ANNEX A-2

[Original Boundary]

Description of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region

That region described as follows:

Commencing at the point of intersection between the Yukon Territory/Alaska boundary and the shore of the Beaufort Sea;

thence southerly along said boundary to its intersection with the line of the watershed separating the streams flowing into the Porcupine River from those flowing into the Mackenzie River and the Beaufort Sea, said intersection being at approximate 68°33'25";

thence easterly and southerly along said line of watershed to a point on the Yukon Territory/NWT boundary on the trail across the portage in McDougall Pass between Rat and Bell Rivers at approximate latitude 67°42'48" and approximate longitude 136°27'16";

thence north along the Yukon/NWT boundary to its intersection with latitude 68°13';

thence easterly along said parallel to the west shoreline of the East Channel of the Mackenzie River at approximate longitude 133°46'06"W;

thence northerly along the west shoreline to its intersection with latitude 68°25'N;

thence easterly along said parallel to its intersection with longitude 132°00'W;

thence southerly along said longitude to its intersection with latitude 68°00'N;

thence easterly along said parallel to its intersection with longitude 121°10'W;

thence southeasterly to the point 67°00'N latitude and 119°00'W longitude;

As amended by P.C. 2004-337, March 30, 2004

thence north along said longitude to its intersection with latitude 69°00'N;

thence easterly along said parallel to its intersection with longitude 110°00'W;

thence northerly along said longitude to its intersection with latitude 80°00'N;

thence westerly along said parallel to its intersection with the Canada/United States boundary;

thence southerly along said boundary to the point of commencement.