Imappivut is a plan to manage and protect Labrador Inuit interests in the coastal and marine areas of Labrador.
Healthy Oceans, Vibrant Coastal Communities: Strengthening the Oceans Act Marine Protected Areas’ Establishment Process
This report provides recommendations to the federal government on strengthening the Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) Establishment process.
This links to the Imappivut initiative's website, which aims to develop and implement a marine plan to manage and protect Labrador Inuit interests in coastal marine areas, gather traditional knowledge, and work with the Canadian government to achieve international marine conservation targets.
This press release announces Parks Canada's launch of a feasibility assessment for the establishment of an IPCA adjacent to Torngat Mountains National Park.
This is a final report from the National Advisory Panel on Marine Protected (MPA) on Protection Standards for federal MPAs.
PARKS The International Journal of Protected Areas and Conservation: Developing Capacity for a Protected Planet
This journal article looks at conservation efforts and other effective conservation measures (OECMs) across the world.
Government of Canada and Cree Nation Government working collaboratively to protect Eastern James Bay
This press release announces that the Cree Nation Government and Parks Canada signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to launch a feasibility assessment for a new National Marine Conservation Area (NMCA) within the Eeyou Marine Region (EMR) in Eastern James Bay.
This article highlights the signing of a Statement of Intent on Imappivut, an initiative that seeks to advance marine protection which will also manage and protect Labrador Inuit interests.
This is an agreement between the Inuit of the Qikiqtani region and Canada makes the beginning of a partnership with the shared goal of protecting Tallurutiup Imanga National Marine Conservation Area.