This blog is the first in a series from West Coast Environmental Law that looks [...]
This report examines how IPCAs can offer pathways to bring together Indigenous and Crown legal systems. It looks at SGaan Kinghlas-Bowie Seamount Marine Protected Area in Haida Gwaii and Thaidene Nëné in Łutsël K’é Dene First Nation territory as two contemporary examples of how this can occur.
This training workshop focuses on Indigenous knowledge systems and legal orders for the Lower Similkameen Indian Band as they work to create three new IPCAs.
This webinar features a discussion on the legacy of private land conservation in Canada and how we can collectively build pathways to recognize and respect Indigenous laws, governance and self-determination.
This recording of a webinar focuses on foundational concepts in Indigenous and Natural law and how they can be applied to the Mi'kmaq Moose Management Initiative in Mi’kmaki/Nova Scotia.