14. (24) The Inuvialuit may, without restriction, sell, trade or barter fish and marine mammal products acquired in subsistence fisheries to other Inuvialuit, regardless of residence, subject only to regulations to protect public health, to prevent sale, trade or barter to persons who do not qualify and to permit the acquisition of information necessary for the management of the fishery.

14. (25) Where native beneficiaries in adjacent land claims settlements acquire rights to harvest fish resources for subsistence within the Inuvialuit Settlement Region on the basis of traditional use and occupancy, those beneficiaries shall be entitled to exchange fish and marine mammal products with the Inuvialuit on the same basis as that provided for the Inuvialuit under this Agreement.

14. (26) Where, in the final settlements of the land claims of native groups adjacent to the Inuvialuit Settlement Region, provisions are made for the exchange of fish products with the Inuvialuit, the Inuvialuit shall be entitled to participate in the exchange under the conditions provided by those settlements, but in no case shall that right exceed the right granted to the Inuvialuit of exchange amongst themselves.

14. (27) Subject to the Fisheries Act and any regulations thereunder, the right to harvest fish and marine mammals includes the right to sell the non-edible products of legally harvested fish and marine mammals.

14. (28) The right to harvest fish and marine mammals includes the right to possess and transport legally harvested fish and marine mammals across jurisdictional boundaries between the Yukon Territory and the Northwest Territories.

14. (29) The Inuvialuit shall have first priority for the harvest of marine mammals, including first priority of access to all harvestable quotas for marine mammals within the Inuvialuit Settlement Region and the right to harvest a subsistence quota, to be set jointly by the Inuvialuit and the Government. They shall also have the right to harvest any portion of any commercial or other quotas that they can reasonably be expected to harvest within the quota year. The harvestable quotas for marine mammals shall be set jointly by the Inuvialuit and the Government according to the principles of conservation.

14. (30) All harvesting of fish is subject to the principles of conservation and the harvestable quotas set in accordance with those principles.

14. (31) The Inuvialuit shall have the preferential right within the Inuvialuit Settlement Region to harvest fish for subsistence usage including trade, barter and sale to other Inuvialuit. If subsistence quotas are required to be set out in order to ensure conservation of the resource, they shall be set jointly by the Inuvialuit and the Government pursuant to subsections (61) to (72).

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

14. (32) The Inuvialuit, whether individuals. cooperatives, corporations or collectives. shall be issued, subject to restrictions imposed by harvestable quotas, non-transferable licences to harvest under the commercial quota for any waters within the Inuvialuit Settlement Region, including the offshore, a total weight of fish per species equal to the weight of the largest annual commercial harvest of that species from those waters taken by the Inuvialuit in the preceding three years.

14. (33) Where the Inuvialuit wish to commercially harvest fish beyond the amounts fixed by subsection (32), they shall be treated on the same basis as other applicants.

14. (34) The Government agrees to implement suitable arrangements for the Inuvialuit Deveopment Corporation commercial fishery within the Inuvialuit Settlement Region in order to accommodate the special economic and marketing features of the fishery.

As amended by P.C. 1987-26, January 15, 1988 

14. (35) For greater certainty, subsections (24) to (34) apply to the entire Inuvialuit Settlement Region.