Livelihood Fisheries and Indigenous Rights in Atlantic Canada: An Examination of Netukulimk Principles in Action

The Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations Chiefs Secretariat’s (APC) Fisheries and Integrated Resources Department is responsible for research, analysis, and development of policy altneratives and programs for all aspects of fisheries for their member communities. This research project examines the role of Indigenous principles for resource management in the fisheries operations of Indigenous communities in Atlantic Canada. APC will share the findings of this research with FN Leadership, Treaty Tables, Tribal Council, AAROMS, Fisheries Directors, NGOs and Federal/Provinail Departments, as well as their academic partners to advance the implementation of Indigenous treaty rights.

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Sydney Chambers
Faculty Supervisor: 
Leslie Jane McMillan
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Nova Scotia
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