Category: Co-management

Co-management led research and sharing space on the pathway to Inuit self-determination in research.

Northern Public Affairs recently published "Co-management led research and sharing space on the pathway to Inuit self-determination in research" authored by myself, Ashlee Cunsolo, & Aaron Dale. "The co-management boards across Canada are an important outcome of the land claims political mobilization process, and the research they lead not only represents the implementation of land ...

A Half Century in the Making: Governing Commercial Fisheries Through Indigenous Marine Co-management and the Torngat Joint Fisheries Board

Abstract A network of Indigenous co-management organizations is alive and robust within the management of fisheries in Canada and, subsequently, forms an important part of Arctic marine governance. This chapter examines Indigenous co-management in the Labrador Inuit Settlement Region of Nunatsiavut, Labrador through a case study of the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement and the ...