This short video tells the story of nine women who worked to reintroduce bison to Banff National Park in 2017.
The video features a gathering of Indigenous Nations and Canadian Federal and Provincial governments meeting in ethical space to discuss Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas
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
Initially meant as a learning kit for youth, the second iteration of this resource is geared towards exploring how the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) can engage with Indigenous communities.
This video features various speakers who discuss the significance of the buffalo to members of the Blackfoot Confederacy. While preserving the habitats for wildlife, Blackfoot Confederacy members believe that bringing back the buffalo will bring back significant cultural and language practices.
This dialogue features stories from emerging IPCA from across what is now known as Canada featuring Elders, community members and leaders from Kitskiinan Kawekanawaynichikatek IPCA (York Factory First Nation/Cree Territory/Northern Manitoba), Arqvillit IPCA (Inuit/Nunavik Territory/Northern Quebec), Bistcho Lake IPCA (Dene Tha’ First Nation/Northern Alberta), and Aki Sibi IPCA (Kebaowek First Nation/Algonquin Territory/Southern Quebec).