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Thursday, January 13, 2011

Dundergov strikes resource deal with Quebec?

Radio-Canada Côte-Nord gets another LabraScoop:
Terre-Neuve s'entend avec les Innus du Québec sur un modèle de gestion pour la chasse au caribou, ce qui garantirait aux Autochtones le droit de chasser au Labrador. Il s'agit d'un pas important pour la reconnaissance de leurs droits territoriaux.

Le gouvernement terre-neuvien souhaite mettre sur pied une table de gestion des troupeaux de caribous dans laquelle seraient impliqués les Innus.

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At 6:02 PM, January 13, 2011 , Blogger Ursula said...

Translates as :

Newfoundland agrees with the Innu of Quebec on a business model for caribou hunting, which would ensure the Aboriginal right to hunt in Labrador. This is an important step in recognition of their territorial rights.

The Newfoundland government wants to set up a table for managing caribou herds which are involved in the Innu.

 

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