18. (22) The hearing of the Arbitration Board shall commence with the party initiating the arbitration presenting its case summarized in writing and supported by witnesses available for cross-examination. The other party or parties shall similarly present their cases followed by any intervenor. The claimant shall have a final right of rebuttal after which argument shall be made by the parties in the same order, consisting of a summary of the facts alleged and an explanation of any legal propositions advanced.

18. (23) Where a member of the Arbitration Board refuses to act or is incapable of acting, the party by whom the member was appointed shall appoint a member in his stead. Where the Chairman or Vice-Chairman refuses to act or is incapable or acting, Canada shall promptly appoint a replacement.

18. (24) Where a Judge is satisfied on evidence submitted by a party that a member of the Arbitration Board has been guilty of misconduct in the arbitration, the judge may remove the member and may require the party who named the member to appoint a replacement.

18. (25) Where any member of a panel refuses to act, is removed or is incapable of acting and the party having the right to appoint a person to fill the vacancy has not made the appointment, the panel may continue without the member and has the like power to act and to make an award as if it were fully constituted.

18. (26) The Arbitration Board may:

(a) administer oaths and solemn affirmations to the parties and witnesses;

(b) subpoena witnesses or documents;

(c) state an award as to the whole or any part of the dispute;

(d) correct any clerical mistake, error or omission in an award; and

(e) require a special study on the issue by the Research Advisory Council established by subsection 14(81).

18. (27) Witnesses shall be examined under oath or solemn affirmation.

18. (28) The panel shall make its award in writing within three (3) months after the hearing or at any other date to which all the parties to the arbitration agree in writing.

18. (29) Notice of the award shall be delivered to all parties to the arbitration and shall be enforced in the same manner as a judgement or an order of a Court.

18. (30) Subject to subsection (32), the award of the Arbitration Board is final and binding on all parties and on any persons claiming under the parties.

18. (31) The costs of the arbitration are at the discretion of the Arbitration Board and the Board may direct by whom and in what manner the costs or any part thereof shall be paid.

Review

18. (32) The award of the Arbitration Board is subject to review by the Federal Court of Appeal under section 28 of the Federal Court Act.

18. (33) The Arbitration Board shall have jurisdiction to arbitrate any difference between the Inuvialuit and Industry or Canada as to the meaning, interpretation, application or implementation of this Agreement.

18. (34) It is agreed that this arbitration process shall not apply to the rights of any other native group confirmed by any other settlement legislation without their consent. It is runner agreed that the arbitration process is without prejudice to the right of other native peoples to determine, in their land claims settlements, the appropriate mechanism for resolving disputes involving their rights.

18. (35) Nothing in this Agreement precludes the Council for Yukon Indians, the Inuvialuit and Canada from adopting, at a future date, an arbitration process to include Old Crow beneficiaries with the Inuvialuit on any Arbitration Board to deal with the rights of Old Crow beneficiaries and Inuvialuit beneficiaries in the Yukon north of the Porcupine and Bell Rivers.

18. (36) The Arbitration Board shall also have jurisdiction to arbitrate the following matters:

(a) enrolment disputes (subsection 5(8));

(b) disputes relating to the following land matters,

(i) municipal needs (subsections 7(61) to (63)),

(ii) requirements for roads (subsection 7(64)),

(iii) De Salis Bay land selection (subsections 7(65) to (69)),

(iv) Pingo Landmark (subsections 7(70) to (76)), and

(v) Nelson Head Landmark (subsections 7(77) to (81));

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

(c) conflicting subsurface resource claims (subsection 7(12));

(d) sand and gravel disputes (subsections 7(27) to (40));

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

(e) compensation for land taken for meteorological stations (subsection 7(87));

(f) expropriation of Inuvialuit lands (subsections 7(50) to (58)) and, more particularly,

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

(i) whether alternative land exists,

(ii) valuation and compensation, and

(iii) other matters, including costs;

(g) the terms and conditions of Participation Agreements (section 10); and

(h) wildlife compensation awards, recommendations and decisions (section 13).

19. (1) The purpose of this section is to set out the process to be followed by Canada and COPE in seeking approval of this Agreement. The parties agree that the principles guiding this process are:

(a) that best efforts are to be made to ensure that all Inuvialuit eligible to vote on the approval of this Agreement are informed of that right;

(b) that best efforts are to be made to explain the substance and effect of this Agreement to all Inuvialuit eligible to vote; and  

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

(c) that the voting process is to be conducted in a fair and proper manner.

19. (2) When agreement has been achieved between the negotiators of Canada and COPE on all substantive matters relating to this Agreement, the negotiators shall submit the document evidencing the agreement to their respective principals for approval.

19. (3) On behalf of Canada, the Minister shall seek appropriate authority to sign this Agreement in its final legal form.

19. (4) On the signing of this Agreement by Canada and COPE, the Minister shall forthwith submit legislation to Parliament to give effect to this Agreement.

19. (5) When approval has been given by the Government to sign this Agreement, COPE shall seek the necessary approvals from the Inuvialuit according to the approval process set out in this section.

19. (6) The preparation of the final legal text for this Agreement shall proceed concurrently with the approval process described in subsections (2) to (5).

19. (7) The Inuvialuit approval process shall adhere to the following principles:

(a) all Inuvialuit who are entitled to approve this Agreement shall have

(i) reasonable opportunity to be informed of the contents of this Agreement, including the opportunity to read the text of this Agreement,

(ii) reasonable opportunity to be informed of the approval process,

(iii) reasonable opportunity to discuss the contents of this Agreement;

(iv) reasonable opportunity to vote,

(v) reasonable assurance of due process, and

(vi) reasonable assurance that an individual's vote remains confidential;

(b) the procedures to be followed shall be designed to ensure due process and to protect against any procedural irregularities that might affect the process or give rise to legitimate grievances; and

(c) documentation of all events, decisions and related matters in respect of the Inuvialuit approval process is to be maintained and, if requested, made available for review by Canada.

19. (8) An Approval Authority comprising two representatives of COPE and two representatives of the Government shall be responsible for deciding on and controlling matters relating to the Inuvialuit approval process, including maintaining documentary evidence and establishing the Official Voters List of individuals eligible to participate in approving this Agreement.

19. (9) Only individuals whose names appear or the Official Voters List shall be eligible to vote. Eligible individuals are those who

(a) are living at the time of voting;

(b) are Canadian citizens;

(c) have reached the age of 18 years as of December 31, 1983; and

(d) are of Inuvialuit ancestry by blood or adoption.

19. (10) Individuals not eligible to vote under subsection (9) are eligible to vote if they are considered, by reason of Inuvialuit custom, tradition or community acceptance, to be Inuvialuit.

19. (11) The Approval Authority shall take all reasonable steps to solicit the names of all potential Inuvialuit voters and shall prepare a preliminary voters list comprising all individuals who, in the opinion of the Approval Authority, are eligible to vote. The names shall be submitted to Canada for its approval.

19. (12) After the preliminary voters list is approved by Canada, it shall be made available for public review:

(a) by posting it in public places, including within the Inuvialuit communities of Inuvik, Aklavik, Paulatuk, Sachs Harbour, Tuktoyaktuk and Holman;

(b) by direct notification in writing to the individuals on the list;

(c) by COPE community fieldwork; and

(d) by any other means that Canada considers appropriate and necessary.

19. (13) The Approval Authority shall allow a period of thirty (30) days from the publication of the preliminary voters list under paragraph (12)(a):

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

(a) for individuals not on the preliminary voters list to apply to be placed on the list; and

(b) for individuals to register objections to names appearing on the preliminary voters list.

19. (14) Appeals may be made orally or in writing and shall be heard by the Approval Authority in the manner considered appropriate to the circumstances of the particular appeal.

19. (15) After consideration of the appeal, the Approval Authority shall recommend to Canada acceptance or rejection of the appeal and Canada shall decide the matter.

19. (16) The Approval Authority shall publish the final Official Voters List within ten (10) days after the review of all appeals is completed.

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

19. (17) An Inuvialuit on the Official Voters List shall be afforded a reasonable opportunity to review the substance and details of this Agreement by the following means:

(a) the provision of a copy of this Agreement, on request;

(b) the distribution of information material prepared jointly by Canada and COPE, including non-technical summaries of the Agreement in English, French and Inuvialuktun;

(c) public meetings conducted jointly by Canada and COPE in the Inuvialuit communities on a predetermined schedule; and

(d) such other means as Canada and COPE consider appropriate.

19. (18) The Voting Process shall afford all eligible voters a reasonable opportunity to vote on whether to approve the signing of this Agreement.

19. (19) There shall be a confidential approval process as follows:

(a) the Approval Authority shall prepare an official ballot written in English, French and two dialects of Inuvialuktun; such ballots shall be numbered but shall be untraceable to an individual;

(b) counting of the ballots shall be done in a manner consistent with federal electoral procedures, where appropriate;

(c) any individual on the Official Voters List may submit his ballot in one of the following ways:

(i) by mail, if the ballot is signed in the presence of a Commissioner of Oaths,

(ii) to an official in each community duly authorized by the Approval Authority to receive ballots, or

(iii) to the voting officials, being one from COPE, one from Canada and one from the Government of the Northwest Territories, who shall together visit each of the communities on specified dates to receive ballots;

(d) notice of the commencement of voting shall be given at least fifteen (15) days in advance by     posting in a public place in each of the communities of Inuvik, Aklavik, Paulatuk, Sachs Harbour, Tuktoyaktuk and Holman.  Notification shall be given to eligible voters by registered mail or such other means as Canada considers appropriate and necessary; and

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

(e) a closing date for voting shall be determined by the Approval Authority, to be not later than seven (7) days after completion of the tour of the communities by the voting officials.  The closing date shall be included in the notice referred to in paragraph (d).    

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

19. (20) Canada and COPE agree that this Agreement shall be considered to be approved by the Inuvialuit if:

(a) at least two-thirds of the voters approve this Agreement; and

(b) the number of such voters is greater than 50% of the eligible voters on the Official Voters List.

19. (21) The results of the voting shall be published by the Approval Authority in the communities identified in paragraph (19)(d) by such means as Canada considers appropriate and necessary.

19. (22) The Directors of COPE shall verify this Agreement, authorize signing by COPE where the results of the vote permit it and appoint signatories on behalf of COPE.

19. (23) The costs incurred by Canada, COPE, and the Government of the Northwest Territories in conducting the approval process set out in this section shall be borne by Canada.

20. (1) This Agreement is not intended to inhibit or advance the devolution or transfer of the jurisdiction or powers of Canada on or to the Government of the Yukon Territory or the Government of the Northwest Territories.

20. (2) Canada agrees that, where its jurisdiction or powers devolve on or are transferred to other governments, it shall ensure that such devolution or transfer does not prejudicially affect the carrying out of its obligations under this Agreement.

20. (3)It is acknowledged that the governments affected by this Agreement have agreed that, pending the coming into force of the Settlement Legislation, they shall not act in a manner inconsistent with this Agreement and, in particular, with sections 11, 12 and 14 hereof.

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

ANNEX A-1

[Adjusted Boundary]

Description of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region

That region described as follows:

Commencing at the point of intersection between the Yukon Territory/Alaska boundary and the shore of the Beaufort Sea;

thence southerly along said boundary to its intersection with the line of the watershed separating the streams flowing into the Porcupine River from those flowing into the Mackenzie River and the Beaufort Sea, said intersection being at approximate 68°33'25";

thence easterly and southerly along said line of watershed to a point on the Yukon Territory/Northwest Territories boundary on the trail across the portage in McDougall Pass between Rat and Bells Rivers at approximate latitude 67°42'48" and approximate longitude 136°27'16”;

thence north along the Yukon/NWT boundary to its intersection with latitude 68°13';

thence easterly along said parallel to the west shoreline of the East Channel of the Mackenzie River at approximate longitude 133°46'06"W;

thence northerly along the west shoreline to its intersection with latitude 68°25'N;

thence easterly along said parallel to its intersection with longitude 132°00'W;

thence southerly along said longitude to its intersection with latitude 68°00'N;

thence easterly along said parallel to its intersection with approximate longitude 120°40'51"W, such longitude being determined by the intersection of the shoreline of Amundsen Gulf with the mouth of Outwash River being the eastern portion of the Paulatuk 7(1)(b) land selections;

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

thence north along said longitude to its intersection with the shoreline of Amundsen Gulf;

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

thence easterly in a straight line to the point of intersection of the northerly bank of Kugalak River at the shoreline of Penny Bay in Amundsen Gulf;

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

thence generally easterly following said northerly bank to its intersection with longitude 116°38'10" at approximate latitude 69°38';

thence northwesterly in a straight line to the intersection of latitude 69°53'20" and longitude 117°08'40";

thence northerly in a straight line to the intersection of latitude 70°00' and longitude 117°07';

thence easterly along latitude 70°00' to its intersection with longitude 112°53';

thence southerly in a straight line to its intersection with latitude 69°50';

thence easterly along latitude 69°50' to its intersection with longitude 112°39';

thence northerly along longitude 112°39' to a point of intersection of longitude 112°39' at the shoreline of Quunnguq Lake at approximate latitude 69°51';

thence easterly, northerly and westerly following the sinuousities of the shoreline of said Lake to a point of intersection of longitude 112°30' at approximate latitude 69°54'50";

thence northerly along longitude 112°30' to its intersection with latitude 70°00';

thence easterly along said parallel to its intersection with longitude 110°00'W;

thence northerly along said longitude to its intersection with latitude 80°00'N;

thence westerly along said parallel to its intersection with longitude 141°;

thence southerly along said meridian of longitude to the point of commencement, without prejudice, however, to any negotiations or to any positions that have been or may be adopted by Canada respecting the limits of maritime jurisdiction in this area.

Pursuant to the TFN/COPE Agreement dated May 19, 1984, in the event that TFN has not concluded a Final Settlement with Canada containing the Inuvialuit rights referred to in that Agreement within ten years from the proclamation of the legislation giving effect to the Inuvialuit Final Agreement, the Inuvialuit Settlement Region boundary shall, unless agreed otherwise, revert to the "original boundary" as shown in Annex A and described in Annex A-2.

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

ANNEX A-2

[Original Boundary]

Description of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region

That region described as follows:

Commencing at the point of intersection between the Yukon Territory/Alaska boundary and the shore of the Beaufort Sea;

thence southerly along said boundary to its intersection with the line of the watershed separating the streams flowing into the Porcupine River from those flowing into the Mackenzie River and the Beaufort Sea, said intersection being at approximate 68°33'25";

thence easterly and southerly along said line of watershed to a point on the Yukon Territory/NWT boundary on the trail across the portage in McDougall Pass between Rat and Bell Rivers at approximate latitude 67°42'48" and approximate longitude 136°27'16";

thence north along the Yukon/NWT boundary to its intersection with latitude 68°13';

thence easterly along said parallel to the west shoreline of the East Channel of the Mackenzie River at approximate longitude 133°46'06"W;

thence northerly along the west shoreline to its intersection with latitude 68°25'N;

thence easterly along said parallel to its intersection with longitude 132°00'W;

thence southerly along said longitude to its intersection with latitude 68°00'N;

thence easterly along said parallel to its intersection with longitude 121°10'W;

thence southeasterly to the point 67°00'N latitude and 119°00'W longitude;

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

thence north along said longitude to its intersection with latitude 69°00'N;

thence easterly along said parallel to its intersection with longitude 110°00'W;

thence northerly along said longitude to its intersection with latitude 80°00'N;

thence westerly along said parallel to its intersection with the Canada/United States boundary;

thence southerly along said boundary to the point of commencement.
 

ANNEX D-1

Cape Bathurst 7(1)(a) Land

In the Northwest Territories:

in the District of Mackenzie and the District of Franklin:

All that parcel of land more particularly described as follows: all topographic features hereinafter referred to being according to edition 2 of the Franklin Bay map sheet number 97C of the National Topographic System produced at a scale of 1:250.000 by the Surveys and Mapping Branch, Department of Energy, Mines and Resources at Ottawa; edition 3 of the Malloch Hill map sheet number 97F. The Cape Dalhousie map sheet number 107E and edition 2 of the Stanton map sheet number 107D. The last 3 map sheets being of the National Topographic System, produced at a scale of 1:250.000 by the Army Survey Establishment, Royal Canadian Engineers, at Ottawa;

Commencing at a point being the intersection of the latitude 69°59'00"N with the shoreline of Liverpool Bay at approximate longitude 128°20'32"'W;

thence northerly and northeasterly along the sinuosities of the shoreline of Liverpool Bay and Harrowby Bay to a point being the intersection of said shoreline with latitude 70°12'40" at approximate longitude 127°31'15"W;

thence easterly along latitude 70°12'40"N to its intersection with the shoreline of Harrowby Bay at approximate longitude 127°29'45"W;

thence northwesterly, northerly and southeasterly along the sinuosities of the shoreline of Harrowby Bay, Liverpool Bay. Amundsen Gulf and Franklin Bay to a point being the intersection of the western shoreline of Franklin Bay with latitude 69°59'00"N at approximate longitude 126°53'06"W;

thence westerly along latitude 69°59'00"N to the point of commencement;

INCLUDING
Baillie Islands and all islands which lie in whole or in pan within two miles of the above described shoreline and containing about 801 square miles.

 

ANNEX D-2

Husky Lakes Management Areas

In the Northwest Territories;

in the District of Mackenzie and the District of Franklin:

All those areas more particularly described as follows: all topographic features hereinafter referred to being according to edition 1 of the Simpson Lake map sheet number 97B of the National Topographic System, produced at a scale of 1:250,000 by the Mapping and Charting Establishment. Department of National Defence, at Ottawa; edition 2 of the Franklin Bay map sheet number 97C of the National Topographic System, produced at a scale of 1:250.000 by the Surveys and Mapping Branch. Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, at Ottawa; edition 3 of the Malloch Hill map sheet number 97F of the National Topographic System, produced at a scale of 1:250,000 by the Army Survey Establishment. Royal Canadian Engineers, at Ottawa; edition 2 of the Crossley Lakes map sheet number 107A of the National Topographic System, produced at a scale of 1:250.000 by the Army Survey Establishment, Royal Canadian Engineers, at Ottawa: edition 2 of the Aklavik map sheet number 107B of the National Topographic System, produced at a scale of 1:250.000 by the Surveys and Mapping Branch, Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, at Ottawa: edition 1 of the Mackenzie Delta map sheet number 107C of the National Topographic System, produced at a scale of 1:250.000 by the Army Survey Establishment. Royal Canadian Engineers, at Ottawa; edition 2 of the Stanton map sheet number 107D of the National Topographic System, produced at a scale of 1:250.000 by the Army Survey Establishment. Royal Canadian Engineers. at Ottawa, and edition 2 of the Cape Dalhousie map sheet number 107E of the National Topographic System, produced at a scale of 1:250.000 by the Army Survey Establishment, Royal Canadian Engineers. at Ottawa:

Area Number One

Being the area described as follows:

Commencing at the intersection of the northern shoreline of Eskimo (Husky) Lakes and longitude 132°45'00"W at approximate latitude 69°15'05"N:

thence in a general southwesterly, southeasterly, northwesterly and easterly direction along the shoreline of Eskimo Lakes to a point at approximate latitude 68°49'40"N and approximate longitude 132°24'20"W being the intersection of said shoreline with a straight line joining the point of intersection of parallel of latitude 68°45'00"N and longitude 132°15'00"W with the point of intersection of parallel of latitude 69000'00"N and longitude 132°45'00"W:

thence in a northwesterly direction along said straight line to its intersection with the said shoreline at approximate latitude 68°54'00"N and approximate longitude 132°32'30"W;

thence in westerly, southwesterly and northeasterly direction along said shoreline to its intersection with said straight line at approximate latitude 68°55'20''N and approximate longitude l32°35'05"W;

thence in a northwesterly direction along said straight line to its intersection with said shoreline at approximate latitude 68°55'50"N and approximate longitude 132°36''20"W;

thence in a generally westerly and northerly direction along said shoreline to its intersection with said straight line at approximate latitude 68°56'20"N and approximate longitude 132°37'20"W;

thence in a northwesterly direction along said straight line to its intersection with said shoreline at approximate latitude 68°56'35"N and approximate longitude 132°38'00"W:

thence in a general southwesterly, northwesterly and northeasterly direction along said shoreline to its intersection with longitude 132°45'00"W, at approximate latitude 69°04'20"N;

thence north along longitude 132°45'00"W to the point of commencement

Area Number Two

Being the area described as follows:

Commencing at a point being the intersection of longitude l32°45'00"W with the northerly shoreline of the Eskimo (Husky) Lakes at approximate latitude 69°15'05"N;

thence south along longitude 132°45'W to its intersection with latitude 69°00'N;

thence in a southeasterly direction to a point being the intersection of longitude 132°15'W and latitude 68°45'N;

thence north along longitude 132°15'W to its intersection with latitude 69°00'N:

thence in a northeasterly direction to a point being the intersection of latitude 69°15'N and longitude 131°45'W;

thence easterly along latitude 69°15'N to its intersection with longitude 131°30'W;

thence south along longitude 131°30'W to its intersection with the latitude 68°28'N;

thence easterly along latitude 68°28'N to its intersection with longitude 130°30'W;

thence north along longitude 130°30'W to its intersection with latitude 69°00'N;

thence easterly along said latitude 69°00'N to its intersection with longitude 129°30'W;

thence northerly along longitude 129°30'W to its intersection with latitude 69°12'N;

thence easterly along latitude 69°12'N to its intersection with longitude 128°42'30"W;

thence south along longitude 128°42'30"W to its intersection with the latitude 68°36'N;

thence westerly along latitude 68°36'N to its intersection with longitude 129°20'W;

thence north along longitude 129°20'W to its intersection with latitude 68°48'N;

thence westerly along latitude 68°48'N to its intersection with longitude 129°45'W:

thence south along longitude 129°45'W to its intersection with latitude 68°15'N;

thence easterly along latitude 68°15'N to its intersection with longitude 127°45'W;

thence north along longitude 127°45'W to its intersection with latitude 68°30'N;

thence easterly along latitude 68°30'N to its intersection with longitude 127°30'W;

thence north along longitude 127°30'W to its intersection with latitude 69°00'N;

thence westerly along latitude 69°00'N to its intersection with longitude 128°00'W:

thence north along longitude 128°00'W to its intersection with latitude 69°30'N;

thence easterly along said latitude 69°30'N to its intersection with longitude 127°15'W;

thence south along longitude 127°15'W to its intersection with latitude 69°21’N;

thence easterly, along latitude 69°21’N to its intersection with longitude 127°00'W:

thence south along longitude 127°00'W to its intersection with latitude 69°10'N:

thence easterly along latitude 69010/N to its intersection with longitude 126°35'W:

thence south along longitude 126°35'W to its intersection with latitude 69°05'N;

thence easterly along latitude 69°05'N to its intersection with longitude 126°20'W;

thence south along longitude 126°20'W to its intersection with latitude 69°00'N.

thence easterly along said latitude 69°00'N to its intersection with longitude 126°00'W.

thence northerly to a point being the intersection of longitude 126°00'W with the southern shoreline of Franklin Bay at approximate latitude 69°25'20"N;

thence in a general northwesterly direction along the shoreline of Franklin Bay, to a point being the intersection of latitude 69°59'N with the western shoreline of Franklin Bay at approximate longitude126°53'06"W;

thence westerly to a point being the intersection of latitude 69°59'N with the eastern shoreline of Liverpool Bay at approximate longitude 128°20'32"W;

thence westerly across Liverpool Bay to a point being the intersection of latitude 69°59'N with the western shoreline of Liverpool Bay on the Tuktoyaktuk Peninsula at approximate longitude 129°34'W;

thence in a general northerly, southwesterly, easterly southerly and westerly direction along the shoreline of Liverpool Bay to a point being the intersection of latitude 70°05'20"N with the shoreline of Liverpool Bay at approximate longitude 129°27'30"W;

thence westerly along latitude 70°05'20"N to its intersection with longitude 129°42'W; 

thence south along longitude 129°42'W to its intersection with latitude 70°00'N;

thence in a southwesterly direction to a point being the intersection of latitude 69°50'N and longitude 130°25'W;

thence in a southwesterly direction to a point being the intersection of latitude 69°45'N and longitude 130°35'40"W;

thence in a southwesterly direction to a point being the intersection of latitude 69°34'N and longitude 131°42'30"W;

thence north along longitude 131°42'30"W to its intersection with latitude 69°41'N;

thence in a southwesterly direction to a point being the intersection of latitude 69°37'N and longitude 132°11'W;

thence south along longitude 132°11‘W to its intersection with latitude 69°29'N;

thence in a southwesterly direction to a point being the intersection of latitude 69°26'N and longitude 132°17'30"W;

thence south along longitude 132°17'30"W to its intersection with the northern shoreline of the Eskimo (Husky) Lakes at approximate latitude 69°18'40";

thence in a general southwesterly direction along the said shoreline of the Eskimo (Husky) Lakes to the point of commencement.
 

ANNEX E-1

Registration SOR/80-198 27 March, 1980

Territorial Lands Act

Yukon Placer Mining Act

Prohibition and Withdrawal of Certain Lands from Disposal Order, 1980. No. 1

P.C 1980-679 20 March, 1980

His Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, pursuant to section 19 of the Territorial Lands Act and section 93 of the Yukon Placer Mining Act, is pleased hereby to revoke Order in Council P.C 1978-2195 of 5th July, 1978* and to make the annexed Order prohibiting entry on certain lands in the Yukon Territory.

ORDER PROHIBITING ENTRY ON CERTAIN LANDS IN THE YUKON TERRITORY

Short Title

1. This Order may be cited as the Prohibition and Withdrawal of Certain Lands from Disposal Order, 1980. No. 1.

Yukon Placer Mining Act

2. Pursuant to section 93 of the Yukon Placer Mining Act, entry is hereby prohibited on the lands described in the schedule for the purpose of locating a claim or prospecting for gold or other precious minerals or stones.

Territorial Lands Act

3. Pursuant to section 19 of the Territorial Lands Act, for the reason that the lands described in Part 1 of the schedule are required for a National Park and other conservation purposes, the said lands, including all mines and minerals, whether solid liquid or gaseous, and all easement, servitudes and other interests in real property, are hereby withdrawn from disposal under the Territorial Lands Act.

SCHEDULE

Part One

In the Yukon Territory, adjoining the easterly, northerly, and westerly boundaries of said Territory.

Firstly,

All that parcel of land more particularly described as follows:
Commencing at a point on the International Boundary between Alaska and the Yukon Territory at Monument number 51 at approximate latitude 67025'00<" and longitude 141°00'00";

thence in a northeasterly, easterly and southerly direction along the left bank of the Porcupine River for a distance of 130 miles, more or less, to a point at approximate latitude 67°17'00" and longitude 137°37'00", said point being at the confluence of the Bell River with the Porcupine River:

thence in a northeasterly direction to the left bank of the Bell River and then in a northeasterly, southerly and northeasterly direction along the said left bank for a distance of approximately 80 miles to a point on the left bank of an unnamed creek at approximate latitude 67°41'00" and longitude 136° 37'00";

thence in an easterly, northerly and easterly direction along the left bank of said creek and the south shore of Summit Lake to a point on the Boundary between the Yukon Territory and the Northwest Territories at approximate latitude 67°42'30" and longitude 136°27'00";

thence due north along said boundary to the shore of Mackenzie Bay of the Beaufort Sea at approximate latitude 68°52'30" and longitude 136°27'00";

thence in a northwesterly direction along the shore of the Beaufort Sea to a point on the International Boundary between Alaska and the Yukon Territory at approximate latitude 69°39'00" and longitude 141°00'00";

thence due south along the said International Boundary to the point of commencement.

Secondly,

The islands within three statute miles of the shore of the Beaufort Sea west of the boundary between the Yukon Territory and the Northwest Territories, and Herschel Island.

SAVING, EXCEPTING AND RESERVING thereout and therefrom all lands and buildings shown as reserved for any department of the Government of Canada or for the Government of the Yukon Territory or for the Northern Canada Power Commission in the Territorial Lands Property Registers in the Land Management Division of the Northern Affairs Program of the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development at Ottawa.

SAVING. EXCEPTING AND RESERVING thereout and therefrom all lands within a radius of two miles from the southwest corner of Lot 1, Group 1302. in the settlement of Old Crow, as said Lot is shown on plan of record number 42622 in the Canada Lands Surveys Records at Ottawa.

Part Two

In the Yukon Territory, in Group 1302. all that strip of land lying four and five tenths metres on either side of the centre line of an electrical power distribution line extending from The Yukon Electrical Company Limited's power house in the Settlement of Old Crow approximately five and six tenths kilometres to the Canadian National Railway Company's Microwave Station on Crow Mountain, as the centre line of the said distribution line is shown on drawing number 6312 of record on file number 8-3-1302-0-6 in the Land Management Division of the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development at Ottawa.

SAVING. EXCEPTING AND RESERVING thereout and therefrom all mines and minerals whether solid, liquid or gaseous, and the right to work the same.
 

ANNEX F-1

Aklavik 7(1)(a) Land

In the Northwest Territories;

in the District of Mackenzie:

in the Mackenzie Delta:

All that parcel of land in the Mackenzie Delta according to edition 1 of the National Topographic Series Maps of Aklavik — 107B and Blow River — 117A, produced at a scale of 1:250,000 by the Surveys and Mapping Branch, Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, Ottawa, as said parcel may be more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at a point on the Northwest Territories — Yukon Territory boundary at latitude 68°46' and approximate longitude 136°27'16";

thence easterly along latitude 68°46' to its intersection with longitude 135°40';

thence south along longitude 135°40' to its intersection with latitude 68°35';

thence easterly along latitude 68°35' to its intersection with longitude 135°30';

thence south along longitude 135°30' to its intersection with latitude 68°32';

thence easterly along latitude 68°32' to its intersection with longitude 135°25';

thence south along longitude 135°25' to its intersection with latitude 68°20';

thence westerly along latitude 68°20' to its intersection with longitude 135°15';

thence north along longitude 136°15' to its intersection with latitude 68°30';

thence westerly along latitude 68°30' to its intersection with the Yukon Territory — Northwest Territories boundary, at approximate longitude 136°27'16".

thence north along said boundary to the point of commencement; said parcel containing about 643 square miles.

 

ANNEX F-2

Aklavik 7(1)(b) Land

In the Northwest Territories;

in the District of Mackenzie;

in the Mackenzie Delta;

All those parcels of land in the Mackenzie Delta according to edition 1 of the National Topographic Series Map of Tent Island — 117A/16E and Shallow Bay — 107B/13W reproduced at a scale of 1:50.000 by the Army Survey Establishment, R.C.E. Ottawa, and to Maps of Mount David Gilbert — 117A/9E, Leland Channel — 107B/12E and 107B/12W and Beaver House Creek 107B/5E produced at a scale of 1:50,000 by the Surveys and Mapping Branch of the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, Ottawa, as said parcels may be described under Firstly to Twelfthly as follows:

Firstly, (according to said map 117A/16E)

Commencing at a point on the Yukon Territory — Northwest Territories boundary at latitude 68°46' and approximate longitude 136°27'16';

thence north along said boundary to its intersection with the southerly bank of an unnamed stream at approximate latitude 68°46'50", as said stream connects Moose Channel to Ministicoog Channel:

thence easterly and southerly along said southerly bank to its intersection with latitude 68°46' at approximate longitude 136°24';

thence westerly along latitude 68°46' to the point of commencement;

Secondly, (according to said maps 117A/16E, 117A/9E and 107B/12W)

Commencing at the point of intersection of latitude 68°46' and longitude 136°10';

thence westerly along latitude 68°46' to its intersection with the southerly bank of said unnamed stream at approximate longitude 136°23';

thence generally easterly following the sinuosities of said southerly bank to its intersection with the westerly bank of said Ministicoog Channel at approximate latitude 68°47'10" and approximate longitude 136°10'05";

thence southeasterly following said bank of Ministicoog Channel to its intersection with latitude 68°46' at approximate longitude 136°09'20";

thence westerly following parallel of latitude 68046' to the point of commencement;

Thirdly, (according to said map 107B/13W)

Commencing at a point on the northwesterly bank of an unnamed channel at latitude 68°46' and approximate longitude 135°53'20". said unnamed channel connecting west Channel and Anderton Channel:

thence westerly along latitude 68°46' to the northeasterly bank of said unnamed Channel at approximate longitude 135°55'40";

thence northerly, westerly, northwesterly and southeasterly along the sinuosities of the banks of said unnamed channel, Anderton Channel and West Channel to the point of commencement:

Fourthly, (according to said map 107B/13W)

Commencing at a point on the easterly bank of an unnamed channel at latitude 68°46' and approximate latitude 135°50'40", said unnamed channel connecting. Shallow Bay and West Channel:

thence northeasterly and southerly along the sinuosities of the banks of said unnamed channel and Shallow Bay to a point at latitude 68°46' and approximate longitude 135°43'50".

thence westerly along latitude 68°46' to the point of commencement;

Fifthly, (according to said map 107B/13W)

Commencing at the point on the southwesterly bank of Shallow Bay at latitude 68°46' and approximate longitude 135°41'50";

Sixthly, (according to said maps 107B/13W and 107B/12W)

Commencing at a point on the southwesterly bank of Shallow Bay at longitude 135°40' and approximate latitude 68°45'50";

thence southeasterly, northwesterly and southwesterly along the sinuousities of the banks of Shallow Bay. Hvatum Channel and an unnamed channel to a point at longitude 134°40' and approximate latitude 68°45'13";

thence north along longitude 135°40' to the point of commencement

Seventhly, (according to said maps 107B/13W and 107B/12W)

Commencing at a point on the south bank of an unnamed channel at longitude 135°40" and approximate latitude 68°45'10";

thence southeasterly and southwesterly along the bank of said unnamed channel to a point at longitude 135°40' and approximate latitude 68°44';

thence north along longitude 135°40' to the point of commencement;

Eighthly, (according to said map 107B/12W)

Commencing at a point on the westerly bank of an unnamed channel at longitude 135°40' and approximate latitude 68°43'35 ";

thence in a general southerly direction along said unnamed channel and Hvatum Channel to a point on the west bank of Hvatum Channel at latitude 68°35' and approximate longitude 135°36',

thence westerly along latitude 68°35' to its intersection with longitude 135°40';

thence north along longitude 135°40' to the point of commencement;

Ninthly, (according to said map 107B/12W)

Commencing at the point of intersection of the easterly bank of Hvatum Channel with latitude 68°35' approximate longitude 135°35'45";

thence northerly following said easterly bank to its intersection with the southerly bank of an unnamed stream at approximate latitude 68°35'04" and approximate longitude 135°35'45";

thence easterly and northeasterly following the said southerly bank to its intersection with the southerly bank of Leland Channel at approximate latitude 68°35'20'' and approximate longitude 135°32'30"

thence southeasterly following the southerly bank of said Channel to its intersection with latitude 68°35' at approximate longitude 135°31'30";

thence westerly along parallel of latitude 68°35' to the point of commencement;

Tenthly, (according to said map 107B/12E)

Commencing at the point of intersection of latitude 68°32' and longitude 135°30':

thence north along said longitude to its intersection with the southerly bank of Leland Channel at approximate latitude 68°34'40";

thence generally southerly following said bank to its intersection with longitude 135°25' at approximate latitude 68°32'01";

thence south along longitude 135°25' to its intersection with latitude 68°32';

thence westerly along latitude 68°32' to the point of commencement;

Eleventhly, (according to said map 107B/12E and 107B/5E)

Commencing at the point of intersection of the southerly bank of Leland Channel and longitude 135°25' at approximate latitude 68°32'01";

thence generally southerly following the sinuosities of the southwesterly bank of said Channel to the westerly bank of an unnamed channel at approximate latitude 68°30' and approximate longitude 135°19'56";

thence generally southwesterly along the westerly bank of said unnamed channel and the easterly bank of the Leland Channel to the easterly bank of the West Channel of the Mackenzie River at approximate latitude 68°24'57" and approximate longitude 135°24'59"

thence northwesterly following the easterly bank of the West Channel to its intersection with longitude 135°25'. approximate latitude 68°25';

thence north along longitude 135°25' to the point of commencement;

Twelfthly, (according to said map 107B/5E)

Commencing at the point of intersection of latitude 68°20' and longitude 135°25';

thence north along longitude 135°25' to its intersection with the southwesterly bank of West Channel at approximate latitude 68°22'50";

thence generally southeasterly following the sinuosities of said bank to its intersection with latitude 68°20', approximate longitude 135°13'40";

thence westerly along latitude 68°20' to the point of commencement.

The said parcels described under Firstly to Twelfthly having a total area of 38 square miles more or less.

 

ANNEX G-1

Inuvik 7(1)(a) Land

In the Northwest Territories;

in the District of Mackenzie:

in the Mackenzie Delta and Caribou Hills;

All that parcel of land in the Mackenzie Delta and Caribou Hills according to National Topographic Series Maps of Aklavik — 107B. edition 1 and Mackenzie Delta — 107C, edition 2. produced at a scale of 1:250,000 by the Surveys and Mapping Branch of the Department of Energy. Mines and Resources. Ottawa, as said parcel may be more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at the point of intersection of latitude 69°10'30" and longitude 134°15';

thence south along longitude 134°15' to its intersection with latitude 68°50';

thence easterly along latitude 68°50' to its intersection with longitude 134°00';

thence south along longitude 134°00' to its intersection with latitude 68°40':

thence easterly along latitude 68°40' to its intersection with longitude 133°45';

thence south along longitude 133°45' to its intersection with latitude 68°25';

thence westerly along latitude 68°25' to its intersection with longitude 133°55';

thence north along longitude 133°55' to its intersection with latitude 68°30';

thence westerly along latitude 68°30' to its intersection with longitude 134°15';

thence north along longitude 134°15' to its intersection with latitude 68°34';

thence westerly along latitude 68°34' to its intersection with longitude 134°20';

thence north along longitude 134°20' to its intersection with latitude 68°40';

thence westerly along latitude 68°40' to its intersection with longitude 134°37'30";

thence north along longitude 134°37'30" to its intersection with latitude 68°43';

thence westerly along latitude 68°43' to its intersection with longitude 134°45';

thence north along longitude 134°45' to its intersection with latitude 68°44';

thence westerly along latitude 68°44' to its intersection with longitude 134°47'30";

thence north along longitude 134°47'30" to its intersection with latitude 68°54';

thence westerly along latitude 68°54' to its intersection with longitude 135°03'45";

thence north along longitude 135°03'45" to its intersection with latitude 69°01';

thence easterly along latitude 69°01' to its intersection with longitude 134°53'45";

thence north along longitude 134°53'45" to its intersection with latitude 69°06';

thence easterly along latitude 69°06' to its intersection with longitude 134°35';

thence north along longitude 134°35' to its intersection with latitude 69°10'30".

thence easterly along latitude 69°10'30" to the point of commencement;

said parcel containing about 761 square miles.