AAROM; Aboriginal Aquatic Resource and Oceans Management; Aquatic Resource; Atlantic provinces; BC; British Columbia; DFO; Department of Fisheries and Oceans; Fisheries; Guardians; Marine Conservation; Mi'gmag Maliseet; Mi’gmaq and Maliseet Aboriginal Fisheries Management Association; MMAFMA; Northwest Territories; NWT; Quebec; Stewardship; Toolkit
This report was prepared to assist the First Nation Marine Society to plan how it might get involved in collaborative fisheries and ocean management. This report researches and describes a variety of organizations involved in collaborative fisheries or ocean management.
This report finds that instead of environmental stewardship, British Columbia has advanced policies of liquidating forests by clear-cutting countless valleys and allowing giant corporations to demolish this great natural asset and move on.
This is the management plan for Gwaii Haanas, which is managed by Archipelago Management Board (AMB). It allows for the entire area to be managed as one ecosystem, because everything is interconnected.
Promising Pathways: Strengthening engagement and relationships with Aboriginal Peoples in Parks Canada heritage places
This document provides some suggestions on how Parks Canada can strengthen engagement and relationship building with Aboriginal Peoples in heritage places.
This article was produced through a collaborative partnership and workshops with Indigenous knowledge holders in Alaska and British Columbia, along with quantitative and qualitative interviews in two Indigenous communities among the first to experience sea otter recovery
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