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Over the months from September, 2008 to March, 2009, individuals and families within the T’it’q’et community have held numerous meetings to review the P'egp'ig7hla governance structure, the engagement families and community members in the governance structure, and the relationship between the traditional families and the P'egp'ig7hla (traditional) Council which is part of the
9. Heritage Conservation for the [...] First Nation means the management of human activities to maintain, protect or recover [...] Archaeological, Ethnographic, Heritage, and Historic Resources.
E. The Applicant acknowledge that Aboriginal peoples are entitled to the recognition of the full ownership, control and protection of their intellectual property.
A. The Parties wish to agree on the supply and sharing of Traditional Use (TU) data and on the manner in which the Band will supply and share their TU data updates to [X TRIBAL COUNCIL] to enhance and maintain the future integrity of TU data, as well as for the Band to receive digital mapping products and services from [X TRIBAL COUNCIL];
This paper is intended to help guide the development of policies that allow Traditional Knowledge to used for the benefit of <First Nations>, but will empower the <First Nation> to assert its ownership of, and management responsibility for, Traditional Knowledge.
The Deh Cho Land Use Planning Committee recognizes that the aboriginal peoples of the
Northwest Territories have acquired a vast store of traditional knowledge through their
experience of centuries of living in close harmony with the land. The Committee recognizes that
aboriginal traditional knowledge is a valid and essential source of information about the