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.
This report examines how IPCAs can offer pathways to bring together Indigenous and Crown legal systems. It looks at SGaan Kinghlas-Bowie Seamount Marine Protected Area in Haida Gwaii and Thaidene Nëné in Łutsël K’é Dene First Nation territory as two contemporary examples of how this can occur.
This links to the website of the Yukon North Slope Protected Area Project, an important part of the Inuvialuit homeland. The area stretches from Alaska to the border of the Northwest Territories.
Depuis 2010, le Conseil de la Nation huronne-wendat, par L'entremise de Bureau du Nionwentsïo, a entrepris différents travaux de recerche dan les régions du Ya'nienhonhndeh (lac a Moïse) et du Ekiontarowànha (lac Batiscan) afin d'en inventorier les multiples aspects de notre patrimoine naturel et culturel.
This page on the Government of the Northwest Territories website discusses Conservation Network Planning - a planning network to ensure ecological connectivity.