIRNAC Contribution
Enter contribution funding being requested from Crown-
Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada (CIRNAC).
Applicant Contribution
Provide any contribution amounts from Applicant own sources.
Comments
Provide any pertinent information or description related to cost
estimation methods for any cost category. If Applicant is
contributing in kind (For example, usage of meeting hall),
provide a description here.
Supporting Documents (if applicable)
This table allows you to identify the supporting document(s) being submitted and the method of
submission.
Title
Enter the name of the supporting document.
Submission Method
From the drop-down list, select the method by which additional
documents will be submitted. The options include:
-
Attachment
-
Email
-
Facsimile
-
Mail
-
By Hand/Courier
If you select ‘Attachment’ as the submission method, an
‘Attach File’ button will appear. Selecting this button allows
you to select a file that will be attached to the form. After
attaching the file you can click on the paper clip icon on the
left side of the Adobe application to see the attached file.
Once the file is attached, the “Attach File” button changes to
“Remove File”. To remove the file only, select this button. To
clear all fields for a single document and remove the
associated file, select the (-) button.
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Field
Definition
Declaration
Given Name
The given name, family name and position title of the person
who acknowledged the accuracy of the information, and the
Family Name
date on which it was completed. Dates are in the format of
Title
Year-Month-Day.
Date (YYYYMMDD)
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