This page on the Government of the Northwest Territories website discusses Conservation Network Planning - a planning network to ensure ecological connectivity.
This page on the Government of the Northwest Territories website lists ongoing legislative initiatives on the topic of conservation and discusses the Partnership Process involved in these legislative initiatives (which include the Protected Areas Act, the Environmental Rights Act, and the Forest Act).
This press release includes a statement on climate change from the (Indigenous and non-Indigenous) leaders of the Northern regions in Canada.
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.
A compilation of nine special studies reports written by the Qikiqtani Truth Commission, and documents the effects of government decisions on the lives of Baffin Region Inuit between 1950 to 1975. These reports can give a deeper understanding of the effects of these decisions.
This short video features one of Canada's largest IPCAs, covering 26,376 sq kilometres. It's progressive new partnership between Parks Canada and the Government of the Northwest Territories helps in paving the way for new IPCAs across Canada.