This report provides a summary of a workshop that brought together the Province of British Columbia, the federal government and several First Nations to hold a conversation about how to create a supportive regulatory landscape so that Indigenous communities are empowered to successfully establish and govern IPCAs.
Conservancies in British Columbia, Canada: Bringing Together Protected Areas and First Nations’ Interests
This paper discusses the new protected area designation of Conservancy in BC, and argues that [...]
Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas (IPCAs), Aichi Target 11 and Canada’s Pathway to Target 1: Focusing Conservation on Reconciliation
This paper includes an analysis of “wicked problems” that Indigenous communities, governments, and other stakeholders in protected areas will need to navigate to implement the IPCA approach in Canada
Tsilhqot’in Nation v British Columbia: Aboriginal Title, Indigenous Resurgence, and the Politics of Recognition
This thesis situates the Tsilhqot’in Decision (2014) within the discourse of the politics of recognition [...]