13. (18) Where actual wildlife harvest loss or future harvest loss results from development, the Inuvialuit may exercise the following recourses:

(a) respecting actual wildlife harvest loss, Inuvialuit hunters, trappers and fishermen who depend on hunting, trapping or fishing for a material part of their gross income have the right to obtain compensation for damage to or loss of harvesting equipment and for loss or reduction of hunting, trapping or fishing income. Inuvialuit claimants may act individually or collectively or through duly authorized representatives, subject to the right of the other parties to verify the representative quality or capacity of the group or representative and the validity of the claims. The types of compensation that may be claimed include the cost of temporary or permanent relocation, replacement or equipment, reimbursement in kind subject to harvestable quotas, provision of such wildlife products as may be obtainable under existing Acts and regulations, payment in lump sum or by instalments or any reasonable combination thereof. The claimant shall be entitled to indicate his preference as to type of compensation in making his claim, but the compensation award shall be subject to subsections (22) and (23);

(b) respecting actual wildlife harvest loss, Inuvialuit who harvest renewable resources for subsistence purposes have the right to obtain compensation for damage to or loss of harvesting equipment and for any material reduction in wildlife take or harvest. Inuvialuit claimants may act individually or collectively or through duly authorized representatives, subject to the right of the other parties to verify the representative quality or capacity of the group or representative and the validity of the claims. For greater certainty, the subsistence harvester may claim compensation measured by reference to his prior total take or harvest, notwithstanding that some part or all of it may have been directed to or used by others. The types of compensation that may be claimed include the cost of temporary or permanent relocation, replacement of equipment, reimbursement in kind subject to harvestable quotas, provision of such wildlife products as may be obtainable under existing Acts and regulations or, as a last resort, cash payment in lump sum or by instalments or any reasonable combination thereof. The claimant shall be entitled to indicate his preference as to type of compensation in making his claim, but the compensation award shall be subject to subsections (22) and (23); and

(c) respecting future harvest loss, any definable Inuvialuit group or community affected, including consumers of renewable resource products, collectively or through duly authorized representatives, subject to the right of the other parties to verify the representative quality or capacity of the group or representative and the validity of the claims, have the right to seek recommendations of the Arbitration Board pursuant to section 18 with respect to remedial measures, to the extent reasonably practicable, including cleanup, habitat restoration and reclamation. Such recourse shall be governed by subsection (24). The obligation of a developer for the taking of mitigative and remedial measures is subject to any limits established by the authority empowered to approve the proposed development.