The Tuktut Nogait Agreement

11. Harvesting Rights

11.1

Notwithstanding Subsection 1.9, and in consideration of the rights and benefits contained in this Agreement for establishing the Park, the Inuvialuit agree to exercise their harvesting rights, responsibilities and obligations in the following manner:

  1. where the Inuvialuit have the right to allocate any of the harvest to non-Inuvialuit, the Inuvialuit agree not to do so for game inside the Park except to other native people as part of any bilateral agreement pursuant to terms of the IFA or other comprehensive land claims;
  2. where Inuvialuit have the right to sell edible parts from game, the Inuvialuit agree not to do so for game harvested inside the Park except for purposes of trade among Inuvialuit and other native people as provided in the IFA or other comprehensive land claims; and
  3. when, pursuant to the due process contained in the IFA, a quota is required for management purposes, the IGC and the PHTC agree to implement it effectively.

11.2.

Parks Canada shall be able to rely upon a certified extract of duly executed by-laws of the PHTC , pursuant to its authority under paragraph 14(76)(f) of the IFA and the PHTC articles of incorporation under the Societies Act of the NWT , as evidence of compliance.

11.3

Canada may pass legislation consistent with these undertakings and shall do so where necessary for the purposes of implementation and enforcement.

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