14. (73) The Inuvialuit Game Council shall be established and shall have a chairman and at least one representative from each of the Hunters and Trappers Committees referred to in subsection (75).

As amended by P.C. 1987-26, January 15, 1987 and by P.C. 2004-337, March 30, 2004

14. (74) For the purposes of this Agreement, the Inuvialuit Game Council shall represent the collective Inuvialuit interest in wildlife. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the Inuvialuit Game Council shall, among its other activities:

(a) appoint Inuvialuit members for all joint government/ Inuvialuit bodies having an interest in wildlife,     including the Wildlife Management Advisory Councils (NWT and North Slope), the Environmental Impact Screening Committee, the Environmental Impact Review Board, and the Fisheries Joint Management Committee;

As amended by P.C. 1987-26, January 15, 1987 and by P.C. 2004-337, March 30, 2004

(b) advise the appropriate governments through the Wildlife Management Advisory Councils (NWT and North Slope) or otherwise as appropriate, on policy, legislation, regulation and administration respecting wildlife, conservation, research, management and enforcement;

(c) assign community hunting and trapping areas within the Inuvialuit Settlement Region for the purposes of Inuvialuit wildlife harvesting where appropriate;

(d) review and advise through the Wildlife Management Advisory Councils (NWT and North Slope) or otherwise as appropriate, the appropriate governments on existing or proposed wildlife legislation;

(e) review and advise the government on any proposed Canadian position for international purposes that affects wildlife in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region;

(f) where appropriate, allocate Inuvialuit quotas among the communities;

(g) appoint members whenever possible or appropriate for any Canadian delegation that deals with international matters affecting wildlife harvesting by the Inuvialuit;

(h) appoint members for any committee or group whose purpose is to investigate any aspect of wildlife usage in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region; and

(i) on request, assist the Wildlife Management Advisory Councils (NWT and North Slope) in carrying out their functions.