What’s been done so far?

Notice

This website will change as a result of the dissolution of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, and the creation of Indigenous Services Canada and the eventual creation of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada. During this transformation, you may also wish to consult the updated Indigenous and Northern Affairs home page.

In the NWT, Canada has completed almost all of its ‘onetime' obligations outlined in settled claims, and continues to fulfill its recurring obligations and to work towards meeting the overall objectives under the claims. The implementation committees have been essential in implementation activity successes to date, and Canada is making efforts to encourage all parties to use the implementation committees to address implementation issues.

Land conveyance, or the formal transfer of title to lands, has been completed in the Inuvialuit, Gwich'in, Sahtu and Tlicho settlement areas. All necessary surveys are done and land titles have been registered at the land titles registry.