Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation Final Agreement

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Chapter 21 - Taxation of Settlement Land

21.1.0 Definitions

In this chapter, the following definitions shall apply.

"Improved Rural Settlement Land" means Settlement Land outside a Community Boundary which is used for commercial purposes or which contains a permanent structure other than a cabin, camp, tent frame, cache, fish rack, or other like improvement which is used primarily for trapping or non-commercial Wildlife Harvesting or other traditional purposes.

"Unimproved Rural Settlement Land" means Settlement Land outside a Community Boundary other than Improved Rural Settlement Land.

"Government" means local, territorial or federal government, as the case may be.

"Yukon First Nation Corporation" means a corporation owned or controlled by a Yukon First Nation.

21.2.0 Application of Certain Laws

21.2.1
Fee Simple Settlement Land shall be subject to Laws of General Application respecting Property Taxes, and Government and a Yukon First Nation may agree in a self-government agreement negotiated pursuant to Chapter 24 - Yukon Indian Self-Government that Fee Simple Settlement Land is also subject to the power of the Yukon First Nation to levy and collect fees for the use or occupation of Settlement Land, including property taxes.

21.2.2
Any residence of a Yukon Indian Person which is occupied as a personal residence on Fee Simple Settlement Land, and which otherwise meets the criteria, shall be deemed to be owner-occupied for the purposes of any homeowner's grant programs available from time to time, notwithstanding that title to the lands on which the residence is situated, is held by a Yukon First Nation or Yukon First Nation Corporation.

21.2.3
Unimproved Rural Settlement Land is exempt from Property Taxes

21.2.4
Unless the parties to a Yukon First Nation Final Agreement otherwise agree, in the event a Community Boundary is altered so as to encompass a Parcel of Unimproved Rural Settlement Land, the tax exempt status of the Parcel shall not change until an agreement with respect to Local Government Services has been entered into for that Parcel between the Yukon First Nation and Government.

21.2.5
Except as otherwise provided in a Yukon First Nation Final Agreement or in a self-government agreement negotiated pursuant to Chapter 24 - Yukon Indian Self-Government, all other Settlement Land shall be subject to Laws of General Application respecting Property Taxes as if such lands were equivalent private property.

Specific Provision

21.2.5.1
Specific provisions in respect of Property Taxes shall be set out in the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation self-government agreement.

21.2.5.2
For the purposes of this Agreement the boundary of the community of Old Crow is as shown on the Territorial Resource Base Map 116 0/12 dated February 11, 1992 and the Old Crow Reference Plan, set out in Appendix B - Maps, which forms a separate volume to this Agreement.

21.2.5.3
Unimproved Settlement Land within the community of Old Crow shall be exempt from Property Taxes.

21.3.0 Arrears

21.3.1
Notwithstanding Laws of General Application, Settlement Land held by a Yukon First Nation or any Yukon First Nation Corporation shall not be subject to attachment, seizure or sale for non-payment of Property Taxes. If Property Taxes owing on such Settlement Land remain unpaid for more than two years, the taxing authority may withdraw the delivery of any or all services to such Settlement Land until the outstanding Property Taxes have been paid.

21.3.2
Unless the parties to a Yukon First Nation Final Agreement otherwise agree, if the Property Taxes remain unpaid on Settlement Land six months after the withdrawal of any Local Government Services under 21.3.1, the taxing authority may attach the assets of that Yukon First Nation or any Yukon First Nation Corporation of that Yukon First Nation in addition to all other remedies including the filing of a lien or other instrument against such Settlement Land.

21.3.3
Unless the parties to a Yukon First Nation Final Agreement otherwise agree, if arrears under any agreement negotiated between the Yukon First Nation and Government for the provision of Local Government Services on Settlement Land remain unpaid for a period of six months, Government may withdraw any or all such services to such land until the outstanding arrears have been paid.

21.3.4
Unless the parties to a Yukon First Nation Final Agreement otherwise agree, if the arrears remain unpaid six months after the withdrawal of services under 21.3.3, Government may, without the consent of the Yukon First Nation or any Yukon First Nation Corporation, refer the matter to the dispute resolution process under 26.3.0.

21.4.0 Determination of Rates

21.4.1
Yukon First Nation Final Agreements shall provide for Yukon First Nations or any Yukon First Nation Corporation to pay similar rates for user-pay Local Government Services as are paid by property owners in the same or similar communities.

Specific Provision

21.4.1.1
Unless otherwise agreed by the Yukon and the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation, the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation and any corporation owned or controlled by the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation shall pay the same rates for user-pay Local Government Services as would be paid by property owners in the community of Old Crow.

21.5.0 Grants in Lieu

21.5.1
Notwithstanding Chapter 2 - General Provisions, Canada shall cease to make grants in lieu of taxes to the Yukon or Yukon municipalities in relation to a parcel of Land Set Aside upon the cancellation of the notation in respect of that parcel pursuant to 4.2.0.

21.6.0 Outstanding Property Taxes

21.6.1
Prior to the ratification of a Yukon First Nation Final Agreement, Government and the Yukon First Nation shall resolve the issue of outstanding Property Taxes on Settlement Land.

Specific Provision

21.6.1.1
The Yukon shall not collect Property Taxes outstanding as at the Effective Date of this Agreement on:

(a) leases 002, 003, 006, 026 and 027 in Parcel C3A;

(b) fee simple lots 1004, 1005, 1006, 1007, 1008 and 1009 in Parcel C-4FS; and

(c) lease 007 in Parcel C-5A.

21.6.2
Notwithstanding 21.6.1, Government shall not collect Property Taxes on Unimproved Rural Settlement Land outstanding at the Effective Date of a Yukon First Nation Final Agreement.






Chapter 22 - Economic Development Measures

22.1.0 Objectives

22.1.1
The objectives of this chapter are as follows:

22.1.1.1
to provide Yukon Indian People with opportunities to participate in the Yukon economy;

22.1.1.2
to develop economic self-reliance for Yukon Indian People; and

22.1.1.3
to ensure that Yukon Indian People obtain economic benefits that flow directly from the Settlement Agreements.

22.2.0 General

22.2.1
Nothing in a Settlement Agreement shall be construed to prevent a Yukon First Nation or a Yukon Indian Person from accessing and making use of economic development programs of general application to a Yukon resident and a Canadian citizen.

22.2.2
Except as otherwise agreed in a Yukon First Nation Final Agreement, nothing in this chapter shall be construed to impose any financial obligation on Government.

22.2.3
Measures identified in this chapter shall take into consideration Government fiscal responsibility and economic objectives.

22.3.0 Yukon First Nation Final Agreements

22.3.1
As soon as practicable after the completion of the implementation plan for a Yukon First Nation Final Agreement, the parties to each Yukon First Nation Final Agreement shall develop a plan for Yukon Indian People to take advantage of economic development opportunities generated by that Settlement Agreement, which plan may be completed either before or after a Yukon First Nation Final Agreement.

Specific Provision

22.3.1.1
The economic development opportunities plan for the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation required under 22.3.1 shall be prepared, to the extent practicable, in the community of Old Crow and shall involve the participation of the Vuntut Gwitchin.

22.3.2
The plans shall include recommendations to:

22.3.2.1
maximize opportunities for training and identify the experience that Yukon Indian People will require to take advantage of the economic opportunities generated by Settlement Agreements;

22.3.2.2
maximize the use of available financial and technical resources; and

22.3.2.3
identify the funding requirements and measures necessary to stimulate community level economic activity.

Specific Provision

22.3.2.4
identify opportunities for the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation in harvesting activities and opportunities for the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation to make strategic investments pursuant to 22.3.3.4.

22.3.3
Each Yukon First Nation Final Agreement shall provide for specific economic measures which shall address:

22.3.3.1
access to employment and contract opportunities for Yukon Indian People generated as a direct consequence of the Settlement Agreements;

22.3.3.2
access to employment and contract opportunities for Yukon Indian People generated as a direct consequence of the land and resource management regime set out in the Umbrella Final Agreement;

22.3.3.3
participation by Yukon Indian People in harvesting activities; and

22.3.3.4
the interest of Yukon First Nations in strategic investments in areas such as transportation, culture, communication, agriculture, renewable resource services, energy resources, industry and tourism.

Specific Provision

22.3.3.5
The specific economic measures required by 22.3.3 are set out in Part I of Schedule A - Economic Measures, attached to this chapter.

22.3.3.6
Specific provisions in Part I of Schedule A - Economic Measures, attached to this chapter, do not apply to Vuntut National Park.

22.3.4
Unless otherwise agreed in a Yukon First Nation Final Agreement, participation of Yukon Indian People in contracts identified pursuant to 22.3.3.1 and 22.3.3.2 shall be on a competitive basis.

22.3.5
Unless otherwise agreed in a Yukon First Nation Final Agreement, participation of Yukon Indian People in employment opportunities pursuant to 22.3.3.1 and 22.3.3.2 shall be based on appropriate qualifications or experience.

22.3.6
Each Yukon First Nation Final Agreement shall set out a process for allocation to that Yukon First Nation of licences, permits or grants for outfitting, commercial fishing other than salmon fishing, or other uses of natural resources.

Specific provision

22.3.6.1
The process required by 22.3.6 is set out in Part II of Schedule A - Economic Measures, attached to this chapter.

22.3.6.2
Specific provisions in Part II of Schedule A - Economic Measures, attached to this chapter, do not apply to Vuntut National Park.

22.3.7
The allocation of a licence, permit or grant provided under 22.3.6 shall be in accordance with the following conditions:

22.3.7.1
an existing licence, permit or grant shall continue in force for the present holder; and

22.3.7.2
renewals or assignments shall not be affected if the present holder is otherwise entitled to renew or assign.

22.4.0 Employment Opportunities

22.4.1
Where public service employment opportunities exist, Government shall assist in facilitating training and professional development of Yukon Indian People so that they will have access to such employment opportunities, with particular emphasis on increasing over a reasonable period of time the number of Yukon Indian People in technical, managerial and professional positions within the public service.

22.4.2
The Yukon and Yukon First Nations jointly shall explore ways to make apprenticeship programs more flexible, and to promote greater participation by Yukon Indian People in such programs, and shall examine other means of providing training for employment.

22.5.0 Contracting

22.5.1
The Yukon, at the time it publicly invites tenders, shall provide written notice to those Yukon First Nations who have indicated a wish to be advised of public tenders. Where bidders' lists or similar methods are used, the Yukon shall notify those Yukon First Nations who have indicated their interest in contracting and their ability to supply the tendered goods or services.

22.5.2
Any failure to provide notice pursuant to 22.5.1 shall not affect the public tender process or the contract awards resulting therefrom.

22.5.3
The Yukon shall provide information on a regular basis to Yukon First Nations on contracts awarded which were not advertised for public tender.

22.5.4
For contracts to be awarded in the Yukon, Canada undertakes to include on contract lists those qualified Yukon First Nations who have indicated an interest in contracting.

22.5.5
A Yukon First Nation may request information from a federal contracting authority on contracts awarded in the Yukon. Where such information is publicly available, the authority shall make all reasonable efforts to provide the requested information.

22.5.6
At the request of Yukon Indian People, Government shall provide information on how to access Government supply and services contracts and standing offers, and how to register on lists or inventories which Government uses for contracting.

22.5.7
Where practicable, provision of information in 22.5.6 shall be through seminars and workshops.

22.5.8
Government shall ensure that Yukon Indian People and Yukon First Nations' corporations are advised on how to access Government contracting, and that such individuals and businesses are given full opportunity to be registered on any lists or inventories Government uses for contracting purposes.

22.5.9
Any criteria for northern preference in contracting shall not exclude Yukon Indian People.

22.5.10
The Yukon shall, where reasonable, make best efforts to structure contracts, on both Settlement Land and Non-Settlement Land, so that they are of a size manageable by small businesses.

22.6.0 Public Corporations

22.6.1
Subject to 22.2.0, Government shall assist Yukon Indian People to make investments in public corporations.

22.6.2
The Yukon shall ensure that the Board of Directors of the Yukon Development Corporation is generally representative of the Yukon population.

22.6.3
The Yukon shall make best efforts to structure the Board of Directors of the Yukon Energy Corporation so that at least one-quarter of the directors are Yukon Indian People.

22.6.4
Yukon First Nation corporations may participate with the Yukon Development Corporation in economic opportunities, and such participation may include, but is not limited to, joint ventures, partnerships and equity participation in subsidiary corporations.

22.6.5
Yukon First Nations shall be offered an opportunity to participate in all ventures where the Yukon Development Corporation seeks public participation in the acquisition or disposal of a business venture.

22.6.6
Government and Yukon First Nations shall establish, to the extent practicable, procedures for joint capital planning.

22.7.0 Economic Planning

22.7.1
The Yukon shall make best efforts to structure the Yukon Council on the Economy and the Environment so that at least one-quarter of its members are Yukon Indian People.

22.7.2
The Yukon shall ensure that at least one-quarter of the delegates invited to attend the annual review of the Yukon Economic Strategy are Yukon Indian People or their representatives.

22.8.0 Financial Institutions

22.8.1
The parties to the Umbrella Final Agreement shall examine the viability of a Yukon First Nation controlled trust company within two years of the enactment of Settlement Legislation.

22.8.2
If the concept of a Yukon First Nation trust company appears viable, Government shall take such measures as may be necessary and as are reasonable to enable Yukon First Nations to establish such an institution.

22.9.0 Implementation

22.9.1
A full and complete review of the effectiveness of the provisions of this chapter shall be carried out in the year 2010 by Government and the Yukon First Nations. If, after the review, the parties to the Umbrella Final Agreement agree that the objectives of this chapter have been met, the obligations of Government under this chapter shall cease commencing January 1, 2011. So long as these obligations remain in effect, a like review shall be carried out every five years thereafter.

SCHEDULE A
ECONOMIC MEASURES
PART I - SPECIFIC ECONOMIC MEASURES

1.0 Government Employment

1.1
Government shall develop and implement a plan which will include measures designed to attain the goals of:

1.1.1
a representative public service located in the Yukon, taking into account the aboriginal/non-aboriginal and gender make-up of the population of the Yukon; and

1.1.2
a representative public service located within the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation Traditional Territory that reflects the aboriginal/nonaboriginal make-up of the population of the Yukon.

1.2
Government shall Consult with the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation in developing the plan.

1.3
The plan shall be prepared within two years of the Effective Date of this Agreement.

1.4
Government may consolidate the plan, after Consultation with the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation, with any other similar plan required by another Yukon First Nation Final Agreement, provided that the consolidation does not adversely affect the benefits of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation set out in the plan.

1.5
The plan shall provide for periodic review.

1.6
The plan shall address:

1.6.1
training;

1.6.2
public information;

1.6.3
counselling;

1.6.4
work place support;

1.6.5
targeted recruiting;

1.6.6
the designation of positions to be held by aboriginal people;

1.6.7
preferences in hiring;

1.6.8
measures to manage the effect of the Government plan on the ability of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation to recruit and retain qualified employees; and

1.6.9
such other measures as may reasonably contribute to achieving the goal of a representative public service.

1.7
Government shall review job descriptions and other requirements for public service positions to ensure that:

1.7.1
implicit or explicit cultural bias is eliminated in the hiring and promotional process; and

1.7.2
employment requirements are reasonable relative to the work, and free of standards and requirements that unfairly reduce the opportunities for residents of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation Traditional Territory to obtain employment and to receive promotions.

2.0 Project Agreements

2.1
For the purposes of 2.0, "YDAB" and "Project" have the same meaning as in Chapter 12 - Development Assessment.

2.2
Where the Yukon has the jurisdiction to issue a Decision Document for a Project in the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation Traditional Territory which is reviewed by a panel of YDAB, the Yukon Minister may require in the Decision Document that the developer, the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation and the Yukon negotiate a Project agreement.

2.3
Project agreements referred to in 2.2 may include:

2.3.1
employment opportunities for Vuntut Gwitchin;

2.3.2
business opportunities for the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation or for Vuntut Gwitchin, including contracts and the provision of goods and services;

2.3.3
investment opportunities for the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation including equity purchase; and

2.3.4
other measures to mitigate negative socio-economic effects of the Project on Vuntut Gwitchin or the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation.

2.4
The provisions in 2.2 shall expire on January 1, 2016, unless the parties to this Agreement agree to extend the period of the application of 2.2.

3.0 Economic Development Agreements

3.1
Government may enter into economic development agreements with the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation which provide:

3.1.1
technical and financial assistance for economic development purposes to residents of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation Traditional Territory and to organizations, businesses and corporations owned by those residents, Vuntut Gwitchin or the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation;

3.1.2
for the participation of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation in the planning, management, administration and decision making of those programs and services; and

3.1.3
for measures to implement recommendations of the regional economic development plan.

3.2
Economic development agreements referred to in 3.1:

3.2.1
shall describe the purposes for which technical and financial assistance may be used;

3.2.2
may provide for a financial contribution by the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation consistent with the ability of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation to contribute; and

3.2.3
may provide for a financial contribution by Government, for the purpose of the agreement.

3.3
The Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation shall have the right to nominate no less than one third of the members of any joint planning, management, advisory or decision making body established pursuant to an economic development agreement referred to in 3.1.

4.0 Strategic Investments

4.1
In 4.0 the following definitions shall apply.

"Equity Cost" means the cost of a Project, exclusive of debt financing.

"Project" means a non-renewable resource or hydro-electric project in the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation Traditional Territory, construction of which commences after the Effective Date of this Agreement, and which is not an addition to or an improvement of a non-renewable resource or hydroelectric project or infrastructure existing at the Effective Date of this Agreement.

"Proponent" means the Yukon, or the agency or corporation of the Yukon which is a proponent of a Project.

"Proponent's Share" means the share, expressed as a percentage, of the Proponent in a Project.

"Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation's Share" means the share, expressed as a percentage, which the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation proposes to acquire in the Proponent's Share of a Project, pursuant to the exercise of the option described in 4.2.

4.2
The Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation shall have the option to acquire up to 25 percent of the interest of a Proponent in a Project.

4.3
Unless the Proponent and the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation otherwise agree:

4.3.1
the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation shall pay for the acquisition of its interest in a Project by:

4.3.1.1
paying an amount equal to the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation's Share of the Proponent's Share of the Equity Cost of the Project, and

4.3.2.1
assuming liability for a share of the full recourse debt financing for the Project equal to the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation's Share of the Proponent's Share of the liability under such financing and,

4.3.2
the other terms and conditions of the acquisition of its interest in the Project by the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation shall be no less favourable than the terms and conditions applying to all participants in the Project, including the Proponent.

4.4
Subject to 4.5 and 4.6, and after notice has been given under 4.7.2, the Proponent and the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation, at the request of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation, shall negotiate the terms and conditions of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation acquiring its interest in a Project.

4.5
At any time at least 270 days after notice has been given under 4.7.2, the Proponent may provide in writing to the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation an offer setting out all the proposed terms and conditions of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation acquiring its interest pursuant to 4.2 in the Project.

4.6
The offer referred to in 4.5 shall be open for acceptance by the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation for 30 days, and, failing acceptance of the offer, the option described in 4.2 shall lapse, and the Proponent shall have no further obligation to the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation under 4.0 for that Project.

4.7
The Proponent shall, as soon as practicable:

4.7.1
give notice to the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation of completion of all studies of and investigations into the feasibility of a Project and make those studies available to the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation; and

4.7.2
give notice to the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation of receipt of all regulatory approvals required in order to start construction of a Project.

4.8
Nothing in 4.2 shall be construed to prevent the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation from entering into an agreement to acquire an additional interest in a Project.

4.9
Unless otherwise agreed by all the parties owning an interest in a Project, the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation, upon receipt of a bona fide offer to purchase all or a portion of the interest it acquired in the Project pursuant to 4.2, which offer it is ready and willing to accept, shall communicate the terms of the offer to the Proponent, which shall have the first right to purchase that interest or portion at the price and on the terms set out in the offer.

4.10
The Proponent may exercise the first right to purchase set out in 4.9 at any time during 30 days from the date on which it receives notice of the said bona fide offer, by advising the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation in writing of its intention to exercise the right and to complete the purchase of the said interest or portion thereof within the following 100 days.

4.11
Nothing in 4.0 shall be construed to prevent the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation and the Yukon, its agencies and corporations from entering into an agreement whereby the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation acquires an interest in an addition to, or improvement of, a non-renewable resource development or hydro-electric project or infrastructue not existing at the Effective Date of this Agreement.

4.11.1
Unless the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation and the Yukon, its agent or corporation, other wise agree, the terms and conditions upon which the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation acquires an interest in an addition to, or improvement of, a non-renewable resource development of hydro-electric project or infrastrusture not existing at the Effective Date of this Agreement shall be no less favourable than the terms and condiions applying to all parties, including the Proponent, acquiring any interest in that addition to, or improvement of, a nonrenewable resource development of hydro-electric project or infrastructure.

5.0 Meetings

5.1
Meetings required between Government and the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation on management plans for Special Management Areas established in the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation Traditional Territory pursuant to this Agreement, or following the Effective Date of this Agreement, shall be held, to the extent practicable, in the community of Old Crow.

5.2
Meetings required between Government and the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation with regard to land use planning for a planning region which includes any part of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation Traditional Territory shall be held, to the extent practicable, equitably in the communities of the planning region.

5.3
The regional planning commission shall be the body responsible for deciding in which communities the meetings referred to in 5.2 shall be held.

6.0 Regional Economic Development Plan

6.1
No later than one year after the Effective Date of this Agreement, Government and the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation shall jointly undertake the preparation of a regional economic development plan for the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation Traditional Territory.

6.2
The regional economic development plan shall:

6.2.1
examine the state of the economy in the Traditional Territory;

6.2.2
recommend appropriate types of economic development activities which are consistent with the principles of Sustainable Development;

6.2.3
recommend priorities for economic development in the Traditional Territory;

6.2.4
recommend measures to integrate the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation economic development opportunities plan required pursuant to 22.3.1 with the regional economic development plan for the Traditional Territory;

6.2.5
recommend measures to integrate the regional economic development plan with the overall Yukon economy strategy;

6.2.6
recommend actions which Government and the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation should take to implement the regional economic development plan;

6.2.7
provide for periodic review and evaluation of the regional economic development plan; and

6.2.8
recommend a process of amendment for the plan.

6.3
Nothing in 6.1 and 6.2 shall be construed to impose on Government or the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation an obligation to implement the recommendations of the regional economic development plan.

6.4
Nothing in the regional economic development plan shall be construed to:

6.4.1
prevent the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation from accessing or making use of economic development programs of general application available to a Yukon resident or a Canadian citizen; or

6.4.2
restrict access by Vuntut Gwitchin to any other employment or training position available outside the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation's Traditional Territory.

7.0 Boards

7.1
The Boards referred to in 2.12.1 and the Designated Office defined in 12.2.0 shall consider the inclusion of criteria for special aboriginal or local knowledge when establishing specifications for contract opportunities and job descriptions for any employment activities which a Board or a Designated Office may have.

7.2
Nothing in 7.1 shall be construed to mean that a criterion for Vuntut Gwitchin employment shall be the determining criterion in awarding any contract.

8.0 Genera

l

8.1
Measures identified in this schedule shall take into consideration Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation fiscal responsibility and economic objectives.

SCHEDULE A
ECONOMIC MEASURES
PART II - ALLOCATION OF LICENCES, PERMITS, OR GRANTS

1.0 Commercial Freshwater Fish

1.1
The Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation shall have the right of first refusal to acquire new commercial freshwater fishing permits or licences in the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation Traditional Territory until Vuntut Gwitchin Firms and the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation together have been allocated 25 percent of commercial freshwater fish quota in the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation Traditional Territory.

2.0 Commercial Wilderness Adventure Travel

2.1
If Government establishes a quota for a sector of the commercial wilderness adventure travel industry in the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation Traditional Territory, the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation shall have a right of first refusal to acquire new licences or permits as follows:

2.1.1
in the first year that Government establishes a quota, Government shall offer to the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation in its Traditional Territory:

2.1.1.1
the number of permits or licences equal to 25 percent of the quota established by Government, less the number of permits or licences which are required to allow existing operations which are held by a Vuntut Gwitchin Firm to operate at their then existing level, or

2.1.1.2
the number of permits or licences which remains after the then existing operators in the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation Traditional Territory have received the permits or licences which are required to allow them to operate at their then existing level,

whichever is less; and

2.1.2
in the second year, and each year thereafter, Government shall offer to the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation any new licences or permits issued by Government from time to time until the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation and Vuntut Gwitchin Firms together have been allocated 25 percent of the quota in effect from time to time.

3.0 Commercial Freshwater Sports Fishing

3.1
If Government establishes a quota for the commercial freshwater sports fishing industry in the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation Traditional Territory, the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation shall have a right of first refusal to acquire new licences or permits as follows:

3.1.1
in the first year that Government establishes a quota, Government shall offer to the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation,

3.1.1.1
the number of permits or licences equal to 25 percent of the number of the quota established by Government, less the number of permits or licences which are required to allow existing operations which are held by Vuntut Gwitchin Firms to operate at their then existing level, or

3.1.1.2
the number of permits or licences which remains after the then existing operators in the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation Traditional Territory have received the licences or permits which are required to allow them to operate at their then existing level,

whichever is less; and

3.1.2
in the second year, and in each year thereafter, Government shall offer to the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation any new licences or permits issued by Government from time to time until the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation and Vuntut Gwitchin Firms together have been allocated 25 percent of the quota in effect from time to time.

4.0 Outfitting Concessions

4.1
The Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation shall have the exclusive opportunity to any new big game outfitting concession within its Traditional Territory.

5.0 Conditions

5.1
Government shall Consult with the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation in deciding whether a limit, and if so, what limit, should be placed on the number of permits or licences, and on terms and conditions, if any, that should apply to those permits or licences for a sector of the commercial wilderness adventure travel industry or for commercial freshwater sports fishing in the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation's Traditional Territory.

5.2
The Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation may enter into joint ventures or other arrangements with other Persons to use a permit or licence allocated to the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation pursuant to 1.0, 2.0 or 3.0.

5.3
The Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation shall apply to Government for such licences or permits offered under 1.0, 2.0 or 3.0 within one year of the offer of a licence or permit under 1.0, 2.0, or 3.0, failing which the right of first refusal for that licence or permit shall lapse.

5.3.1
A licence or permit in respect of which a right of first refusal has lapsed under 5.3 shall not be considered a licence or permit offered to the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation under 1.0, 2.0 or 3.0.

5.4
When the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation applies for a licence or permit pursuant to 5.3 and satisfies the requirements which otherwise apply to obtaining that licence or permit, Government shall allocate the licence or permit to the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation.

5.5
In allocating the permits and licences referred to in 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0 which are remaining after those specifically allocated to the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation, Government shall take into account the special circumstances of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation in its Traditional Territory.

5.6
A renewal or assignment of a licence or permit shall not be considered a new licence or permit for the purpose of the calculation of the licences or permits required to be offered under 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0.

5.7
Nothing in 1.0, 2.0, or 3.0 shall be construed to obligate Government to replace any licence or permit obtained by the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation under these provisions which licence or permit the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation has sold or assigned.

5.8
Nothing in 1.0, 2.0, or 3.0 shall be construed to prevent the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation or a Vuntut Gwitchin from acquiring additional permits or licences through the normal regulatory process.

5.9
The right of first refusal pursuant to 1.0, 2.0, 3.0 shall expire on January 1, 2016, unless the parties to this Agreement agree to extend the period of the application of that provision.

 




Chapter 23 - Resource Royalty Sharing

23.1.0 Definitions

In this chapter, the following definitions shall apply.

"Crown Royalty" means any amount received by the Yukon, paid in money or in kind, in respect of a Resource produced by a Person from land where Government owns the Resource, but does not include any payment made for a service, for the creation of special purposes funds, for the issuance of a right or interest or for the granting of an approval or authorization, any payment required regardless of the ownership of the Resource, or any payment for incentives, less:

(a) the reasonable costs incurred by the Yukon for the collection of the Crown Royalty; and

(b) any deductions made by Canada from federal financial contributions to the Yukon by reason of the Yukon receiving revenues from a Resource.

"Resource" means Mines and Minerals, other than Specified Substances, found in, on or under the Yukon Territory.

"Yukon First Nation Royalty" means any sum which would be payable to the Yukon in respect of the production of a Resource on Category A Settlement Land as if that land were owned by Government, regardless of whether a Yukon First Nation actually receives a greater or lesser royalty when granting interests in a Resource on Category A Settlement Land, less the reasonable costs incurred by the Yukon First Nation for the collection of its royalty.

"Yukon Territory" means the Yukon Territory as defined in the Yukon Act, R.S.C. 1985, c. Y-2 as at December 15, 1988, notwithstanding any subsequent amendment to that Act.

 23.2.0 Crown Royalty Sharing

23.2.1
In the event that Canada transfers to the Yukon the authority to receive or to levy and collect royalties in respect of the production of a Resource, the following arrangements shall apply:

23.2.1.1
the Yukon shall, subject to 23.2.2, pay to the Yukon First Nations, annually, an amount equal to,

(a) 50 percent of the first two million dollars of any amount by which the Crown Royalty exceeds the Yukon First Nation Royalty, in respect of that year, and

(b) 10 percent of any additional amount by which the Crown Royalty exceeds the Yukon First Nation Royalty in respect of that year.

23.2.2
Subject to 23.2.5, the amount due to Yukon First Nations pursuant to 23.2.1 in any year shall not exceed the amount which, if distributed equally among all Yukon Indian People, would result in an average per capita income for Yukon Indian People equal to the Canadian average per capita income.

23.2.3
The Yukon shall Consult with a Yukon First Nation before granting a fee simple interest within that Yukon First Nation's Traditional Territory in any Resource.

23.2.4
The amounts due pursuant to 23.2.1 shall be prorated among Yukon First Nations on the same basis as Schedule A - Apportionment of the 1989 Aggregate Value, attached to Chapter 19 - Financial Compensation.

23.2.5
The amounts referred to in 23.2.4 shall, in each year, be payable only to those Yukon First Nations who have entered into a Yukon First Nation Final Agreement during or prior to that year. The amounts allocated to Yukon First Nations which have not entered into Yukon First Nation Final Agreements shall not be payable and shall remain vested in the Yukon.

23.2.6
In the event that, following payment, there is determined to have been an overpayment or underpayment to a Yukon First Nation in any year, such variance may be adjusted for in the payment in the following year.

23.2.7
While the parties to the Umbrella Final Agreement acknowledge that nothing in the Umbrella Final Agreement constitutes any commitment to shared management of the Resources between Government and Yukon First Nations, the Yukon shall Consult with Yukon First Nations before making changes to the fiscal regime which would change the Crown Royalty regime.

23.2.8
Any payments made by the Yukon to Yukon First Nations pursuant to 23.2.1 shall not be reimbursed to the Yukon, in whole or in part, by Canada.

23.3.0 Interim Provisions

23.3.1
The parties to the Umbrella Final Agreement recognize that Canada and the Yukon are negotiating agreements with respect to the transfer of administration and management of Resources.

23.3.2
The Council for Yukon Indians may participate with the Yukon in the development of the Yukon's negotiating positions for negotiations pursuant to 23.3.1.

23.3.3
It is acknowledged the Yukon will represent the interests of all Yukon residents in negotiations pursuant to 23.3.1.

23.3.4
Any agreement as a result of negotiations pursuant to 23.3.1 shall be consistent with this chapter.

 




Chapter 24 - Yukon Indian Self-Government

24.1.0 General

24.1.1
Government shall enter into negotiations with each Yukon First Nation which so requests with a view to concluding self-government agreements appropriate to the circumstances of the affected Yukon First Nation.

24.1.2
Subject to negotiation of an agreement pursuant to 24.1.1 and in conformity with the Constitution of Canada, the powers of a Yukon First Nation may include the powers to:

24.1.2.1
enact laws and regulations of a local nature for the good government of its Settlement Land and the inhabitants of such land, and for the general welfare and development of the Yukon First Nation;

24.1.2.2
develop and administer programs in areas of Yukon First Nation responsibility;

24.1.2.3
appoint representatives to boards, councils, commissions and committees as provided for in the Settlement Agreements;

24.1.2.4
allocate, administer and manage Settlement Land;

24.1.2.5
contract with Persons or governments;

24.1.2.6
form corporations and other legal entities;

24.1.2.7
borrow money; and

24.1.2.8
levy and collect fees for the use or occupation of Settlement Land including property taxes.

24.1.3
Self-government agreements shall not affect:

24.1.3.1
the rights of Yukon Indian People as Canadian citizens; and

24.1.3.2
unless otherwise provided pursuant to a self-government agreement or legislation enacted thereunder, their entitlement to all of the services, benefits and protections of other citizens applicable from time to time.

24.2.0 Subjects for Negotiation

24.2.1
Negotiations respecting a self-government agreement for a Yukon First Nation may include the following subjects:

24.2.1.1
the Yukon First Nation constitution;

24.2.1.2
the Yukon First Nation's community infrastructure, public works, government services and Local Government Services;

24.2.1.3
community development and social programs;

24.2.1.4
education and training;

24.2.1.5
communications;

24.2.1.6
culture and aboriginal languages;

24.2.1.7
spiritual beliefs and practices;

24.2.1.8
health services;

24.2.1.9
personnel administration;

24.2.1.10
civil and family matters;

24.2.1.11
subject to federal tax Law, the raising of revenue for local purposes including direct taxation;

24.2.1.12
economic development;

24.2.1.13
the administration of justice and the maintenance of law and order;

24.2.1.14
relations with Canada, the Yukon and local governments;

24.2.1.15
financial transfer arrangements;

24.2.1.16
an implementation plan; and

24.2.1.17
all matters ancillary to the foregoing, or as may be otherwise agreed.

24.3.0 Devolution

24.3.1
Government and a Yukon First Nation may negotiate the devolution of programs and services associated with the responsibilities of the Yukon First Nation as agreed in negotiations over matters enumerated in 24.2.1.

24.3.2
For greater certainty, pursuant to 24.2.1, Government and the Yukon First Nation may negotiate the devolution of programs and services dealing with the following:

24.3.2.1
Yukon First Nation authority for the design, delivery and management of Indian language and cultural curriculum;

24.3.2.2
Yukon First Nation authority for the design, delivery and administration of tribal justice; and

24.3.2.3
the division and sharing of Yukon First Nation and Government responsibility for the design, delivery and administration of programs relating to,

Education

(a) Indian student counselling,

(b) cross cultural teacher/administrator orientation,

(c) composition of teaching staff,

(d) early childhood, special, and adult education curriculum,

(e) kindergarten through grade 12 curriculum,

(f) the evaluation of teachers, administrators and other employees,

Health and Social Services

(g) family and child welfare, including custom adoption,

(h) substance abuse programs,

(i) juvenile offender programs,

(j) child development programs,

(k) programs for the mentally, physically, emotionally or socially disabled,

(l) other health and social services that the parties may agree to from time to time,

Justice

(m) policing and enforcement of law,

(n) corrections,

(o) probation services,

(p) community conflict resolution,

Employment Opportunities

(q) increased employment opportunities for Yukon Indian People; and

24.3.2.4
such other programs and services as the parties may agree.

24.4.0 Participation

24.4.1
The parties to the Umbrella Final Agreement may negotiate guaranteed representation for Yukon First Nations on government commissions, councils, boards and committees in the Yukon established to deal with the following matters:

24.4.1.1
education;

24.4.1.2
health and social services;

24.4.1.3
justice and law enforcement; and

24.4.1.4
other matters as may be agreed.

24.5.0 Yukon First Nation Constitutions

24.5.1
Negotiations regarding a Yukon First Nation constitution may include the following:

24.5.1.1
composition, structure and powers of the Yukon First Nation government institutions;

24.5.1.2
membership;

24.5.1.3
election procedures;

24.5.1.4
meeting procedures;

24.5.1.5
financial management procedures;

24.5.1.6
composition and powers of all committees;

24.5.1.7
the rights of individual members of a Yukon First Nation with respect to the powers of the Yukon First Nation government institutions;

24.5.1.8
amending procedures;

24.5.1.9
internal management of the Yukon First Nation, including regional or district management structures; and

24.5.1.10
use, occupation and disposition of the Yukon First Nation's Settlement Land and resources.

24.6.0 Financial Transfer Arrangements

24.6.1
The intent of any financial transfer arrangement negotiated in accordance with 24.2.1.15 shall be to:

24.6.1.1
specify a method for determining levels of Government financial transfers to the Yukon First Nation in question;

24.6.1.2
specify obligations of all parties, including minimum program delivery standards for programs to be delivered by the Yukon First Nation; and

24.6.1.3
specify accountability requirements with respect to transferred funds.

24.6.2
Such financial transfer arrangements shall address requirements for contributions from the Government towards the funding of Yukon First Nation institutions and programs.

24.6.3
Financial transfer arrangements may provide for the transfer of funds through a block-funding mechanism.

24.6.4
Financial transfer arrangements may be re-negotiable every five years.

24.7.0 Regional or District Structures

24.7.1
A Yukon First Nation, Canada, the Yukon and Yukon municipalities, may develop common administrative or planning structures within a community, region or district of the Yukon and these structures shall:

24.7.1.1
remain under the control of all Yukon residents within that district; and

24.7.1.2
include direct representation by the affected Yukon First Nations within that district.

24.8.0
Status of Yukon First Nations under the Income Tax Act

24.8.1
Agreements negotiated pursuant to 24.1.1 shall include provisions respecting the status of a Yukon First Nation as a municipality or public body performing the functions of government or a municipal corporation under the Income Tax Act, S.C. 1970-71-72, c. 63.

24.8.2
Unless the parties otherwise agree, an entity described in 24.8.1 shall be restricted by its enabling authority to the provision of government or other public services and, in particular, it shall not engage in commercial activities nor control any entity that carries on a commercial activity or is engaged in making investments.

24.9.0 Legislation

24.9.1
The parties to the Umbrella Final Agreement shall negotiate guidelines for drafting Legislation to bring into effect agreements negotiated pursuant to 24.1.1.

24.9.2
Subject to 24.9.1, the Yukon shall recommend to its Legislative Assembly, Legislation separate from the Settlement Legislation to bring into effect those agreements negotiated pursuant to 24.1.1 for which the Yukon has legislative authority.

24.9.3
Subject to 24.9.1, Canada shall recommend to Parliament Legislation separate from the Settlement Legislation to bring into effect those agreements negotiated pursuant to 24.1.1 for which Canada has legislative authority.

24.10.0 Amendment

24.10.1
Government shall consult with affected Yukon First Nations before recommending to Parliament or the Yukon Legislative Assembly, as the case may be, Legislation to amend or repeal Legislation enacted to give effect to those agreements negotiated pursuant to 24.1.1.

24.10.2
The manner of consultation in 24.10.1 shall be set out in each self-government agreement.

24.10.3
Yukon First Nations constitutions may be amended only by internal amending formulae or by amendment to the self-government Legislation.

24.11.0 Process

24.11.1
Prior to commencing substantive negotiations on self-government agreements, the parties to such negotiations shall agree on:

24.11.1.1
the order in which the matters to be negotiated are to be addressed;

24.11.1.2
the time frame within which negotiations will take place, which shall be concurrent with time frames established for the negotiation of Yukon First Nation Final Agreements; and

24.11.1.3
such other matters as may be necessary or desirable to ensure that negotiations proceed in a logical and efficient manner.

24.11.2
Funding for negotiations shall be according to federal policy for self-government negotiations.

24.12.0 Protection

24.12.1
Agreements entered into pursuant to this chapter and any Legislation enacted to implement such agreements shall not be construed to be treaty rights within the meaning of section 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982.

24.12.2
Nothing in this chapter or in the Settlement Agreements shall preclude Yukon First Nations, if agreed to by the Yukon First Nations and Canada, from acquiring constitutional protection for self-government as provided in future constitutional amendments

24.12.3
Any amendments to this chapter related to the constitutional protection for self-government in whole or in part shall be by agreement of Canada and the Yukon First Nations.

24.12.4
Nothing in 24.12.1, 24.12.2 or 24.12.3 shall be construed to affect the interpretation of aboriginal rights within the meaning of sections 25 or 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982.

 




Chapter 25 - Transboundary Agreements

25.1.0 General

25.1.1
Government, the Council for Yukon Indians and the affected Yukon First Nations shall cooperate in negotiating Transboundary Agreements.

25.1.2
Government, the Council for Yukon Indians and the affected Yukon First Nations shall endeavour to secure the cooperation of the Government of British Columbia, the Government of the Northwest Territories and transboundary aboriginal groups in negotiating Transboundary Agreements.

25.2.0 Transboundary Negotiations

25.2.1
Government, the Council for Yukon Indians and Yukon First Nations whose Traditional Territories are affected by a transboundary aboriginal claim shall work together in respect of each transboundary aboriginal claim to negotiate a Transboundary Agreement.

25.2.2
Government, the Council for Yukon Indians and the affected Yukon First Nations shall make best efforts to settle the transboundary aboriginal claims of Yukon Indian People in the Northwest Territories and British Columbia based upon reciprocity for traditional use and occupancy.

25.2.3
Canada shall make adequate resources available for Yukon First Nations to negotiate Transboundary Agreements in accordance with federal comprehensive claims funding policies.

25.2.4
The negotiations shall be based on traditional use and occupancy.

25.3.0 Internal Relations

25.3.1
Nothing in this chapter shall preclude a Yukon First Nation and a transboundary claimant group who are parties to a Transboundary Agreement from making agreements in respect of the sharing of their lands, resources and benefits or from developing their own forms of internal relations.

25.3.2
Transboundary claimant participation in land and resources management in the Yukon shall be provided for in Transboundary Agreements.

25.4.0 Amendment

25.4.1
Except where expressly provided otherwise in a Transboundary Agreement, that Transboundary Agreement may only be amended with the consent of all parties to that Transboundary Agreement.

25.5.0 Yukon First Nation Final Agreements and Transboundary Agreements Conflicts

25.5.1
For the purposes of 25.5.0, "Subsequent Transboundary Agreement" means:

25.5.1.1
a Transboundary Agreement entered into after the ratification of the Umbrella Final Agreement; and

25.5.1.2
any amendment, after ratification of the Umbrella Final Agreement, to a Transboundary Agreement entered into prior to ratification of the Umbrella Final Agreement.

25.5.2
A Yukon First Nation Final Agreement shall contain provisions which, to the satisfaction of the parties to that Yukon First Nation Final Agreement:

25.5.2.1
resolve any inconsistencies or conflicts between that Yukon First Nation Final Agreement and any Subsequent Transboundary Agreement then in effect which has application in the Traditional Territory of the Yukon First Nation; and

25.5.2.2
allow for the resolution of any inconsistencies or conflicts between that Yukon First Nation Final Agreement and a Subsequent Transboundary Agreement not then in effect but which, when in effect, might have application in the Traditional Territory of the Yukon First Nation.

25.5.3
Canada shall not agree in a Subsequent Transboundary Agreement to provisions:

25.5.3.1
which resolve conflicts or inconsistencies between that Subsequent Transboundary Agreement and a Yukon First Nation Final Agreement; or

25.5.3.2
which allow for the resolution of inconsistencies or conflicts between that Subsequent Transboundary Agreement and any Yukon First Nation Final Agreement not then in effect but which, when in effect, might have application in the same area of the Yukon as the Subsequent Transboundary Agreement,

without the consent of the Yukon First Nation in whose Traditional Territory the Subsequent Transboundary Agreement has, or, when in effect, might have application, and the consent of the Yukon.

25.5.4
The Yukon shall not agree in a Subsequent Transboundary Agreement to provisions:

25.5.4.1
which resolve conflicts or inconsistencies between that Subsequent Transboundary Agreement and a Yukon First Nation Final Agreement; or

25.5.4.2
which allow for the resolution of inconsistencies or conflicts between that Subsequent Transboundary Agreement and any Yukon First Nation Final Agreement not then in effect but which, when in effect, might have application in the same area of the Yukon as the Subsequent Transboundary Agreement,

without the consent of the Yukon First Nation in whose Traditional Territory the Subsequent Transboundary Agreement has, or, when in effect, might have application, and the consent of Canada.

25.5.5
Canada shall not agree to any provision in a Subsequent Transboundary Agreement which primarily affects a matter within the jurisdiction of the Yukon without the consent of the Yukon.

Specific Provision

25.6.0 Gwich'in Transboundary Agreement

25.6.1
In 25.6.0, "this Agreement" means this Agreement at the Effective Date of this Agreement.

25.6.2
Where there is any inconsistency or conflict between a provision of this Agreement and the Gwich'in Transboundary Agreement, with respect to the application of those provisions in any area other than the Primary Use Area, the provisions of this Agreement shall prevail to the extent of the inconsistency or conflict.

25.6.3
Where there is any inconsistency or conflict between a provision of this Agreement and the Gwich'in Transboundary Agreement, with respect to the application of those provisions in the Primary Use Area, the provisions of the Gwich'in Transboundary Agreement shall prevail to the extent of the inconsistency or conflict.

25.7.0 Old Crow/Inuvialuit Reciprocal Harvesting Agreement

25.7.1
The provisions of an agreement between the Vuntut Gwitchin and the Inuvialuit are set out in Schedule A - Old Crow/Inuvialuit Reciprocal Harvesting Agreement, attached to this chapter. For greater certainty, the agreement set out in Schedule A - Old Crow/Inuvialuit Reciprocal Harvesting Agreement, attached to this chapter is included for information only and does not form part of this Agreement.

 

SCHEDULE A
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

signed by:
signed by:

For Old Crow
For Inuvialuit

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

 




Chapter 26 - Dispute Resolution

26.1.0 Objectives

26.1.1
The objectives of this chapter are as follows:

26.1.1.1
to establish a comprehensive dispute resolution process for resolving disputes which arise out of the interpretation, administration or implementation of Settlement Agreements or Settlement Legislation; and

26.1.1.2
to facilitate the out-of-court resolution of disputes under 26.1.1, in a nonadversarial and informal atmosphere.

26.2.0 Definitions

In this chapter, the following definitions shall apply.

"Board" means the Dispute Resolution Board established pursuant to 26.5.1.

"Panel" means the Dispute Resolution Panel appointed pursuant to 26.5.3.

26.3.0 Specific Disputes

26.3.1
A party to a Settlement Agreement may refer any of the following matters to mediation under 26.6.0:

26.3.1.1
any matter which the Umbrella Final Agreement refers to the dispute resolution process;

26.3.1.2
any matter which a Settlement Agreement, a Yukon First Nation selfgovernment agreement or any other agreement between the parties to a Yukon First Nation Final Agreement refers to the dispute resolution process; and

26.3.1.3
any other matter which at any time all parties to a Settlement Agreement agree should be referred to the dispute resolution process whether or not related to a Settlement Agreement.

26.3.2
Each party to a Settlement Agreement has a right to be a party to a dispute described in 26.3.1 arising out of that Settlement Agreement.

26.3.3
Subject to 26.8.0, no party to a Settlement Agreement may apply to any court for relief in respect of any dispute which may be referred to mediation under 26.3.1 except for an application for interim or interlocutory relief where the Board has failed to appoint a mediator under 26.6.2 or an arbitrator under 26.7.2 within 60 days of application by any party to the dispute.

26.3.4
Any Person whose interests, in the opinion of the mediator, will be adversely affected by a dispute referred to mediation under 26.3.1 has a right to participate in the mediation on such terms as the mediator may establish.

26.3.5
A dispute described in 26.3.1 which is not resolved by mediation under 26.6.0 may be referred to arbitration under 26.7.0 by any party to the dispute.

26.4.0 Other Disputes

26.4.1
A party to a Settlement Agreement may refer any of the following matters to mediation under 26.6.0:

26.4.1.1
any matter which the Umbrella Final Agreement refers to mediation under the dispute resolution process;

26.4.1.2
any matter which a Settlement Agreement, a Yukon First Nation selfgovernment agreement or any other agreement between the parties to a Yukon First Nation Final Agreement refers to mediation under the dispute resolution process;

26.4.1.3
any matter which at any time all the parties to a Settlement Agreement agree should be referred to mediation under the dispute resolution process, whether or not related to a Settlement Agreement;

26.4.1.4
any matter which a board listed in 2.12.0 established pursuant to a Settlement Agreement, acting pursuant to its rules and procedures directs to mediation under the dispute resolution process; and

26.4.1.5
any matter arising out of the interpretation administration, or implementation of that Settlement Agreement, with the consent of all the other parties to that Settlement Agreement, whether the dispute is among the parties to the Settlement Agreement or not.

26.4.2
Each party to a Settlement Agreement has a right to be a party to any dispute referred to mediation under 26.6.0.

26.4.3
The parties to a dispute described in 26.4.1 which is not resolved by mediation under 26.6.0 may agree to refer the dispute to arbitration under 26.7.0.

26.4.4
Any Person whose interests, in the opinion of the arbitrator, will be adversely affected by a dispute referred to arbitration under 26.3.5 or 26.4.3 has a right to participate in the arbitration on such terms as the arbitrator may establish.

26.4.5
Subject to 26.8.0, no party to a Settlement Agreement may apply to any court for relief in respect of any dispute which has been referred to arbitration under 26.3.5 or 26.4.3, except for an application for interim or interlocutory relief where the Board has failed to appoint an arbitrator under 26.7.2 within 60 days of an application by any party to the dispute.

26.5.0 Dispute Resolution Board and Panel

26.5.1
A Dispute Resolution Board shall be established comprising three persons appointed jointly by the Council for Yukon Indians and Government in accordance with 26.5.2.

26.5.2
If, upon 30 days notice by a party to the Umbrella Final Agreement of its readiness to establish the Board, the parties to the Umbrella Final Agreement do not jointly agree on the membership of the Board:

26.5.2.1
the Council for Yukon Indians shall appoint one member;

26.5.2.2
Canada and the Yukon shall jointly appoint one member;

26.5.2.3
the members appointed pursuant to 26.5.2.1 and 26.5.2.2 shall select jointly the third member who shall be the chairperson of the Board; and

26.5.2.4
if a chairperson has not been selected pursuant to 26.5.2.3 within 60 days of the appointment of the members pursuant to 26.5.2.1 and 26.5.2.2, the Senior Judge of the Supreme Court of the Yukon, or another Judge designated by the Senior Judge, shall appoint the chairperson upon application by one of the parties to the Umbrella Final Agreement.

26.5.3
The Board may, if, in its opinion, circumstances warrant, appoint persons including its own members to form the Dispute Resolution Panel provided that the total number of persons on the Panel, including members of the Board, does not exceed 15.

26.5.4
The Board appointed under 26.5.1 shall have the following responsibilities:

26.5.4.1
to ensure Panel members have or receive training in mediation and arbitration principles and techniques;

26.5.4.2
to maintain a roster of mediators and a roster of arbitrators from those persons who are appointed members of the Panel;

26.5.4.3
to appoint mediators and arbitrators;

26.5.4.4
to set from time to time the fees to be charged for Panel members' services;

26.5.4.5
to prepare annual budgets for administrative costs of the Board and Panel and to submit such budgets to Government for approval; and

26.5.4.6
after Consultation with the parties to the Umbrella Final Agreement, to establish rules and procedures governing mediation and arbitration.

26.6.0 Mediation

26.6.1
The parties to a dispute referred to mediation shall attempt to choose a mediator within 15 days of the dispute being referred to mediation.

26.6.2
If a dispute cannot be settled informally by the parties and the parties cannot agree on a mediator, the Board shall appoint a mediator from the Panel.

26.6.3
A mediator agreed upon by the parties or appointed by the Board shall promptly meet with the parties to assist them in the resolution of the dispute.

26.6.4
The mediation shall not extend beyond four hours unless the parties to the dispute and the mediator agree.

26.6.5
The mediator, at his own option, may provide a brief non-binding written recommendation to the parties.

26.6.6
The mediator, at the request of the parties to the mediation, shall provide a brief non-binding written recommendation to the parties.

26.6.7
The mediation and any recommendations of the mediator shall be confidential to the parties to the dispute unless the parties otherwise agree.

26.6.8
The costs of the mediator for the first four hours shall be borne by the Board. Thereafter, the costs of the mediator shall be borne equally by the parties to the mediation.

26.6.9
Notwithstanding 26.6.8, the Board shall determine who shall pay the costs of mediation pursuant to 26.4.1.4.

26.7.0 Arbitration

26.7.1
The parties to a dispute referred to arbitration shall attempt to choose an arbitrator within 15 days of the dispute being referred to arbitration. 26.7.2 If the parties do not agree on an arbitrator under 26.7.1, the Board, on application of a party to the dispute, shall appoint an arbitrator from the Panel.

26.7.3
With respect to a dispute referred to arbitration under a Settlement Agreement, the arbitrator shall have the authority to resolve the dispute including the authority:

26.7.3.1
to determine all questions of procedure including the method of giving evidence;

26.7.3.2
to subpoena witnesses and documents;

26.7.3.3
to administer oaths and solemn affirmations to the parties and witnesses;

26.7.3.4
to order a party to cease and desist from activity contrary to the provisions of a Settlement Agreement;

26.7.3.5
to order a party to comply with the terms and conditions of a Settlement Agreement;

26.7.3.6
to make an order determining the monetary value of a loss or injury suffered by a party as a result of contravention of a Settlement Agreement and directing a party to pay all or part of the amount of that monetary value;

26.7.3.7
to declare the rights and obligations of the parties to a dispute;

26.7.3.8
to make an order providing interim relief; and

26.7.3.9
to refer any question of Law to the Supreme Court of the Yukon.

26.7.4
The cost of the arbitration shall be borne equally among the parties to the dispute unless otherwise assigned by the arbitrator.

26.7.5
Subject to 26.8.0, a decision or order of an arbitrator shall be final and binding on the parties to the arbitration.

26.7.6
A party affected by a decision or order of an arbitrator may, after the expiration of 14 days from the date of the release of the decision or order or the date provided in the decision for compliance, whichever is later, file in the Registry of the Supreme Court of the Yukon a copy of the decision and the decision or order shall be entered as if it were a decision or order of the Court, and on being entered shall be deemed, for all purposes except for an appeal from it, to be an order of the Supreme Court of the Yukon and enforceable as such.

26.8.0 Judicial Review

26.8.1
The decision or order of an arbitrator under 26.7.5 is not subject to appeal or to judicial review in any court except on the ground that the arbitrator failed to observe a principle of natural justice or otherwise acted beyond or refused to exercise jurisdiction.

26.8.2
The Supreme Court of the Yukon shall have jurisdiction in respect of an appeal or judicial review pursuant to 26.8.1.

26.9.0 Transitional

26.9.1
Until the Board is appointed, the Arbitration Act, R.S.Y. 1986, c. 7 shall apply to any arbitration under 26.7.0.

 




Chapter 27 - Yukon Fish and Wildlife Enhancement Trust

27.1.0 Definitions

In this chapter, the following definitions shall apply.

"Adjusted Contribution" means the greater of the amount calculated in (a) or (b), multiplied by the value of the Final Domestic Demand Implicit Price Index for the latest quarter prior to the effective date of Settlement Legislation and divided by the value of the Final Domestic Demand Implicit Price Index for the second quarter of 1990:

(a) $1,050,400 x 1.03,

(b) $1,050,400 multiplied by the value of the Final Domestic Demand Implicit Price Index for the second quarter of 1990 and divided by the value of the Final Domestic Demand Implicit Price Index for the third quarter of 1989.

"Trust" means the Yukon Fish and Wildlife Enhancement Trust.

27.2.0 Trust

27.2.1
A Yukon Fish and Wildlife Enhancement Trust shall be established by the parties to the Umbrella Final Agreement having the objective set out in 27.4.0.

27.3.0 Trustees

27.3.1
Members of the Fish and Wildlife Management Board shall serve as the trustees.

27.4.0 Trust Objective

27.4.1
The objective of the Trust is to restore, enhance and protect Fish and Wildlife populations and their habitat in the Yukon so as to achieve the objectives of Chapter 16 - Fish and Wildlife.

27.4.2
The trustees may initiate, sponsor, fund, direct and carry out measures designed to achieve the objective in 27.4.1.

27.5.0 Initial Trust Capital

27.5.1
The Yukon, Canada and the Yukon First Nations shall make contributions to the Trust as follows:

27.5.1.1
the contributions to the Trust by Canada shall consist of four equal annual payments, the sum of which shall equal the Adjusted Contribution;

27.5.1.2
the contribution to the Trust by the Yukon shall consist of four equal annual payments, the sum of which shall equal the Adjusted Contribution; and

27.5.1.3
the contribution to the Trust by the Yukon First Nations shall be,

(a) for the first annual payment, 10 percent of the Adjusted Contribution,

(b) for the second annual payment, 20 percent of the Adjusted Contribution, and

(c) for each of the third and the fourth annual payments, 35 percent of the Adjusted Contribution.

27.5.2
Canada, the Yukon and the Yukon First Nations shall make their first payments as soon as practicable after the effective date of Settlement Legislation.

27.5.3
Canada, the Yukon and the Yukon First Nations shall make the subsequent annual payments on the anniversary date of the effective date of Settlement Legislation.

27.6.0 General

27.6.1
The Trust capital may be increased by gifts, donations, grants and other sources of funds.

27.6.2
No federal, territorial or municipal tax shall be paid by the Trust in respect of the payments received by the Trust under 27.5.0.

27.6.3

Subject to the terms of the agreement referred to in 27.6.7, no federal, territorial or municipal tax shall be paid by the Trust in respect of any income earned by the Trust.

27.6.4
Except for the reasonable costs of administering the Trust, all expenditures from the Trust shall be solely directed to the objectives of the Trust, and no monies for any other purpose shall be expended from the Trust capital.

27.6.5
Subject to the terms of the agreement referred to in 27.6.7, the Trust shall be deemed to be a charitable organization for purposes of granting receipts to Persons making gifts to the Trust.

27.6.6
Expenditures from the Trust are not intended to duplicate or replace Government expenditures on Fish or Wildlife management.

27.6.7
Prior to the effective date of Settlement Legislation, the parties to the Umbrella Final Agreement shall enter into an agreement to give effect to the Trust.

 




Chapter 28 - Implementation and Training for Settlement Implementation

28.1.0 Objectives

28.1.1
The objectives of this chapter are as follows:

28.1.1.1
to establish a process and fund for the implementation of Settlement Agreements;

28.1.1.2
to promote the participation of Yukon Indian People in the implementation of Settlement Agreements;

28.1.1.3
to establish timely and effective implementation of the Settlement Agreements to ensure that Yukon First Nations benefit from Settlement Legislation and Yukon First Nation Final Agreements;

28.1.1.4
to assist Yukon Indian People to take full advantage of the Settlement Agreements to strengthen their communities;

28.1.1.5
to establish implementation plans that foster the socio-economic development and prosperity of Yukon Indian People;

28.1.1.6
to ensure that Yukon Indian People receive training in order to participate effectively in opportunities arising from and associated with the implementation of Settlement Agreements; and

28.1.1.7
to provide a trust fund for training which may be directed towards meeting training priorities identified by Yukon First Nations and established in the training plan.

28.2.0 Implementation Planning Fund

28.2.1
Canada shall pay to the Council for Yukon Indians, as soon as practicable after the effective date of Settlement Legislation, $0.5 Million (1990 dollars) to pay for the costs of Yukon First Nations in the development of implementation plans.

28.2.2
The indexation of the Implementation Planning Fund value from 1990 to the effective date of Settlement Legislation shall be based on the appropriate Treasury Board policy governing spending commitments.

28.3.0 Implementation Plans

28.3.1
There shall be an implementation plan developed for the Umbrella Final Agreement by the parties to the Umbrella Final Agreement and an implementation plan for each Yukon First Nation Final Agreement developed by Government and that Yukon First Nation.

28.3.2
The Umbrella Final Agreement implementation plan and Yukon First Nation Final Agreement implementation plans shall identify:

28.3.2.1
the specific activities and projects required to implement the Settlement Agreements;

28.3.2.2
the economic opportunities for Yukon Indian People resulting from the Settlement Agreements;

28.3.2.3
the responsibility for specific activities and projects, the time frames, the costs and which party or parties will bear the costs;

28.3.2.4
an information strategy to enhance community and general public awareness of the Settlement Agreements and the implementation plans;

28.3.2.5
a process to monitor and evaluate implementation and to amend implementation plans; and

28.3.2.6
means by which the implementation of Yukon First Nation Final Agreements and the implementation of Yukon First Nation selfgovernment agreements shall be coordinated.

28.3.3
The Umbrella Final Agreement implementation plan shall identify:

28.3.3.1
measures for dealing with the implementation interests of each Yukon First Nation which has yet to conclude negotiation of its Yukon First Nation Final Agreement;

28.3.3.2
implementation tasks that are common to all Yukon First Nation Final Agreements;

28.3.3.3
Legislation required to give effect to Settlement Agreements;

28.3.3.4
the impact of Settlement Agreements on all new or existing Government regulatory regimes;

28.3.3.5
Government programs which should be modified to assist in the implementation of the Settlement Agreements; and

28.3.3.6
resources and means, within the budgets existing from time to time, relating to effective, efficient and environmentally sound Salmon enhancement in the Yukon.

28.3.4
All implementation plans shall be governed by principles of accountability and economy.

28.3.5
The parties negotiating an implementation plan shall consider including in the implementation plan funding which allows each board listed in 2.12.1 to provide its members with:

28.3.5.1
cross-cultural orientation and education;

28.3.5.2
other training directed to improving members' ability to carry out their responsibilities; and

28.3.5.3
facilities to allow board members to carry out their responsibilities in their traditional languages.

28.3.6
Notwithstanding 28.9.1, any funding included in an implementation plan pursuant to 28.3.5 shall be a charge on Government.

28.3.7
The parties negotiating an implementation plan shall consider including in the implementation plan provisions for jointly informing members of each board listed in 2.12.1 of the purposes of that board.

Umbrella Final Agreement Implementation Plan

28.3.8
The parties to the Umbrella Final Agreement implementation plan shall be Canada, the Yukon and the Council for Yukon Indians acting on its own behalf and on behalf of the Yukon First Nations.

28.3.9
The negotiators of the Umbrella Final Agreement implementation plan shall initial an agreement in principle for the implementation plan prior to ratification of the Umbrella Final Agreement by the Yukon First Nations.

28.3.10
The Umbrella Final Agreement implementation plan shall be approved by the Council for Yukon Indians before the approval of Government is sought.

28.3.10.1
Approval of the Umbrella Final Agreement implementation plan by Canada shall be sought at the same time as ratification of the Umbrella Final Agreement.

28.3.11
Each Yukon First Nation, upon the ratification of its Yukon First Nation Final Agreement, shall be deemed to have:

28.3.11.1
ratified the Umbrella Final Agreement implementation plan, and all actions taken or to be taken pursuant to that implementation plan by the Council for Yukon Indians on behalf of that Yukon First Nation, including but not limited to any acknowledgements or releases by the Council for Yukon Indians that Government has, or, upon the carrying out of certain tasks set out in the implementation plan, will have satisfied its particular obligations arising from the Umbrella Final Agreement to that Yukon First Nation or the Yukon Indian People enrolled in that Yukon First Nation's Final Agreement; or

28.3.11.2
if the Umbrella Final Agreement implementation plan has not then been completed, delegated authority to enter into the Umbrella Final Agreement implementation plan on its behalf to the Council for Yukon Indians, which may include acknowledgements or releases by the Council for Yukon Indians that Government has, or, upon the carrying out of certain tasks set-out in the implementation plan, will have satisfied its particular obligations arising from the Umbrella Final Agreement to that Yukon First Nation or the Yukon Indian People enrolled in that Yukon First Nation's Final Agreement; and

28.3.11.3
delegated to the Council for Yukon Indians the authority to provide subsequent acknowledgements or releases to Government in respect of obligations of Government arising from the Umbrella Final Agreement implementation plan to the Yukon First Nation and the Yukon Indian People enrolled in that Yukon First Nation's Final Agreement.

Yukon First Nation Final Agreement Implementation Plan

28.3.12
The parties to a Yukon First Nation Final Agreement implementation plan shall be the Yukon First Nation, Canada and the Yukon.

28.3.13
Each Yukon First Nation, upon ratification of its Yukon First Nation Final Agreement, shall be deemed to have:

28.3.13.1
ratified its Yukon First Nation Final Agreement implementation plan, or if its Yukon First Nation Final Agreement implementation plan has not then been completed, delegated authority to enter into its Yukon First Nation Final Agreement implementation plan to a Yukon First Nation entity named in its Yukon First Nation Final Agreement; and

28.3.13.2
delegated to a Yukon First Nation entity named in the Yukon First Nation Final Agreement the authority to provide acknowledgements or releases to Government in respect of the obligations of Government to the Yukon First Nation and the Yukon Indian People enrolled in that Yukon First Nation's Final Agreement arising from the Yukon First Nation Final Agreement.

Specific Provision

28.3.13.3
The Chief and Council is the Yukon First Nation entity referred to in 28.3.13.1 and 28.3.13.2.

28.4.0 Implementation Planning Working Groups

28.4.1
Implementation plans shall be prepared by Implementation Planning Working Groups.

28.4.2
For the Umbrella Final Agreement implementation plan, there shall be an Implementation Planning Working Group which shall be established no later than June 1, 1990, consisting of one representative appointed by Canada, one representative appointed by the Yukon and two representatives appointed by Yukon First Nations.

28.4.3
For each Yukon First Nation implementation plan, there shall be an Implementation Planning Working Group which shall consist of one representative appointed by Canada, one representative appointed by the Yukon and two representatives of a Yukon First Nation, one of whom may be a Yukon First Nation representative from the Umbrella Final Agreement Implementation Planning Working Group.

28.4.4
The Implementation Planning Working Group members may retain the advice of other persons or technical expertise as required.

28.4.5
If the Implementation Planning Working Group is unable to reach agreement on a particular issue, that issue shall be referred to the parties nominating the representatives of that Implementation Planning Working Group for resolution.

28.4.6
To the extent practicable:

28.4.6.1
the work of the Umbrella Final Agreement Implementation Planning Working Group shall be carried out in the Yukon; and

28.4.6.2
the work of each Implementation Planning Working Group for Yukon First Nation Final Agreements shall be carried out in the community of the affected Yukon First Nation.

28.4.7
Funding for Yukon First Nation administrative support and for participation of Yukon Indian People and Yukon First Nations in Implementation Planning Working Groups for the Umbrella Final Agreement and Yukon First Nation Final Agreements shall be provided by the Implementation Planning Fund.

28.4.8
Implementation plans shall be attached to but not form part of Settlement Agreements and they shall be a contract between the affected parties, except to the extent set out in the plan.

28.4.9
Upon initialling of the Umbrella Final Agreement, Government will investigate its ability to provide funding for the development of implementation plans for the period between initialling of the Umbrella Final Agreement and the establishment of the Implementation Planning Fund.

28.5.0 Yukon First Nation Implementation Fund

28.5.1
The Council for Yukon Indians shall establish a Yukon First Nation Implementation Fund as soon as practicable after the effective date of Settlement Legislation.

28.5.2
The Yukon First Nation Implementation Fund shall be administered either as a charitable trust, a Settlement Corporation or other legal entity.

28.5.3
The objectives of the Yukon First Nation Implementation Fund shall be:

28.5.3.1
to support Yukon First Nations to establish the entities required for a Yukon First Nation to carry out its responsibilities in implementing the Umbrella Final Agreement and a Yukon First Nation Final Agreement; and

28.5.3.2
to support a Yukon First Nation and a Yukon Indian Person to take full advantage of the opportunities, including economic opportunities, arising from the Umbrella Final Agreement and a Yukon First Nation Final Agreement.

28.5.4
As soon as practicable after the effective date of Settlement Legislation, Canada shall provide $4.0 Million (1990 dollars) to the Council for Yukon Indians, as initial capital for the establishment of the Yukon First Nation Implementation Fund.

28.5.5
No federal, territorial or municipal tax shall be paid by the Council for Yukon Indians in respect of the payments received by the Council for Yukon Indians under 28.5.4.

28.5.6
No federal, territorial or municipal tax shall be paid by the Yukon First Nation Implementation Fund in respect of the payments received by the Fund under 28.5.4.

28.5.7
The indexation of the Yukon First Nation Implementation Fund value from 1990 to the effective date of Settlement Legislation shall be based on the appropriate Treasury Board policy governing spending commitments.

28.6.0 Training Trust

28.6.1
A Training Trust (the "Trust") having the objective set out in 28.6.4 shall be established by the parties to the Umbrella Final Agreement.

28.6.2
Prior to the effective date of Settlement Legislation, Canada, the Yukon and the Council for Yukon Indians shall enter into an agreement to give effect to the Trust.

28.6.3
The members of the Training Policy Committee or their designates shall serve as the trustees.

28.6.4
The objective of the Trust shall be to advance the training of Yukon Indian People in accordance with the training plan approved under 28.8.1.

28.6.5
As soon as practicable after the effective date of Settlement Legislation, Government shall contribute $6.5 Million (1988 dollars) to the Trust as follows:

28.6.5.1
the Yukon $3.25 Million; and

28.6.5.2
Canada $3.25 Million.

28.6.6
The indexation of the Trust value from November 1, 1988 to the effective date of Settlement Legislation shall be based on the appropriate Treasury Board policy governing spending commitments.

28.6.7
Except for reasonable costs associated with the administration of the Trust, all expenditures from the Trust shall be directed toward training of Yukon Indian People in accordance with the training plan approved under 28.8.1.

28.6.8
No federal, territorial or municipal tax shall be paid by the Trust in respect of the payments received by the Trust under 28.6.5.

28.6.9
Subject to the terms of the agreement referred to in 28.6.2, no federal, territorial or municipal tax shall be paid by the Trust in respect of any income earned by the Trust.

28.6.10
The Trust capital may be increased by a donation, grant and other source of funds.

28.6.11
Subject to the terms of the agreement referred to in 28.6.2, the Trust shall be deemed to be a charitable organization for purposes of granting a receipt to a Person making a gift to the Trust.

28.7.0 Training Policy Committee

28.7.1
The Training Policy Committee ("the Committee") shall be established no later than July 1, 1990, consisting of five representatives, one representative nominated by Canada, one representative nominated by the Yukon, and three representatives nominated by the Council for Yukon Indians.

28.7.2
Government and the Council for Yukon Indians shall approve nominations for appointment to the Committee on or before the date of Government ratification of the Umbrella Final Agreement.

28.7.3
Government shall nominate representatives who are senior officials who have authority to represent Government in education and training matters. 28.7.4 The Committee shall:

28.7.4.1
establish training programs for Yukon Indian People;

28.7.4.2
develop a training plan which addresses matters identified in the implementation plans;

28.7.4.3
develop a work plan to be included in the Umbrella Final Agreement implementation plan;

28.7.4.4
develop guidelines for expenditure of money from the Trust;

28.7.4.5
expend the money in the Trust in accordance with the approved work plan;

28.7.4.6
prepare an annual report to be delivered to the parties to the Umbrella Final Agreement; and

28.7.4.7
establish consultative arrangements between Government and Yukon First Nations to ensure effective and economical integration of existing programs with new programs established by the training plan.

28.8.0 Training for Settlement Implementation

28.8.1
The training plan developed by the Committee shall be submitted to Government and the Council for Yukon Indians for their review and approval prior to the effective date of Settlement Legislation.

28.8.2
The training plan shall identify specific training activities intended to meet the objectives of this chapter.

28.8.3
The training plan shall identify existing Government training programs which are available for training Yukon Indian People and shall, within existing budgets, propose modifications to those programs required to make them more responsive to training requirements identified under 28.8.2.

28.8.4
The training plan, to the extent practicable, shall reflect the training priorities established for implementation by the Implementation Planning Working Groups.

28.8.5
Each party shall pay its own expenses for participation in the Committee.

28.9.0 General

28.9.1
Except as provided pursuant to 2.12.2.9 and 28.6.5, and except as may be provided pursuant to 28.3.5, Government shall have no obligation pursuant to any Settlement Agreement to fund training for Yukon Indian People.

28.9.2
Nothing in 28.9.1 shall be construed to limit the application of existing or future training programs which may be available for training Yukon Indian People.

28.9.3
Prior to ratification of the Umbrella Final Agreement by Yukon First Nations, Government shall investigate and report to the Council for Yukon Indians on its ability to fund the Training Trust as soon as possible after the date of ratification.

28.9.4
Any contribution made to the Trust pursuant to 28.9.3 shall be deducted from the Government contribution described in 28.6.5.

28.9.5
Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to affect the ability of a Yukon Indian Person to participate in and benefit from Government training programs existing from time to time.

 




Appendix A - Settlement Land Descriptions

1.0 Definitions

In this appendix, the following definitions shall apply.

"Airport Zoning Controls" means land use regulations enacted pursuant to the Aeronautics Act, R.S.C. 1985, c. A-2 and in the absence of regulations, means such restrictions on the use and development of land as are required to meet the standards set out in a publication of the Air Navigation System Directorate, Department of Transport, Canada, titled "Land Use in the Vicinity of Airports" and bearing departmental reference TP1247, as amended from time to time.

"Quarrying Right" means a right of Government to operate a Quarry identified under 18.2.2 or 18.2.5 in accordance with 18.2 and Laws which apply to Crown Land and includes a right of ingress and egress between a Quarry and a highway across Settlement Land and the right to construct, upgrade and maintain any road required therefor, provided that if there is a road between a Quarry and a highway across Settlement Land Government's right of ingress and egress shall be limited to that road.

"Special Condition" means a right-of-way, easement, reservation, exception, restriction or special condition, whether an interest in land or not, which did not exist prior to the Effective Date of this Agreement.

2.0 General

2.1
The parties have made best efforts to list, in the description of each Parcel, all rights-of-way, easements, reservations, exceptions, restrictions, and other interests, whether interests in land or not, which apply to that Parcel as of the Effective Date of this Agreement but the listing is for information only and does not limit the application of 5.4.2 to a Parcel.

2.2
The listing in the description of a Parcel of a right-of-way, easement, reservation, exception, restriction, or other interest, whether an interest in land or not, as an interest existing prior to the Effective Date of this Agreement is not a warranty that the interest is a valid, subsisting interest.

2.3
The maps and Parcel descriptions, including plans and map references where available, required by 5.3.1 and referred to in this appendix, are comprised of:

2.3.1
Territorial Resource Base Maps, the Reference Plan of Old Crow and any inset sketches and other sketches which are set out in Appendix B - Maps, which forms a separate volume of this Agreement; and

2.3.2
the specific descriptions for each Parcel set out in this appendix.

2.4
Unless otherwise provided in this appendix, references to Parcel identifiers, applications, reservations, notations, plans, rights-of-way, easements and reference plans in this appendix are references to Parcel identifiers, applications, reservations, notations, plans, rights-of-way, easements and reference plans recorded in:

2.4.1
the land records of the Northern Affairs Program - Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development;

2.4.2
the land records of the Lands Branch - Department of Community and Transportation Services;

2.4.3
the Land Titles Office; or

2.4.4
the Canada Lands Surveys Records,

as the case may be.

3.0 Interests Referred to in 5.4.2.5

3.1
A Special Condition shall be listed in 3.2 or in the description of a Parcel and the listing of a Special Condition creates that Special Condition.

3.2
Parcels are subject to the following Special Conditions:

3.2.1
unless otherwise provided in this appendix, all routes referred to in 6.3.1.2 include as part of the route a ten metre wide public right-of-way for the purposes stated in 6.3.1;

3.2.2
unless otherwise provided in this appendix, all roads and routes included in a Parcel of Developed Settlement Land are Undeveloped Settlement Land;

3.2.3
unless otherwise provided in this appendix, the boundaries of a right-ofway shall be located one half of the width of the right-of-way on either side of the general centre line of the road or route, and one half of the width of the right-of-way on each side of the proposed centre line of a future road or route;

3.2.4
unless otherwise provided in this appendix, all routes, roads and rights-ofway referred to in this appendix, are for the benefit of the general public and vehicles;

3.2.5
Government, prior to or during the survey of a boundary of a Parcel which is described as a route, road, highway, or right-of-way for a route, road or highway, may, with the consent of the Settlement Land Committee, change the location of that route, road or highway, or right-of-way for a route, road or highway and the boundary of the Parcel shall change accordingly; and

3.2.6
Government, upon ending its use of a haul road used as part of a Quarrying Right, shall, at the request of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation, rehabilitate Settlement Land used as part of that haul road.

Settlement Land Descriptions of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation

R-1A
Category A, being the Parcel shown as R-1A on Territorial Resource Base Maps 116 N/8, 116 N/9, 116 N/15, 116 N/16, 116 O/5, 116 O/12, 116 O/13, 117 A/4, 117 B/1 and 117 B/8, dated April 5, 1993, having as northerly and easterly boundaries the southerly and westerly banks, respectively, of the Old Crow River and as a southerly boundary the northerly bank of the Porcupine River and including the land described in Reservation 116O12-0000-00001,

but for greater certainty, not including:

- the land described in Reservation 116O12-0000-00016;

subject to:

- Reservation 116O12-0000-00028;

subject to the following Special Conditions:

- the Yukon shall have the right to erect and maintain, at a site of its choosing, within the area of Schaeffer Creek of Crow Flats, a plaque or a cairn to identify the area's historical importance;

- Government shall not construct any all-weather road on the Parcel which connects with the community of Old Crow, as defined in 21.2.5.2, within twenty years of the Effective Date of this Agreement, without the consent of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation,

having an area of approximately 2,543.75 square kilometres.

R-2A
Category A, being the Parcel shown as R-2A on Territorial Resource Base Maps 116 I/14, 116 P/3, 116 P/4, 116 P/5 and 116 P/6, dated April 5, 1993, having as a northerly boundary the southerly bank of the Bell River, as an easterly boundary the westerly bank of the Eagle River and as a westerly boundary the easterly bank of the Porcupine River,

having an area of approximately 863.75 square kilometres.

R-3A
Category A, being the Parcel shown as R-3A on Territorial Resource Base Maps 116 O/8, 116 O/9, 116 P/5 and 116 P/12, dated April 5, 1993, having as a southerly boundary the northerly bank of the Porcupine River,

having an area of approximately 321.88 square kilometres.

R-4A
Category A, being the Parcel shown as R-4A on Territorial Resource Base Maps 116 J/7, 116 J/8 and 116 J/9, dated April 5, 1993, having as a northwesterly boundary the southeasterly bank of the Miner River and as an easterly boundary the westerly bank of the Whitestone River,

but for greater certainty, not including:

- the land described in Reservation 116J08-0000-00001,

having an area of approximately 113.12 square kilometres.

R-5A
Category A, being the Parcel shown as R-5A on Territorial Resource Base Maps 116 J/6 and 116 J/11, dated April 5, 1993, having as westerly and northerly boundaries the easterly and southerly banks, respectively, of the Fishing Branch River, subject to the following Special Conditions:

- any reservation established for the Department of Fisheries and Oceans as a result of Application 13521;

- from time to time, upon request by the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation, Government shall review and provide written justification to the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation for the continued requirement for any reservation which results from Application 13521 and if Government determines it no longer requires the reservation, Government shall cancel the reservation;

- the management of the Parcel by the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation shall be consistent with the management principles in 4.2 of Schedule B - Fishing Branch Ecological Reserve attached to Chapter 10 - Special Management Areas;

- Grizzly Bear viewing:

(1) Yukon shall have a right, without payment of any fee to the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation, to authorize Persons to enter and stay in limited camping and viewing areas of the Parcel, without payment of any fee or charge to the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation, for the purposes of viewing grizzly bear during three weeks of the prime fall viewing period, which, unless the parties otherwise agree:

(a) shall be, in the first year following the Effective Date of this Agreement, September 13 to October 3, inclusive;

(b) shall be, in the second year following the Effective Date of this Agreement, October 4 to October 25, inclusive; and

(c) shall alternate between September 13 to October 3 and October 4 to October 25 in each subsequent year;

(2) the Yukon shall negotiate with the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation the terms and conditions of access for Grizzly Bear viewing which shall include public health and safety considerations and the identification of the limited camping and viewing areas and, failing agreement, either party may refer the matter to the Surface Rights Board for resolution, having an area of approximately 143.12 square kilometres.

R-6A
Category A, being the Parcel shown as R-6A on Territorial Resource Base Maps 116 I/2, 116 I/6, 116 I/7 and 116 I/10, dated April 5, 1993, having as a northeasterly boundary the southwesterly bank of the Eagle River and as an easterly boundary the westerly boundary of the right-of-way for the Major Highway known as the Dempster Highway,

but for greater certainty, not including:

- the land described in Application 13571;

- the land described in Reservation 116I02-0000-00001;

- Lot 1001, Quad 116 I/7, Plan 65122 CLSR, 55060 LTO;

- a lot in Quad 116 I/7, not to exceed 2.25 hectares, to be the smallest lot possible to meet the requirements for sewage treatment for buildings on Lot 1001, Quad 116 I/7, Plan 65122 CLSR, 55060 LTO;

- the land described in Reservation 116I02-0000-00008;

not including:

- the land for a bridgehead reserve at Eagle River described on Inset Sketch on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 I/7;

subject to:

- Reservation 116I07-0000-00006;

- Reservation 116I07-0000-00004;

- Reservation 116I07-0000-00007;

subject to the following Special Conditions:

- Airport Zoning Controls shall apply;

- a Quarrying Right shall apply on Reservation 116I07-0000-00007;

- Tuttle Airstrip:

(1) Reservation 116I07-0000-00006 shall be reduced to an area of 1000 metres by 2700 metres;

(2) Reservation 116I07-0000-00006 shall be cancelled 15 years after the Effective Date of this Agreement unless there has been significant development for airport purposes upon the land described in Reservation 116I07-0000-00006;

(3) following completion of the airport development, Government shall, in Consultation with the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation, review the area of Reservation 116I07-0000- 00006 and if Government determines it no longer requires any portion of the reservation, Government shall delete that portion from the reservation;

(4) upon request by the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation during the period when Government is using Reservation 116I07-0000- 00006 for airport purposes, Government shall grant the First Nation the right to use up to five hectares of the reservation, which shall be suitable for hangar purposes, for purposes consistent with the airport upon such terms and conditions as the parties may agree,

having an area of approximately 423.13 square kilometres.

R-7A
Category A, being the Parcel shown as R-7A on Territorial Resource Base Maps 116 I/12, 116 I/13, 116 J/9 and 116 J/16, dated April 5, 1993, having as southerly and easterly boundaries the northerly and westerly banks, respectively, of the Porcupine River,

having an area of approximately 543.11 square kilometres.

R-8A
Category A, being the Parcel shown as R-8A on Territorial Resource Base Maps 116 H/12, 116 H/13 and 116 H/14, dated April 5, 1993, having as a northwesterly boundary the southeasterly boundary of the right-of-way for the Major Highway known as the Dempster Highway and as a southeasterly boundary the northwesterly bank of the Ogilvie River,

but for greater certainty, not including:

- the land described in Reservation 116H13-0000-00001,

having an area of approximately 243.08 square kilometres.

R-9A
Category A, being the Parcel shown as R-9A on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 I/4, dated April 5, 1993, having as a southerly boundary the northerly bank of McParlon Creek and as a westerly boundary the easterly bank of the Whitestone River,

having an area of approximately 11.73 square kilometres.

R-10A
Category A, being the Parcel shown as R-10A on Territorial Resource Base Maps 116 O/10, 116 O/11, 116 O/12, 116 O/13, 116 O/14, 116 O/15, 117 A/3 and 117 A/4, dated April 5, 1993, having as a westerly boundary the easterly bank of the Old Crow River,

but for greater certainty, not including:

- the land described in Reservation 116O12-0000-00016;

subject to the following Special Conditions:

- Government shall not construct any all-weather road on the Parcel which connects with the community of Old Crow, as defined in 21.2.5.2, within twenty years of the Effective Date of this Agreement, without the consent of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation; - the Parcel is to be adjusted pursuant to 15.6.2 by adjustment of the easterly boundary of the Parcel, so that the total surveyed area of Settlement Land of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation is 7751.16 square kilometres,

having an area of approximately 1,856.25 square kilometres.

R-11A
Category A, being the Parcel shown as R-11A on Territorial Resource Base Maps 116 N/8, 116 N/9, 116 O/5, 116 O/6, 116 O/11 and 116 O/12, dated April 5, 1993, having as a northerly boundary the southerly bank of the Porcupine River,

subject to the following Special Condition:

- Government shall not construct any all-weather road on the Parcel which connects with the community of Old Crow, as defined in 21.2.5.2, within twenty years of the Effective Date of this Agreement, without the consent of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation, having an area of approximately 623.75 square kilometres.

R-12A
Category A, being the Parcel shown as R-12A on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 I/13, dated April 5, 1993, having as a westerly boundary the easterly bank of the Porcupine River,

having an area of approximately 31.88 square kilometres.

R-13B
Category B, being the Parcel shown as R-13B on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 J/8, dated April 5, 1993, having as a westerly boundary the easterly boundary of the Whitestone River,

subject to the following Special Conditions:

- there shall be no Public Access for Wildlife Harvesting;

- Government shall withdraw the mines and minerals, within Parcel R-13B from locating, prospecting and mining under the Yukon Quartz Mining Act, R.S.C. 1985, c. Y-4 and the Yukon Placer Mining Act, R.S.C. 1985, c. Y-3, and from exploration and development under the Canada Petroleum Resources Act, R.S.C. 1985 (2nd Supp.), c. 36; - the surveyed boundary of Parcel R-13B shall be contiguous with the surveyed boundary of Parcel S-55A1/D;

- this Parcel is to be adjusted pursuant to 15.6.2 by adjustment of the southerly boundary of this Parcel so that the total surveyed area of Category B Settlement Land and Fee Simple Settlement Land of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation is 7.10 square kilometres,

having an area of approximately 3.54 square kilometres.

R-14B
Category B, being the Parcel shown as R-14B on Territorial Resource Base Maps 116 P/6 and 116 P/7, dated April 5, 1993, having as an easterly boundary the westerly boundary of the Bell River,

subject to the following Special Conditions:

- there shall be no Public Access for Wildlife Harvesting;

- Government shall withdraw the mines and minerals, within Parcel R-14B from locating, prospecting and mining under the Yukon Quartz Mining Act, R.S.C. 1985, c. Y-4 and the Yukon Placer Mining Act, R.S.C. 1985, c. Y-3, and from exploration and development under the Canada Petroleum Resources Act, R.S.C. 1985 (2nd Supp.), c. 36;

- the surveyed boundary of Parcel R-14B shall be contiguous with the surveyed boundary of Parcel S-16A1,

having an area of approximately 3.51 square kilometres.

S-1A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-1A, at the Whitestone River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 J/8, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, to be known as S-1A1,

having an area of approximately 6.00 hectares.

S-2A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-2A/D, at the Fishing Branch River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 J/7, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A - Developed Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a cabin, to be known as S-2A1/D,

having an area of approximately 10.00 hectares.

S-3A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-3A, at a tributary of the Fishing Branch River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 J/11, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, to be known as S-3A1,

subject to the following Special Condition:

- the management of the Parcel by the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation shall be consistent with the management principles in 4.2 of Schedule B - Fishing Branch Ecological Reserve, attached to Chapter 10 - Special Management Areas,

having an area of approximately 10.00 hectares.

S-4A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-4A/D, at the Fishing Branch River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 J/7, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A - Developed Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a cabin, to be known as S-4A1/D,

having an area of approximately 6.00 hectares.

S-5A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-5A/D, at Cody Creek, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 J/9, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A - Developed Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a cabin, to be known as S-5A1/D,

having an area of approximately 10.00 hectares.

S-6A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-6A, at Burnthill Creek, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 J/9, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, to be known as S-6A1,

having an area of approximately 6.00 hectares.

S-7A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-7A, at the Dempster Highway, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 I/3, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, having as a northerly boundary the southerly boundary of the right-of-way for the Major Highway known as the Dempster Highway, to be known as S-7A1,

having an area of approximately 50.00 hectares.

S-8A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-8A/D, at the Eagle River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 I/8, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A - Developed Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a cabin, to be known as S-8A1/D,

having an area of approximately 6.00 hectares.

S-9A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-9A/D, at the Eagle River, on Territorial Resource Base Map number 116 I/7, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A

- Developed Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a cabin and having as a northerly boundary the southerly boundary of the right-of-way for the Major Highway known as the Dempster Highway, to be known as S-9A1/D,

having an area of approximately 25.00 hectares.

S-10A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-10A, at the Eagle River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 I/10, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a cabin, to be known as S- 10A1,

having an area of approximately 6.00 hectares.

S-11A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S- 11A/D, at Ellen Creek, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 I/12, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A - Developed Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a cabin and a burial site if evident, to be known as S-11A1/D,

having an area of approximately 6.00 hectares.

S-12A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S- 12A/D, at the Eagle River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 I/11, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A - Developed Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a cabin, to be known as S-12A1/D,

having an area of approximately 6.00 hectares.

S-13A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S- 13A/D, at the Porcupine River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 I/13, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A - Developed Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a cabin, to be known as S-13A1/D, having an area of approximately 6.00 hectares.

S-14A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S- 14A/D, at the Porcupine River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 I/13, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A - Developed Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a cabin, to be known as S-14A1/D,

having an area of approximately 6.00 hectares.

S-15A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-15A, at the Porcupine River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 0/11, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a fire pit and food cache, to be known as S-15A1,

having an area of approximately 2.00 hectares.

S-16A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-16A, at the Bell River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 P/6, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, to be known as S-16A1,

having an area of approximately 20.00 hectares.

S-17A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-17A, at Useful Lake, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 N/1, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, to be known as S-17A1,

having an area of approximately 6.00 hectares.

S-18A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-18A, at Summit Lake, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 P/9, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, to be known as S-18A1,

having an area of approximately 6.00 hectares.

S-19A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-19A, at Bluefish Lake, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 K/15, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, to be known as S-19A1,

having an area of approximately 6.00 hectares.

S-20A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S- 20A/D, at the Porcupine River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 P/4, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A - Developed Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a cabin, to be known as S-20A1/D,

having an area of approximately 2.00 hectares.

S-21A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S- 21A/D, at the Porcupine River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 0/10, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A - Developed Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a cabin, to be known as S-21A1/D,

having an area of approximately 4.00 hectares.

S-22A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S- 22A/D, at an unnamed creek of the Porcupine River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 0/10, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A - Developed Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a cabin, to be known as S-22A1/D,

having an area of approximately 4.00 hectares.

S-23A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S- 23A/D, at the Porcupine River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 0/10, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A - Developed Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a cabin, to be known as S-23A1/D,

having an area of approximately 10.00 hectares.

S-24A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S- 24A/D, at the Porcupine River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 0/10, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A - Developed Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a cabin, to be known as S-24A1/D,

having an area of approximately 2.00 hectares.

S-25A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-25A, at Bonnet Lake, on Territorial Resource Base Map 117 A/2, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a campsite and tent poles, to be known as S-25A1,

having an area of approximately 6.00 hectares;

S-26A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-26A, at the Driftwood River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 P/13, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, to be known as S-26A1,

having an area of approximately 6.00 hectares.

S-27A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-27A, at Cadzow Lake, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 0/10, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, to be known as S-27A1,

having an area of approximately 6.00 hectares.

S-28A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-28A, at the Porcupine River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 0/10, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, to be known as S-28A1,

having an area of approximately 12.00 hectares.

S-29A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S- 29A/D, at the Porcupine River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 0/11, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A - Developed Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a cabin and burial site if evident, to be known as S-29A1/D,

having an area of approximately 6.00 hectares.

S-30A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-30A, at David Lord Creek, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 0/6, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, to be known as S-30A1,

having an area of approximately 6.00 hectares.

S-31A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-31A, at the Dempster Highway, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 I/16, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, having as a westerly boundary the easterly boundary of the right-of-way for the Major Highway known as the Dempster Highway, to be known as S-31A1,

having an area of approximately 10.00 hectares.

S-32A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-32A, at the Miner River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 G/14, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, to be known as S-32A1,

having an area of approximately 2.00 hectares.

S-33A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-33A, at the Porcupine River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 N/7, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, to be known as S-33A1,

having an area of approximately 2.00 hectares.

S-35A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S- 35A/D, at the Porcupine River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 N/8, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A - Developed Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a cabin, to be known as S-35A1/D,

having an area of approximately 4.00 hectares.

S-36A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S- 36A/D, at the Porcupine River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 N/8, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A - Developed Settlement Land, including improvements consisting of cabins, to be known as S-36A1/D,

having an area of approximately 2.00 hectares.

S-37A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-37A, at the Porcupine River Airstrip, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 K/8, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, to be known as S-37A1,

having an area of approximately 10.00 hectares.

S-38A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S- 38A/D, at the Porcupine River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 0/11, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A - Developed Settlement Land, including improvements consisting of a cabin and cache, to be known as S-38A1/D,

having an area of approximately 2.00 hectares.

S-39A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-39A, at the Rock River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 P/6, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, to be known as S-39A1,

having an area of approximately 2.00 hectares.

S-40A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S- 40A/D, at the Rock River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 P/3, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A - Developed Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a cabin, to be known as S-40A1/D,

having an area of approximately 2.00 hectares.

S-41A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S- 41A/D, at the Bell River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 P/6, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A - Developed Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a cabin, to be known as S-41A1/D,

having an area of approximately 2.00 hectares.

S-42A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S- 42A/D, at the Rat River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 P/7, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A - Developed Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a cabin, to be known as S-42A1/D,

having an area of approximately 2.00 hectares.

S-43A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-43A, at the Porcupine River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 N/7, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a burial site if evident, to be known as S-43A1,

having an area of approximately 10.00 hectares.

S-44A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-44A, at the Dempster Highway, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 G/8, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, having as a northerly boundary the southerly boundary of the right-of-way for the Major Highway known as the Dempster Highway, to be known as S-44A1,

having an area of approximately 10.00 hectares.

S-45A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-45A, between Davis and Palmer Lakes, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 I/1, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, to be known as S-45A1,

having an area of approximately 2.00 hectares.

S-48A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-48A, at the Porcupine River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 P/4, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, to be known as S-48A1,

having an area of approximately 2.00 hectares.

S-49A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-49A, at the Porcupine River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 N/7, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a campsite if evident, to be known as S-49A1,

having an area of approximately 6.00 hectares.

S-50A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-50A, at Black Earth Creek and the Porcupine River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 N/7, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, to be known as S-50A1,

having an area of approximately 6.00 hectares.

S-51A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-51A, at Lord Creek, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 0/11, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, to be known as S-51A1,

having an area of approximately 6.00 hectares.

S-52A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S- 52A/D, at the Porcupine River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 0/10, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A - Developed Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a cabin, to be known as S-52A1/D,

having an area of approximately 4.00 hectares.

S-53A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S- 53A/D, at the Porcupine River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 O/9, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A - Developed Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a cabin, to be known as S-53A1/D,

having an area of approximately 6.00 hectares.

S-55A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S- 55A/D, at the Whitestone River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 J/8, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A - Developed Settlement Land, including improvements consisting of cabins and cabin remnants, to be known as S-55A1/D,

having an area of approximately 15.00 hectares.

S-56A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S- 56A/D, at the Dempster Highway, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 H/12, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A - Developed Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a cabin and having as a southerly boundary the northerly boundary of the right-of-way for the Major Highway known as the Dempster Highway, to be known as S-56A1/D,

having an area of approximately 2.00 hectares.

S-57A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S- 57A/D, at the Whitestone River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 J/8, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A - Developed Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a cabin, to be known as S-57A1/D,

having an area of approximately 6.00 hectares.

S-58A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S- 58A/D, at the Fishing Branch River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 J/7, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A - Developed Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a cabin, to be known as S-58A1/D,

having an area of approximately 6.00 hectares.

S-59A/D
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S- 59A/D, at the Porcupine River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 J/9, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A - Developed Settlement Land, including an improvement consisting of a cabin, to be known as S-59A1/D,

having an area of approximately 6.00 hectares.

S-60A
Proposed Site Specific Settlement Land, being the area shown as S-60A, at the Porcupine River, on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 N/7, dated April 5, 1993, out of which shall be selected a Parcel of Category A Settlement Land, to be known as S-60A1,

having an area of approximately 10.00 hectares.

C-1A
Category A, being the Parcel shown as C-1A on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 O/12 and the Reference Plan of Old Crow, dated April 5, 1993, having as a southerly boundary the northerly boundary of Reservation 116O12-0000-00030 and Reservation 116O12-0000-00004, and including the land described in:

- that portion of Reservation 116O12-0000-00008, comprising the portion of Lot 1, Group 1302, Plan 42622 CLSR, 21333 LTO lying north of Reservation 116O12-0000-00030;

- Reservation 116O12-0000-00031 comprising Lots 16 and 17, Group 1302, Plan 70532 CLSR, 81359 LTO as Developed Settlement Land, designated as C-1A/D1 on Reference Plan of Old Crow;

- Reservation 116O12-0000-00032 comprising Lot 1011, Quad 116 O/12, Plan 72357 CLSR, 89-155 LTO as Developed Settlement Land, designated as C-1A/D2 on Reference Plan of Old Crow;

- Reservation 116O12-0000-00034 comprising Lot 6, Crow Trail Subdivision, Plan 70532 CLSR, 81359 LTO as Developed Settlement Land, designated as C-1A/D3 on Reference Plan of Old Crow;

- Reservation 116O12-0000-00035 comprising Lot 19, Crow Trail Subdivision, Plan 70532 CLSR, 81359 LTO as Developed Settlement Land, designated as C-1A/D4 on Reference Plan of Old Crow;

- Reservation 116O12-0000-00036 comprising Lot 23, Crow Trail Subdivision, Plan 70532 CLSR, 81359 LTO as Developed Settlement Land, designated as C-1A/D5 on Reference Plan of Old Crow;

- Reservation 116O12-0000-00037 comprising Lot 7, Crow Trail Subdivision, Plan 70532 CLSR, 81359 LTO as Developed Settlement Land, designated as C-1A/D6 on Reference Plan of Old Crow;

- Reservation 116O12-0000-00038 comprising Lot 8, Crow Trail Subdivision, Plan 70532 CLSR, 81359 LTO as Developed Settlement Land, designated as C-1A/D7 on Reference Plan of Old Crow;

but for greater certainty, not including:

- the land described in Reservation 116O12-0000-00039; subject to the following Special Conditions:

- Airport Zoning Controls shall apply;

- any licence of occupation established for Yukon Electrical Company Limited as a result of Application 13737,

having an area of approximately 95.40 hectares.

C-2A
Category A, being the Parcel shown as C-2A on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 O/12 and the Reference Plan of Old Crow dated April 5, 1993,

subject to the following Special Condition:

- Airport Zoning Controls shall apply,

having an area of approximately 32.40 hectares.

C-3A/D
Category A - Developed, being the Parcel shown as C-3A/D on Reference Plan of Old Crow dated April 5, 1993, and including the land described in:

- that portion of Reservation 116O12-0000-00008, comprising the portion of Lot 1, Group 1302, Plan 42622 CLSR, 21333 LTO lying south of Reservation 116O12-0000-00030;

- Reservation 116O12-0000-00022, comprising Lot 1001, Quad 116 O/12, Plan 67555 CLSR, 64594 LTO;

- Reservation 116O12-0000-00033;

but for greater certainty, not including:

- the land described in Reservation 116O12-0000-00021, comprising Lot 1000, Quad 116 0/12, Plan 67535 CLSR;

- Lot 2, Group 1302, Plan 42623 CLSR, 21332 LTO;

subject to:

- Reservation 116O12-0000-00023;

- Lease 116O12-0000-00002;
- Lease 116O12-0000-00003;
- Lease 116O12-0000-00006;
- Lease 116O12-0000-00026;
- Lease 116O12-0000-00027;

- Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation Mortgage 8905 against Lease 116O12-0000-00026;

subject to the following Special Conditions:

- any licence of occupation established for Yukon Electrical Company Limited as a result of Application 13737;

- upon a determination by Government that the buildings existing as of the Effective Date of this Agreement and located on Reservation 116O12-0000-00023 are no longer required for Government purposes, the reservation shall be cancelled;

- Airport Zoning Controls shall apply;

- all routes include as part of the route a three metre wide right-ofway for the purposes stated in 6.3.1,

having an area of approximately 17.43 hectares.

C-4FS/D
Fee Simple - Developed, being the Parcels shown as C-4FS/D on the Reference Plan of Old Crow, dated April 5, 1993, comprising Lots 1004, 1005, 1006, 1007, 1008, 1009, Quad 116 O/12, Plan 70726 CLSR, 82284 LTO, and including the Road,

subject to the following Special Conditions:

- Airport Zoning Controls shall apply;

- any licence of occupation established for Yukon Electrical Company Limited as a result of Application 13737;

- all routes include as part of the route a three metre wide right-ofway for the purposes stated in 6.3.1;

provided that:

- no later than the Effective Date of this Agreement the owner registered in the Land Titles Office has transferred all right, title and interest in the land to the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation, failing which, the land shall not become Settlement Land,

having an area of approximately 0.93 hectares.

C-5A/D
Category A - Developed, being the Parcel shown as C-5A/D on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 O/12 and the Reference Plan of Old Crow, dated April 5, 1993,

subject to:

- Lease 116O12-0000-00007;

subject to the following Special Conditions:

- Airport Zoning Controls shall apply;

- any licence of occupation established for Yukon Electrical Company Limited as a result of Application 13737;

- all routes include as part of the route a three metre wide right-ofway for the purposes stated in 6.3.1,

having an area of approximately 0.25 hectares.

C-6A/D
Category A - Developed, being the Parcel shown as C-6A/D on Territorial Resource Base Map 116 O/12 and the Reference Plan of Old Crow, dated April 5, 1993, comprising Lot 1003, Quad 116 O/12, Plan 70052 CLSR, 77204 LTO,

subject to the following Special Conditions:

- Airport Zoning Controls shall apply;

- all routes include as part of the route a three metre wide right-of way for the purposes stated in 6.3.1;

provided that:

- no later than the Effective Date of this Agreement the holder of Lease 116O12-0000-00020 has transferred all right, title and interest in the land to the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation, failing which, the land shall not become Settlement Land,

having an area of approximately 0.15 hectares.

 




Volume 2 - Appendix B - Maps

Listing of Maps located in Appendix B - maps which forms a separate volume of this agreement

Sheet Map Content
1 116 G & F(E½) Rural and Site Specific Summary
2 116 H Rural and Site Specific Summary
3 116 I Rural and Site Specific Summary
4 116 J & K(E½) Rural and Site Specific Summary
5 116 O & N(E½) Rural and Site Specific Summary
6 116 P Rural and Site Specific Summary
7 117 A Rural and Site Specific Summary
8 117 B Rural and Site Specific Summary
9 116 G/8 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
10 116 G/14 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
11 116 H/12 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
12 116 H/13 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
13 116 H/14 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
14 116 I/1 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
15 116 I/2 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
16 116 I/3 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
17 116 I/4 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
18 116 I/6 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
19 116 I/7 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
20 116 I/8 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
21 116 I/10 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
22 116 I/11 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
23 116 I/12 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
24 116 I/13 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
25 116 I/14 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
26 116 I/16 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
27 116 J/6 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
28 116 J/7 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
29 116 J/8 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
30 116 J/9 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
31 116 J/11 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
32 116 J/16 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
33 116 K/8 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
34 116 K/15 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
35 116 N/1 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
36 116 N/7 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
37 116 N/8 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
38 116 N/9 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
39 116 N/15 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
40 116 N/16 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
41 116 O/5 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
42 116 O/6 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
43 116 O/8 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
44 116 O/9 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
45 116 O/10 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
46 116 O/11 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
47 116 O/12 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
48 116 O/13 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
49 116 O/14 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
50 116 O/15 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
51 116 P/3 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
52 116 P/4 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
53 116 P/5 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
54 116 P/6 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
55 116 P/7 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
56 116 P/9 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
57 116 P/12 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
58 116 P/13 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
59 117 A/2 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
60 117 A/3 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
61 117 A/4 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
62 117 B/1 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
63 117 B/8 Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
64 Reference Plan
of Old Crow
Settlement Land of Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation
65 116 J & K(E½) Fishing Branch Ecological Reserve (FBER)
66 116 J/5 Fishing Branch Ecological Reserve (FBER)
67 116 J/6 Fishing Branch Ecological Reserve (FBER)
68 116 J/11 Fishing Branch Ecological Reserve (FBER)
69 116 J/12 Fishing Branch Ecological Reserve (FBER)
70 116 I Commercial Forestry Reserves for the use of the
Community of Old Crow (VGCFR)
71 116 J & K(E½) Commercial Forestry Reserves for the use of the
Community of Old Crow (VGCFR)
72 116 O & N(E½) Commercial Forestry Reserves for the use of the
Community of Old Crow (VGCFR)
73 116 P Commercial Forestry Reserves for the use of the
Community of Old Crow (VGCFR)
74 116 I Vuntut Gwitchin Heritage Routes and Sites(VGHRAS)
75 116 J & K(E½) Vuntut Gwitchin Heritage Routes and Sites(VGHRAS)
76 116 O & N(E½) Vuntut Gwitchin Heritage Routes and Sites(VGHRAS)
77 116 P Vuntut Gwitchin Heritage Routes and Sites(VGHRAS)
78 117 A Vuntut Gwitchin Heritage Routes and Sites(VGHRAS)
79 117 B Vuntut Gwitchin Heritage Routes and Sites(VGHRAS)
80 117 C Vuntut Gwitchin Heritage Routes and Sites(VGHRAS)
81 117 D Vuntut Gwitchin Heritage Routes and Sites(VGHRAS)
82 116 O & N(E½) Old Crow Flats Area (OCFA)
83 116 P Old Crow Flats Area (OCFA)
84 117 A Old Crow Flats Area (OCFA)
85 117 B Old Crow Flats Area (OCFA)
86 116 S.W. & 116 S.E. Vuntut Gwitchin Traditional Territory (VGTT)
87 116 N.W. & 116 N.E. Vuntut Gwitchin Traditional Territory (VGTT)
88 117 S.W. & 117 S.E. Vuntut Gwitchin Traditional Territory (VGTT)
89 117 A Vuntut National Park (VNP)
90 117 B Vuntut National Park (VNP)
91 116 N.W. & 116 N.E. Overall Information:
Fishing Branch Ecological Reserve
Old Crow Flats Area, Vuntut National Park
North Yukon National Park
92 117 S.W. & 117 S.E. Overall Information:
Fishing Branch Ecological Reserve
Old Crow Flats Area, Vuntut National Park
North Yukon National Park
93   Lapierre House Historic Site (LHHS)
94   Rampart House Historic Site (RHHS)