This FAQ guide offers key information on IPCAs.
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.
This blog provides an overview of key insights and learning from the Indigenous Women's Leadership Series - a series of dialogues to honour, celebrate, and learn from inspiring Indigenous women leaders in stewardship and conservation.
This press release announces the declaration of an IPCA in the Raush Valley watershed by Simpcw First Nation (British Columbia).
This webpage provides an overview of the Marine Protected Area (MPA) in the Northern Shelf Bioregion which extends from the top of Vancouver Island (Quadra Island / Bute Inlet) and reaches north to the Canada-Alaska border.
This links to a webpage that provides an overview of Dınàgà Wek'èhodì (formerly Kwets'ootł'àà), which was identified for protection by the Tłįchǫ Government. The area is culturally important to the Dene and Métis who have used the area for centuries for many activities, including hunting and fishing.
Marine Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas: Opportunities and recommendations for realizing Canada’s commitments to reconciliation and marine conservation
This report summarizes the key constraints for advancing marine IPCAs in Canada as shared by individuals working to establish IPCAs within First Nations and federal government agencies.