||1979 June 18
||Resolution of Council
||1980 June 23, CS80-24-1
||Native Urban Affairs Committee (NUAC) - Establishment, Composition, Terms of Reference.
||1982 August 30, CS82-44-1
||NUAC Revised Terms of Reference.
||1984 December 17, N84-60
||"Native Membership - NUAC" Subsequent Resolution of Council:
At least 50% plus one of its members should be from urban native community.
Resolved to advertise in Native publications in order to meet the above objective.
||1985 February 18, CS85-14-1
||Chief David Crowchild Memorial Award was established, including purpose, criteria and nomination procedure for applicants.
||1985 March 12, N85-10
||Native Membership, Native Urban Affairs Committee Appointments confirmed.
||1986 March 03, CS86-05-1
||Revisions to Terms of Reference, mandate, purpose, and composition.
||1987 February 16, N87-23
||Adjustment of membership numbers in order to accomodate request from Native Council of Canada (Alberta) to have representation on NUAC.
||1987 May 04, CS87-20
||Change of committee name from 'Native Urban Affairs Committee' to 'Calgary Aboriginal Urban Affairs Committee' (CAUAC).
||1989 April 03, CS89-29-2 and
1989 June 26, N89-51
||CAUAC Terms of Reference revised, including allowing meetings to be held anywhere inside the city limits.
Removal Native Council of Canada (Alberta) representation within CAUAC.
||1989 September 05, C89-92 and
||Defining the status of Ex-officio, Alternate and Liaison members on Committees.
||1997 November 24, CPS97-64
||Terms of Reference amended: that Section 11 be deleted and that the appointment of CAUAC membership rest solely with Council at its annual Organizational Meeting.
||1998 October 27, Organizational Meeting
||Number of citizen members at large on the CAUAC reduced to nine.
||1999 October 25, Organizational Meeting
||Increase citizen Membership CAUAC to twelve members.
||2000 May 01, CPS2000-22
||Designate one membership position on CAUAC for an Aboriginal Youth, age 16-25.
||2002 May 27, N2002-12
||Appointment of a CAUAC Representative to the Nose Hill Park Management Advisory Committee. Representative to report back to CAUAC either at the next general meeting, or through the Public Relations and Cultural Sub-Committee, whichever meets earlier.
||2003 April 07, N2003-15
||Increase citizen membership from 8 to 12. Appoint 5 individuals to fill the new and existing vacancies.
||2003 September 08, AGS2003-43
||Removed Council representation on the Calgary Aboriginal Urban Affairs Committee.
||2004 July 05, N2004-17
||To change the Terms for CAUAC membership from one-year terms to two-year staggered terms commencing in 2005 October.
||2007 October 23, Organizational Meeting
||Council appointed members for one-year only, and referred the status of the Committee to the Administration for Recommendation to Council.
||2014 February 10, PFC2014-0083
||To adopt newly developed Terms of Reference and 10-year Strategic Plan.
Direct the committee to report annualy to Council starting in 2015 through the SPC on Community and Protective Services on progress toward their Strategic Plan.
||2015 April 13, CPS2015-0334
||Annual Report. Council directed Administration to support the Calgary Aboriginal Urban Affairs Committee in developing an Aboriginal Policy Framework to be brought back to the SPC on Community and Protective Services no later than 2017 April.
||2017 May 08, PFC2017-0312
||Amendment to the Terms of Reference to reflect a 6 year term limit maximum for Public Members as specified in the new Council policy on Governance and Appointments of Boards, Commissions and Committees (CP2016-03).
||2017 October 30, Organizational Meeting
||Amendment to the Terms of Reference to increase the membership to include one Councillor appointment for a one year term.
||2018 October 22, Organizational Meeting
||Motion Arising: Hire an external consultant with expertise in Indigenous governance, who, after being authorized by Administration, is to undertake a comprehensive review of Calgary Aboriginal Urban Affairs Committee (CAUAC) in conjunction with the work on developing an Indigenous Relations Office, and report back to Council in Q1 of 2019 with recommendations on modernizing the Terms of Reference. | Ensure that the work of the CAUAC review by the external consultant evolves into current best practice Indigenous governance in contrast to previous traditional colonial practices that have been a constraint in the past. | Ensure that the review provides a mechanism to meet the needs of Indigenous interests in Calgary.