ANNEX S

Old Crow/Inuvialuit Reciprocal Harvesting Agreement

WHEREAS: The Inuvialuit recognizes and support the claim of the Old Crow People for exclusive hunting, trapping and fishing rights yet to be negotiated with the Government of Canada to the south of the Watershed between the flats and the North Slope and

WHEREAS: The Old Crow people and CYI recognizing and support the exclusive rights of the Inuvialuit as contained in the Inuvialuit Agreement-in-Principle to the north of the Watershed;

Therefore the Inuvialuit and the Old Crow People agree:

1. The Inuvialuit shall hunt, trap and fish only to the north of the Watershed Boundary. Inuvialuit can hunt, trap or fish south of the Watershed Boundary only with permission of Old Crow.

2. The Old Crow people agree to hunt, trap and fish only to the south of the Watershed Boundary.  Old Crow People can hunt, trap or fish to the north of the Watershed Boundary only with the consent of the Inuvialuit Game Council.

This Agreement, upon ratification by the respective communities and organizations shall be included in any Land Claim Agreements and settlements which the Inuvialuit and Old Crow People reach with the Government of Canada.

Nothing in this agreement keeps Inuvialuit and Old Crow People from entering into further agreements to share wildlife.

It is understood that a Cooperative Caribou Agreement for the sharing of caribou shall supercede this agreement with respect to caribou.

August 18, 1979  
for Old Crow
signed by:
for Inuvialuit
signed by:
Johnny Abel
Chief
Nellie Cournoyea
Member — J.P.G.
Peter Benjamin
Member — J.P.G.
Barbara Allen
Member - J.P.G.
Renie Frost
Member — J.P.G.
Tom Arey Jr.
Member — J.P.G.
Margaret Njootli
Member — J.P.G.
Roy Hansen
Member - J.P.G.
Lazarus Charlie
Member — J.P.G.
Danny Gordon
Member — J.P.G.
Bruce Charlie
Member — J.P.G.
for C.O.P.E.
Sam Raddi
President
for C.Y.I.
Harry Allen
President
Peter Green
Vice-President