7. (70) The pingos in the area shown in Annex H-2 and described in Annex H-4 shall be protected by the Minister of the Environment of Canada by the establishment of a Pingo Canadian Landmark as described in Annex H-4.
7. (71) Canada shall continue to retain title to the surface of the land in the area referred to in subsection (70), including sand and gravel. Canada shall transfer administration for this area to the Minister of the Environment under subsection 35(1) of the Public Works Act for the purpose of establishment as a Canadian Landmark. The Minister of the Environment shall assume responsibility for the protection of this area on the execution of this Agreement. For greater certainty, the Inuvialuit shall be granted title to the subsurface of the land comprising the Landmark.
7. (72) As the area shown in Annex H-2 and described in Annex H-4 was an approved Inuvialuit land selection, the Inuvialuit shall be granted (1)(b) title to land of equivalent value in the Western Arctic Region that is suitable to the Inuvialuit. If the parties cannot agree on equivalent land, the matter shall be referred to the Arbitration Board pursuant to section 18 and subsection (60).
As amended by P.C. 2004-337, March 30, 2004
7. (73) The Pingo Canadian Landmark shall be managed under the National Parks Act, in consultation with the Inuvialuit Land Administration and the people of Tuktoyaktuk, as a joint management regime.
7. (74) If there is any disagreement with respect to the management of the Pingo Canadian Landmark, there shall be a right of appeal to the Minister of the Environment who shall make the final decision.
7. (75) Any future exploration for or extraction of the subsurface resources or the Pingo Canadian Landmark shall be carried out from outside the site in a manner that does not damage the pingos.
7. (76) The Inuvialuit shall have priority with respect to employment and any economic opportunities relating to the Pingo Canadian Landmark.