12. (42) The parties agree that the predominant number of persons employed in the operation and management of the parks referred to in subsections (5) and (16) should be Inuvialuit. The appropriate government shall provide training to assist the Inuvialuit in qualifying for such employment.

12. (43) To the extent that the management regime of the said parks provides for economic activities, the parties agree that opportunities should be provided to the Inuvialuit on a preferred basis.

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

12. (44) The Inuvialuit shall be invited to participate in the planning process for any development on the lands available for development adjacent to Pauline Cove on Herschel Island, and in the economic opportunities arising out of such development. Subject to all applicable laws, the Inuvialuit shall have the right of first refusal with respect to any activities in the nature of guiding related to wildlife within the Yukon North Slope.

12. (45) The Inuvialuit and the Council for Yukon Indians may enter into bilateral agreements, such as the agreement dated March 15, 1984 between the Council for Yukon Indians and the Inuvialuit, whereby the native groups may share in the rights, privileges and benefits afforded Inuvialuit beneficiaries in the Yukon North Slope.