ANNEX K-1

Holman 7(1)(a) Land

In the Northwest Territories;

in the District of Franklin;

on Victoria Island;

All those parcels of land on Diamond Jenness Peninsula according to edition 1 of the National Topographic Series Maps of Holman Island — 87F and Walker Bay — 87G. produced at a scale of 1:250,000 by the Army Survey Establishment, R.C.E. at Ottawa, as said parcels may be more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at the point of intersection of longitude 117°49' with the shoreline of Amundsen Gulf approximate latitude 70°44'40";

thence northeasterly in a straight line to the intersection of longitude 117°13'30" with the shoreline of Minto Inlet at approximate latitude 71°13';

thence generally northeasterly following the sinuosities of the shoreline of Minto Inlet to a point at the intersection of said shoreline and a latitude determined by producing the latitude west from the height of land at approximate latitude 71°17'30" and approximate longitude 116°28'50" the point being at approximate longitude 116°46'30";

thence easterly along the last aforesaid latitude to the last aforesaid height of land;

thence southeasterly in a straight line to a height of land at approximate latitude 71°12'55" and approximate longitude 116°19'00";

thence southeasterly in a straight line to a height of land at approximate latitude 71°07' and approximate longitude 116°03';

thence south along longitude 116°03' to its intersection with latitude 71°05';

thence westerly along latitude 71°05' to its intersection with longitude 116°43'30";

thence south along longitude 116°43'30" to its intersection with latitude 71°02';

thence southwesterly in a straight line to the intersection of latitude 70°50'45" and longitude 117°00';

thence westerly along latitude 70°50'45" to its intersection with longitude 117°16':

thence south along longitude 117°16' to its intersection with latitude 70°47'30";

thence westerly along latitude 70°47'30'' to its intersection with the shoreline of an unnamed lake at approximate longitude 117°18'50";

thence generally westerly and southerly following the sinuosities of the shoreline of said unnamed lake to its intersection with latitude 70°40';

thence easterly along latitude 70°40' to its intersection with longitude 117°16':

thence south along longitude 117°16' to its intersection with the shoreline of Safety Channel at approximate latitude 70°36'48";

thence in a general westerly and northwesterly, direction following the sinuosities of the shoreline of Victoria Island to the point of commencement;

and including Holman Island and all other islands situated in whole or in part within two miles or the above described shorelines in Minto Inlet and Amundsen Gulf;

LESS

Holman Community Site being:

That parcel of land on Diamond Jenness Peninsula according to edition 1 of National Topographic Series Map of Holman Island — 87E/19 produced at a scale of 1:50,000 by the Mapping and Charting establishment. Department of National Defence. Ottawa, as said parcel may be more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at the point of intersection of latitude 70°44'49" and longitude 117°48'25";

thence on an azimuth of 87°00', a distance of 1.28 miles to a point;

thence on an azimuth of 177°00'. a distance of 0.56 miles more or less to the intersection with the shoreline of Kings Bay:

thence southerly, northerly and westerly, following the sinuosities of the shoreline of Kings Bay and Queens Bay to its intersection with latitude 70°43'57";

thence westerly along latitude 70°43'57" to its intersection with the shoreline of Amundsen Gulf;

thence northeasterly and northwesterly following the shoreline of Amundsen Gulf and that of lacks Bay to its intersection with longitude 117°48'25";

thence north along longitude 117°48'25" a distance of 0.34 miles more or less to the point of commencement;

the remainder containing about 708 square miles.

 

ANNEX K-3

Holman Community Site

In the Northwest Territories;

in the District of Franklin;

on Victoria Island;

All that parcel of land on Diamond Jenness Peninsula according to edition 1 of the National Topographic Series Maps of Holman Island — 87F/19 produced at a scale of 1:50,000 by the Mapping and Charting Establishment Department of National Defence, Ottawa, as said parcel may be more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at the point of intersection of latitude 70°44'49" and longitude 117°48'25";

thence on an azimuth of 87°00' a distance of 1.28 miles to a point;

thence on an azimuth of 177°00' a distance of 0.56 miles more or less to the intersection of the shoreline of Kings Bay;

thence southerly, northerly and westerly following the sinuosities of the shoreline Kings Bay and Queens Bay to its intersection with latitude 70°43'57";

thence westerly along said latitude 70°43°57" to its intersection with the shoreline of Amundsen Gulf:

thence northeasterly and northwesterly following the shoreline of Amundsen Gulf and of Jacks Bay to its intersection with longitude 117°48'25":

thence north along longitude 117°48'25" a distance of 0.34 miles, more or less to the point of commencement;

said parcel containing about 1 square mile.

 

ANNEX K-5

Holman 7(1 )(b) Land

(West Diamond Jenness Peninsula)

In the Northwest Territories;

In the District of Franklin;

on Victoria Island;

All that parcel of land on Diamond Jenness Peninsula according to edition 1 of the National Topographic Series Maps of Holman Island — 87F and Walker Bay — 87G. produced at a scale of 1:250,000 by the Army Survey Establishment, R.C.E. at Ottawa, as said parcel may be more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at the point of intersection of longitude 117°13'30" and the shoreline of Minto Inlet at approximate latitude 71°13';

thence southwesterly in a straight line to the intersection of longitude 117°49' with the shoreline of Amundsen Gulf at approximate latitude 70°44'40";

thence northwesterly and northeasterly following the sinuosities of the shoreline of Amundsen Gulf and Minto Inlet to the point of commencement;

including all islands situated in whole or in part within two miles of the said shoreline;

said parcel containing about 427 square miles;

AND

(North Prince Albert Sound)

in the Northwest Territories;

in the District of Franklin;

on Victoria Island:

All those parcels of land on Diamond Jenness Peninsula and in Prince Albert Sound according to edition 1 of the National Topographic Series Maps of Holman Island — 87F and Prince Albert Sound — 87E, produced at a scale of 1:250,000 by the Army Survey Establishment, R.C.E. at Ottawa, as said parcels may be more particularly described under Firstly, and Secondly as follows:

Firstly,

Commencing at the point of intersection of longitude 117°16 with the shoreline of Safely Channel at approximate latitude 70°36'48";

thence north along longitude 117°16' to its intersection with latitude 70°40':

thence westerly along latitude 70°40' to its intersection with the shoreline of an unnamed lake at approximate longitude 117°22'46";

thence generally northeasterly, northwesterly and easterly following the sinuosities of the shoreline of said lake to its intersection with latitude 70°43' at approximate longitude 117°18'53";

thence easterly in a straight line to the intersection of latitude 70°43'40" and longitude 115°51'40";

thence south along longitude 115°51'40" to its intersection with latitude 70°40'40";

thence easterly in a straight line to the intersection of latitude 70°41'20" and longitude 115°17'50".

thence northeasterly in a straight line to the intersection of latitude 70°42'40" and longitude 114°53'10";

thence northeasterly in a straight line to the intersection of latitude 70°46'30" and longitude 114°04'50";

thence easterly in a straight line to the intersection of latitude 70°46'20" and longitude 113°37'20";

thence southeasterly in a straight line to the intersection of latitude 70°42'35" and longitude 113°00';

thence south along longitude 113°00' to intersection with latitude 70°39'45";

thence southeasterly in a straight line to the intersection of latitude 70°37'05" and longitude 112°21'10";

thence south along longitude 112°21'10" to its intersection with the shoreline of Prince Albert Sound at approximate latitude 70°31'24";

then generally westerly following the sinuosities of the shoreline of Prince Albert Sound to the point of commencement;

Secondly,

Those islands within the waters of Prince Albert Sound that lie north of latitude 70°23'45", west of longitude 112°21'10" and east of a line joining the point of commencement described in Firstly and the point of intersection of latitude 70°23'45" and longitude 117°37'; and including also the Horizon Islets at approximate latitude 70°20' and approximate longitude 117°21';

said parcels containing together about 821 square miles;

AND

(Southeast Prince Albert Sound)

In the Northwest Territories;

in the District of Franklin;

on Victoria Island;

All those parcels of lands on Wollaston Peninsula Victoria Island and in Prince Albert Sound according to edition 1 of the National Topographic Series Maps of Prince Albert Sound — 87E and Kagloryuak River — 77F, produced at a scale of 1:250,000 by the Army Survey Establishment, R.C.E. at Ottawa, as said parcels may be more particularly described under Firstly and Secondly as follows;

Firstly,

Commencing at the point of intersection of longitude 113°36'30" with the shoreline of Prince Albert Sound at approximate latitude 70°16'00";

thence generally easterly and westerly following the sinuosities of the shoreline of Prince Albert Sound to its intersection with latitude 70°23'45" at approximate longitude 111°57'45";

thence easterly along latitude 70°23'45" to its intersection with longitude 111°22'30";

thence south along longitude 111°22'30" to its intersection with latitude 70°09'30"

thence westerly along latitude 70°09'30" to its intersection with longitude 113°36'30";

thence northerly in a straight line to the point of commencement;

Secondly,

Those islands within the waters of Prince Albert Sound that lie south of latitude 70°23'45" and east of longitude 113°36'30";

said parcels containing together about 462 square miles;

AND

(Tahiryuak Lake)

In the Northwest Territories;

in the District of Franklin;

on Victoria Island;

All that parcel of land on Victoria Island according to edition 1 of the National Topographic Series Maps of Prince Albert Sound — 87E and Kagloryuak River — 77F, produced at a scale of 1:250,000 by the Army Survey Establishment, R.C.E. at Ottawa, as said parcel may be more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at the point of intersection of longitude 111°57'30" with the shoreline of Tahiryuak Lake at approximate latitude 70°52'40";

thence south along longitude 111°57'30" to its intersection with latitude 70°49'10";

thence westerly along latitude 70°49'10" to its intersection with longitude 112°17'00";

thence north along longitude 112°17'00" to its intersection with the shoreline of an unnamed lake at approximate latitude 70°52'45";

thence generally northerly and following the sinuosities of the easterly shoreline of said lake to its intersection with longitude 112°18'35" at approximate latitude 70°54°24";

thence north along longitude 112°18'35" to its intersection with the shoreline of Tahiryuak Lake at approximate latitude 70°56'07";

thence northeasterly, northwesterly, easterly and generally southeasterly following the sinuosities of the shoreline of said lake to the point of commencement;

said parcel containing about 43 square miles;

AND

(Quunnguq Lake)

In the Northwest Territories;

in the District of Franklin;

on Victoria Island;

All those parcels of Lands on Wollaston Peninsula according to edition 1 of the National Topographic Series Map of Read Island — 87D. produced at a scale of 1:250,000 by the Army Survey Establishment. R.C.E. at Ottawa, as said parcels may be more particularly described under Firstly and Secondly as follows:

Firstly,

Commencing at the point of intersection of longitude 112°39' and the shoreline of Quunnguq Lake at approximate latitude 69°51';

thence south along longitude of 112°39' to its intersection with latitude 69°50'00";

thence westerly along latitude 69°50'00' to its intersection with longitude 112°53';

thence north along longitude 112°53' to its intersection with latitude 70°00' thence easterly along latitude 70°00' to its intersection with longitude 112°30';

thence south along longitude 112°30' to its intersection with the shoreline of said lake at approximate latitude 69°58';

thence generally westerly, southerly and easterly, following the sinuosities of the shoreline or said lake to the point of commencement;

Secondly,

Commencing at the point of intersection of longitude 112°30' with the shoreline of said lake at approximate latitude 69°54'50";

thence south along longitude 112°30' to its intersection with the shoreline of said lake at approximate latitude 69°54'00";

thence generally westerly and easterly following the sinuosities of the shoreline of said lake to the point of commencement;

said parcels containing together about 54 square miles;

AND

(Wollaston Peninsula)

In the Northwest Territories;

in the District of Franklin;

on Victoria Island;

All that parcel of land on Wollaston Peninsula according to edition 1 of the National Topographic Series Maps of Penny Bay — 87C, Holman Island — 87F and Prince Albert Sound— 87E, produced at a scale of 1:250,000 by the Army Survey Establishment. R.C.E. at Ottawa, as said parcel may be more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at the point of intersection of the northerly bank of Kugaluk River and the shoreline of Penny Bay. in Amundsen Gulf;

thence generally northwesterly and northeasterly following the sinuosities of the shoreline of Penny Bay, Amundsen Gulf and Prince Albert Sound to its intersection with an unnamed creek at approximate latitude 70°14'15" and approximate longitude 115°44'54";

thence southerly, following said creek to its intersection with latitude 70°09'40" at approximate longitude 115°42'00";

thence southwesterly in a straight line to the intersection of latitude 70°07'10" and longitude 116°12'50";

thence southwesterly in a straight line to the intersection of latitude 70°03'50" and longitude 116°42'10";

thence southwesterly in a straight line to the intersection of latitude 70°00'30" and longitude 117°06'45";

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

thence southeasterly in a straight line to the intersection of the northerly bank of Kugaluk River and longitude 116°37'50", at approximate latitude 69°38';

thence generally westerly following said northerly bank to the point of commencement;

including Bell Island and all islands which are situated in whole or in pan within two miles of the above described shoreline;

said parcel containing about 375 square miles;

AND

(Prince of Wales Strait)

In the Northwest Territories;

in the District of Franklin;

on Victoria Island;

All that parcel of land on Prince Albert Peninsula according to edition 2 of the National Topographic Series Maps of Deans Dundas Bay — 88B and White Sand Creek — 88C produced at a scale of 1:250,000 by the Army Survey Establishment, R.C.E. at Ottawa, as said parcel may be more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at a point on the southeasterly shore of Prince of Wales Strait at the mouth of an unnamed creek at approxiate longitude 116°19' and approximate latitude 73°05'00";

thence easterly and southerly following the said creek to a fork at approximate latitude 72°59'20" and approximate longitude 116°25'00";

thence southwesterly along a straight line to a fork of two unnamed creeks at approximate latitude 72°58'30" and approximate longitude 116°32'00";

thence generally southerly and westerly following an unnamed creek to its beginning at the east end of an unnamed lake at approximate latitude 72°56'30" and approximate longitude 116°44';

thence westerly and northeasterly following the shoreline of said lake to the most northerly point on the shore of said lake;

thence on an azimuth of 45°00' in a straight line to its intersection with an unnamed creek at approximate latitude 72°58' and approximate longitude 116°42';

thence northerly following said creek to the shoreline of Prince of Wales Strait at approximate latitude 73°00'15" and approximate longitude 116°45'20";

thence northeasterly following the shoreline of said strait to the point of commencement;

including all islands situated in whole or in part within two miles of said shoreline;

said parcel containing about 38 square miles;

AND

(Minto Inlet — Wynniatt Bay)

In the Northwest Territories;

in the District of Franklin;

on Victoria Island;

All those parcels of lands on Natkusiak Peninsula. Prince Albert Peninsula. Victoria Island and in Amundsen Gulf, Walker Bay, Minto Inlet, Glenelg Bay and Wynniatt Bay according to edition 1 of the National Topographic Series Maps of Walker Bay — 87G. Deans Dundas Bay — 88B, Saneraun Hills — 87H, Richard Collinson Inlet — 88A and Wynniatt Bay — 78B produced at a scale of 1:250,000 by the Army Survey Establishment, R.C.E. at Ottawa, as said parcels may be more particularly described under Firstly and Secondly as follows:

Firstly,

Commencing at the point of intersection of latitude 72°24'30" and the shoreline of Prince or Wales Strait at approximate longitude 118°32'40";

thence easterly along latitude 72°24'30" to its intersection with longitude 117°53'00";

thence south along longitude 117°53'00" to its intersection with latitude 71°48'00"

thence easterly along latitude 71°48'00'' to its intersection with longitude 117°14'00",

thence south along longitude 117°14'00" to its intersection with latitude 71°43'00",

thence easterly in a straight line to the intersection of latitude 71°42'45'' and longitude 114°54'30",

thence northeasterly in a straight line to the intersection of latitude 72°05'20" and longitude 113°01'45";

thence northeasterly in a straight line to the intersection with the shoreline of Wynniatt Bay and latitude 72°48'50" at approximate longitude 111°40'44";

thence generally southerly, northeasterly and southeasterly following the sinuosities of the shoreline of Wynniatt Bay. Glenelg Bay and an unnamed Inlet to its intersection with longitude 110°19'30" at approximate latitude 72°26'04";

thence south along longitude 110°19'30" to its intersection with latitude 72°15'40";

thence westerly in a straight line to a survey monument at approximate latitude 72°16'00" and approximate longitude 110°57'43";

thence southwesterly in a straight line to a height of land at approximate latitude 72°13'05" and approximate longitude 111°40'40";

thence westerly in a straight line to a height of land at approximate latitude 72°13'10" and approximate longitude 112°00';

thence southwesterly in a straight line to the most easterly point of an unnamed lake at approximate latitude 72°01'15" and approximate longitude 112°36'20":

thence southwesterly in a straight line to a height of land at approximate latitude 71°38'20" and approximate longitude 113°08'30";

thence southwesterly in a straight line to the mouth of an unnamed creek entering an unnamed lake at approximate latitude 71°25'00" and approximate longitude 113°57'00";

thence westerly in a straight line to a height of land at approximate latitude 71°25'40" and approximate longitude 114°34'00 ";

thence southwesterly in a straight line to a height of land at approximate latitude 71°12'55" and approximate longitude 116°19'00";

thence northwesterly in a straight line to a height of land at approximate latitude 71°17'30" and approximate longitude 116°28'50 ";

thence westerly along the last aforesaid latitude to its intersection of the shoreline of Minto Inlet at approximate longitude 116°46'30";

thence generally northeasterly, southwesterly, northwesterly and northerly, following the sinuosities of the shoreline of Minto Inlet, Boot Inlet, Fish Bay. Goose Bay. Amundsen Gulf. Walker Bay. Prince of Wales Strait and Deans. Dundas Bay to the point of commencement.

and including all islands lying within Minto Inlet, Boot Inlet, Walker Bay. Glenelg Bay. Wynniatt Bay and including Ramsay Island at approximate latitude 71°33'00'' and approximate longitude 119°07'00", and including all other islands situated in whole or in part within two miles of the above described shoreline;

Secondly,

That parcel of land on Natkusiak Peninsula which may be more particularly described as follows:

Commencing at the point of intersection of longitude 110°00'00" with the shoreline of Hadley Bay at approximate latitude 72°58'45";

thence south along longitude 110°00'00" to its intersection with the shoreline of Wynniatt Bay at approximate latitude 72°45'00";

thence southwesterly, northeasterly, northerly, northwesterly and easterly following the sinuosities of the shoreline of Wynniatt Bay and Hadley Bay to the point of commencement.

said parcels containing about 5.319 square miles.

The lands described in Annex K-5 comprising 7.539 square miles more or less.
 

ANNEX L

Porcupine Caribou Management Agreement

The Porcupine Caribou Management Agreement, dated October 26, 1985, as amended from time to time, between Canada, the Government of the Northwest Territories, the Government of Yukon, the Council for Yukon Indians, the Inuvialuit Game Council, and the Dene Nation and the Metis Association of the Northwest Territories, is hereby incorporated by reference into this Agreement.

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

 

ANNEX M

Definition of Minerals Relating to 7(1)(b) Title

"Mineral" means precious and base metals and other naturally occurring substances that can be mined but does not include coal, petroleum and related hydrocarbons, native sulphur, construction stone, carving stone, limestone, soapstone, marble, gypsum, shale, clay, sand, gravel, volcanic ash, earth, soil, and diatomaceous earth, ochre, marl or peat or other substances regulated by regulations, other than the Canada Mining Regulations made pursuant to the Public Lands Grants Act or the Territorial Lands Act.

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

 

ANNEX N

Financial Compensation

The schedule of capital transfer payments shall be: an initial payment of $12 million on December 31, 1984; three annual payments of $1 million, from December 31, 1985 to December 31, 1987: five annual payments of $5 million from December 31, 1988 to December 31, 1992; four annual payments of $20 million from December 31, 1993 to December 31, 1996: and a final payment on December 31, 1997 of $32 million. All payments are to be made on the last business day prior to December 31 of the respective year.

 

ANNEX O

Schedule of Maximum Amounts Permitted to be Outstanding

  $Millions
January 1, 1985 — December 31, 1985 65.077
January 1, 1986 — December 31, 1986 69.387
January 1, 1987 — December 31, 1987 74.049
January 1, 1988 — December 31, 1988 79.091
January 1, 1989 — December 31, 1989 80.543
January 1, 1990 — December 31, 1990 82.112
January 1, 1991 — December 31, 1991 83.809
January 1, 1992 — December 31, 1992 85.652
January 1, 1993 — December 31, 1993 87.641
January 1, 1994 — December 31, 1994 74.777
January 1, 1995 — December 31, 1995 60.896
January 1, 1996 — December 31, 1996 45.863
January 1, 1997 — December 31, 1997 29.611
January 1, 1998 — December 31, 1998 0

 

ANNEX P

Existing Subsurface Rights on Inuvialuit Lands

Dispositions under Canada Oil and Gas Act

REPRESENTATIVE OF INTEREST OWNER EXPLORATION AGREEMENT NO. EXPIRY DATE LOCATION
Shell Canada Resources Limited 221 Sept 5. 1987 Aklavik 7(1)(a) Annex F-1 East portion of block
Shell Canada Resources Limited 222 Sept 5. 1987 Aklavik 7(1)(b) Annex F-2 North and East of 7(1 )(a) block
Gulf Canada Resources
Inc.
224 Sept 5. 1987 Inuvik 7(1)(a) Annex G-1 Most of block
Esso Resources Canada Ltd. 101 June 1. 1987 Inuvik 7(1)(b) Annex G-2 NW of 7(1)(a) block
Shell Canada Resources Ltd. 222 Sept 5. 1987 W of 7(1)(a) block
Gulf Canada Resources Inc. 225 Sept 5. 1987 N and W of 7(1)(a) block
Esso Resources Canada Ltd. 102 June 1. 1987 Tuktoyaktuk 7(1)(a) Annexes H-1, H-3, H-4 All of block
Suncor Inc. 211 March 4. 1988 Hendrickson Island
Petro-Canada Inc. 212 Sept 1. 1988 South of Tuktoyaktuk 7(l)(a) block
Esso Resources Canada Ltd. 101 June 1. 1987 Tuktoyaktuk 7(1)(b) Annex H-6. South of Franklin Bay
Esso Resources Canada Ltd. 102 June 1. 1987 South of Tuktoyaktuk 7(1)(a) block
Esso Resources Canada Ltd. 103 June 1. 1987 North of Liverpool Bay
Esso Resources Canada Ltd. 106 June 1. 1987 Warren Point
Gulf Canada Resources Inc. 225 Sept 5. 1987 East of Parsons Lake
Chevron Canada Ltd. 227 Sept 5. 1987 Char Point
Petro-Canada Inc. 212 Sept 1. 1988 Paulatuk 7(1)(b) Annex I-5 South of Franklin Bay

 

Dispositions under Canada Mining Regulations

REPRESENTATIVE OF INTEREST OWNER LICENCE NO. EXPIRY DATE LOCATION
Petro-Canada Exploration Inc. 156 April 27. 1984 N.T.S. 117-A-9 (Aklavik 7(1)(a) and 7(1)(b))
REPRESENTATIVE OF INTEREST OWNER PERMIT NO. EXPIRY DATE LOCATION
Panarctic Oil Ltd. 975 Jan. 31. 1988 N.T.S. 78-B-4 (Holman 7(1)(b))

 

 

 

Dispositions under Canada Mining Regulations

REPRESENTATIVE OF INTEREST OWNER LICENCE NO. EXPIRY DATE LOCATION
Petro-Canada Exploration Inc 156 April 27. 1984 N.T.S. 117-A-9 (Aklavik 7(1)(a) and 7(1)(b))
REPRESENTATIVE OF INTEREST OWNER LICENCE NO. EXPIRY DATE LOCATION
Panarctic Oil Ltd. 975 Jan. 31. 1988 N.T.S. 78-B-4 (Holman 7(1)(b))

 

ANNEX Q

Existing Surface Rights on Inuvialuit Lands

LESSEE LEASE # / EXPIRY DATE LOCATION / MAP
1. Northwestel 3599/31-12-85 S. of Paulatuk 7(1)(a) 97C/8-4
2. Richard White 3410/30-05-86 Ya Ya Lake 7(1)(b) 107C/3-8

 

ANNEX R

Existing Government Reservations on Inuvialuit Lands

DEPARTMENT Purpose Location
1. GNWT Airport — Transferred to Commissioner OIC PC 1979-3019 Holman Island 7(1)(a) 87F/15-1
2. DOE Arctic Seal Research Program Brown's Harbour 7(1)(b) 97F/1-2
3. DND DEW Line Site Cape Parry 7(1)(b) 97F/1-5
4. DOE Stream Gauging Station S. Shore Big River 7(1)(b) 98A/5-1
5. DOT Navigational Aid M. 993.3 Mackenzie River 7(1)(a) 107B/6-1
6. DOT Buoy Cache Site Mi. 1006 Mackenzie River 7(1)(a) 107B/11-1
7. DOT Buoy Cache Site Mi. 1025 Mackenzie River 7(1)(a) 107B/14
8. DIAND NCPC Right of Way Inuvik to Tuktoyaktuk 7(1)(a) and (b) 107B/15-3
9. DIAND Inuvik Research Lab YaYa Lake 7(1)(a) and (b) 107C/3-9
10. DEMR Involuted Hill Test Site Tuktoyaktuk Peninsula 7(1)(a) 107C/8-1
11. DOE CWS Landing and Laboratory Anderson River Delta 7(1)(b) 107C/9-2
12. DOT Navigational Aid Tuktoyaktuk (7)(a) Lot 6. Group 1455 107C/9-4
13. DOT Navigational Aids Tuktoyaktuk 7(1)(a) Lots 2.3.4.5 Group 1 107C/9
14. DIAND DND DEW Line Site (inactive) Malloch Hill 7(1)(a) 70°01' - 126°58'
15. DND DEW Line Site Nicholson Peninsula 7(1)(b) 107D/16-2
16. DOE Water Survey of Canada Water Gauging Station Anderson River 7(1)(b) 107A/9-1

 

ANNEX S

Old Crow/Inuvialuit Reciprocal Harvesting Agreement

WHEREAS: The Inuvialuit recognizes and support the claim of the Old Crow People for exclusive hunting, trapping and fishing rights yet to be negotiated with the Government of Canada to the south of the Watershed between the flats and the North Slope and

WHEREAS: The Old Crow people and CYI recognizing and support the exclusive rights of the Inuvialuit as contained in the Inuvialuit Agreement-in-Principle to the north of the Watershed;

Therefore the Inuvialuit and the Old Crow People agree:

1. The Inuvialuit shall hunt, trap and fish only to the north of the Watershed Boundary. Inuvialuit can hunt, trap or fish south of the Watershed Boundary only with permission of Old Crow.

2. The Old Crow people agree to hunt, trap and fish only to the south of the Watershed Boundary.  Old Crow People can hunt, trap or fish to the north of the Watershed Boundary only with the consent of the Inuvialuit Game Council.

This Agreement, upon ratification by the respective communities and organizations shall be included in any Land Claim Agreements and settlements which the Inuvialuit and Old Crow People reach with the Government of Canada.

Nothing in this agreement keeps Inuvialuit and Old Crow People from entering into further agreements to share wildlife.

It is understood that a Cooperative Caribou Agreement for the sharing of caribou shall supercede this agreement with respect to caribou.

August 18, 1979  
for Old Crow
signed by:
for Inuvialuit
signed by:
Johnny Abel
Chief
Nellie Cournoyea
Member — J.P.G.
Peter Benjamin
Member — J.P.G.
Barbara Allen
Member - J.P.G.
Renie Frost
Member — J.P.G.
Tom Arey Jr.
Member — J.P.G.
Margaret Njootli
Member — J.P.G.
Roy Hansen
Member - J.P.G.
Lazarus Charlie
Member — J.P.G.
Danny Gordon
Member — J.P.G.
Bruce Charlie
Member — J.P.G.
for C.O.P.E.
Sam Raddi
President
for C.Y.I.
Harry Allen
President
Peter Green
Vice-President
   
   

 

Principles Concerning the Area of the Yukon North of the Porcupine River

1. The entire area is of special importance for wildlife production and hunting, trapping and fishing of the native peoples and as such must be given special recognition and protected status.

2. The Inuvialuit and the Old Crow people represent the predominant, if not the only. native groups in the area.

3. The Inuvialuit and Old Crow people agree that the area to the north of the Watershed between the flats and the North Slope shall be dedicated as a National Wilderness area.

4. The Inuvialuit support the claim of the Old Crow people for Fee Simple land to the Old Crow Flats.

5. The Inuvialuit support the Old Crow position that any area to the south of the Watershed Boundary to the Porcupine River that is not Old Crow Fee Simple land shall be protected through a public dedication.

6. The Inuvialuit and Old Crow people agree to negotiate, in the future, agreements for cooperative management between the Inuvialuit area in the North Slope and the Old Crow area to the south of the Watershed.