National and Regional Interests in the North
Canadian Arctic Resources Committee, 1984 - Canada, Northern - 758 pages
Includes sessions on landclaims, natural resource jurisdiction and political development, regional planning and land-use planning, conservation of environmentally significant areas, mineral development, renewable resources management, inland water resources, ocean management, and development in the Beaufort Sea region.
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Chairmans Opening Remarks
A Native Claims Policy Comprehensive Claims
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aboriginal rights aboriginal title activities Affairs and Northern agencies agreement Arctic Ocean arctic waters areas Beaufort Sea benefits Canadian CARC caribou Committee communities comprehensive concerns conflicts conservation decisions Dene Department of Indian DIAND discussion economic effective ensure environment environmental established federal and territorial federal government fish GNWT Government of Canada harvesting hydrocarbon implementation Indian Affairs industry Inuit involved issues jurisdiction Lancaster Sound land and resources land claims land-use planning legislation Mackenzie ment mining national parks Native Claims negotiations non-renewable resources north of 60 North Slope Borough Northern Development northern land-use planning Northwest Passage Northwest Territories Nunavut Constitutional ocean management ocean policy offshore oil and gas Ottawa Parks Canada participation pipeline planning process programmes projects proposed regional planning regulations renewable resources resource development resource management responsibility role social territorial governments tion wildlife workshop Yellowknife Yukon Indians Yukon Legislative Assembly zone