First Nations Fiscal Management Act
Marginal note:General powers
105 (1) In furtherance of the purposes set out in section 104, the Institute may enter into agreements with aboriginal and other governments and organizations.
Marginal note:Particular powers
(2) The Institute may collect, compile, analyze and abstract data for statistical purposes respecting any of the following matters as they relate to first nations, to reserve lands, to Indians and other members of first nations, to members of other aboriginal groups, and to other persons who reside on reserve lands or lands of other aboriginal groups:
(c) health and welfare;
(d) commercial and industrial activities;
(e) law enforcement, the administration of justice and corrections;
(h) language, culture and traditional activities;
(i) labour and employment;
(j) prices and the cost of living;
(k) transportation and communications;
(l) electric power, gas and water utilities;
(m) public administration;
(n) community services;
(o) the environment;
(p) forestry, fishing and trapping; and
(q) any other matter prescribed by regulation.
(3) The Institute shall publish and make publicly available statistical information collected, compiled, analysed or abstracted under subsection (2) in a manner that does not permit the information to be related to any identifiable individual, business or organization.
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