This report looks at the traditional practices of Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation for managing their territories, the establishment of Wood Buffalo National Park, and relations with the Canadian government
The report outlines the decisions, actions, and consequences that led to social and economic changes in the Baffin Region from 1950 to 1975. This report was the outcome of the 130 interviews conducted by the Qikiqtani Truth Commission in addition to an amassed a collection of historical documentation about the relationships among Nunavut Inuit and the governments.
This is the foundational document in the realm of IPCAs, written by the Indigenous Circle of Experts. Key are the 28 recommendations brought forwards to facilitate and support the establishment of IPCAs across Canada.
Moving beyond colonial models: IPCAs offer hope for biodiversity and advancing reconciliation in the Canadian boreal forest
This short academic commentary describes the importance of Canada’s boreal forest, the history of colonial [...]