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Edéhzhíe designated a joint Indigenous Protected Area and National Wildlife Area in the NWT

Edéhzhíe designated a joint Indigenous Protected Area and National Wildlife Area in the NWT On October 11, 2018 Gran Chief Gladys Norwegian and Environment Minister Catherine McKenna agreed to designate Edéhzhíe as a joint Dehcho Protected area and National Wildlife Area. Dehcho First Nations Create Indigenous Protected Area & Bring Canada Closer to Conservation Goal …

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NWT Public engagement on new Protected Areas legislation

NWT Public engagement on new Protected Areas legislation Government of the Northwest Territories conducts public engagement on new Protected Areas legislation. Recent Articles Larissa Thelin – 2020 Stan Rowe Home Place Graduate Award Draft CCEA Strategic Framework 2020-2030 Yukon and First Nations governments approve the Peel Watershed Regional Land Use Plan Notification of joint CCEA/Pathway …

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GNWT – A five year workplan – Healthy Land, Healthy People

[:en]The GNWT released a five year workplan early in October called Healthy Land, Healthy People . It details how the GNWT will collaboratively advance conservation network planning – which is the term we are using for our work on protected areas and conservation areas – dubbed the conservation network. Conservation areas being the term we are using …

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NWT State of the Conservation Network Report 2016

[:en] The Northwest Territories (NWT) State of the Conservation Network Report reports on indicators and provides a baseline of comparison for future progress towards building a conservation network in the NWT. It includes comprehensive data and information from best available sources, including scientific and traditional ecological knowledge. [:]

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