7. (77) It is acknowledged that the Minister of the Environment is interested in establishing a federally owned Canadian Landmark at the southern end of Banks Island. The approximate boundaries proposed, as shown in Annex J-7, encompass an area of approximately 70 square miles and include the sea cliffs and Nelson Head and Cape Lambton, Durham Heights at 2,450 feet elevation and approximately 25 miles of sea coast. The Inuvialuit shall be granted paragraph 7(l)(b) title to this area pursuant to this Agreement.

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

7. (78) If and when the Minister of the Environment's Canadian Landmark Program takes effect and that Minister has the authority to require the area, the Inuvialuit shall convey paragraph 7(1)(b) title to the land within sixty (60) days of receipt of written notice to that effect.

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

7. (79) The Inuvialuit shall be granted title to equivalent land in the Western Arctic Region that is agreeable to the Inuvialuit and Canada. If the parties cannot agree on equivalent land, the matter shall be referred to the Arbitration Board pursuant to section 18 and subsection (60).

7. (80) The management and economic provisions in subsections (73) and (76) that apply to Pingo Canadian Landmark shall apply to the area described in subsection (77).

As amended by P.C. 1987-26, January 15, 1987

7. (81) The Inuvialuit Land Administration shall ensure that, within the area described in subsection (77), no activity is permitted prior to the conveyance referred to in subsection (78) that renders the land unsuitable as a Canadian Landmark. This obligation and the right of the Minister of the Environment to require a conveyance under subsection (78) shall terminate on the expiration of ten (10) years after the date of the execution of this Agreement.