Resources

We are actively involved in the production of innovative materials and tools to collect and share both traditional and scientific knowledge about this extraordinary land.

Project Reports And Publications, Wildlife, Traditional Knowledge

Aklavik Local and Traditional Knowledge about Porcupine Caribou - September 2009

In 2009, we prepared a report summarizing the knowledge about Porcupine caribou shared with us by Aklavik residents.

Type: pdf

Size: 4.03 MB

Published: Jul 2018

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Project Reports And Publications, Wildlife, Traditional Knowledge

Aklavik Local and Traditional Knowledge about Grizzly Bears of the Yukon North Slope

Inuvialuit elders, harvesters and other land users have shared knowledge on a broad scope of grizzly bear life history traits, from seasonal behaviour and food preferences to population trends. Cultural and harvesting values and practices have also been documented, including harvesting trends, how to behave around or speak about bears, and the role of bears in the ecosystem. 

Type: article

Published: Jul 2018

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Management Plans, Wildlife, Inuvialuit

Wildlife Conservation and Management Plan (The Land and the Legacy - Taimanga Nunapta Pitqusia) Volume Two

Here is volume two of the Yukon North Slope Wildlife Conservation and Management Plan. It provides the goals, objectives, and actions to realize the plan.

Type: article

Published: Jul 2018

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Administrative Reports And Minutes, Organizational Information

WMAC(NS) Teleconference Minutes June 2011

Type: pdf

Size: 782.31 KB

Published: Jul 2018

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Management Plans, Environmental Conservation, Wildlife

Framework for the Management of North Slope Muskox

This framework is intended to provide guidance for the management of Yukon North Slope muskox. While this framework references and is informed by management conditions that apply to muskoxen in jurisdictions and areas adjacent to the Yukon North Slope, strategic directions within this framework are aimed more narrowly at the Yukon North Slope and those with direct management responsibilities in the area: Environment Yukon, Parks Canada, the Wildlife Management Advisory Council (North Slope) and the Aklavik Hunters and Trappers Committee.Subsequent to the completion of the framework, the Council and partners developed a muskox research plan for the Yukon North Slope to guide the co-development of knowledge over the coming years.

Type: article

Published: May 2018

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Newsletters And News Releases, Wildlife, Traditional Knowledge

WMAC(NS) Polar Bear Traditional Knowledge News Release

Type: pdf

Size: 311.7 KB

Published: Apr 2018

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Newsletters And News Releases, Conference Proceedings

North Slope Conference Whitehorse Star News Release

Type: pdf

Size: 366.97 KB

Published: Mar 2018

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Fact Sheets And Brochures, Wildlife, Traditional Knowledge

Brochure - Inuvialuit Traditional Knowledge on Polar Bears

Type: pdf

Size: 1.17 MB

Published: Mar 2018

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Maps, Environmental Conservation

Map of Herschel Island

Type: pdf

Size: 493.08 KB

Published: Mar 2018

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Fact Sheets And Brochures, Wildlife, Inuvialuit

Fact Sheet - Inuvialuit and Polar Bears

Type: pdf

Size: 2.42 MB

Published: Mar 2018

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