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Not only will there be increased Aboriginal environmental oversight and stewardship on the waterways and fish habitat, along with the application of Aboriginal traditional knowledge impacting government decisions, writes Richardson, but there will also be more federal environmental assessments and stronger partnerships between Aboriginal groups and industry.
In the case of Aboriginal traditional knowledge, there is a particular reason to make space, namely, that the coercive nature of much of the Aboriginal or non-Aboriginal encounter provides clear and special moral reason for engagement.
Among the topics are the Lockean basis of Iroquoian land ownership, traditional knowledge and Euro-Canadian governance processes in northern land-claim boards, policy recommendations for responding to climate change in Nunavit, non-timber forest products and aboriginal traditional knowledge, the harvest of Beluga whales in Canada's Western Arctic, the need to reduce the risk of unsafe drinking water in First Nations communities, aboriginal rights to fish in British Columbia, corporations and aboriginal people and the Mackenzie Valley Pipeline, and the Diavik Diamond Mine as an example of aboriginal partnerships in Canada.
The Nawash want the government to take advantage of the Aboriginal traditional knowledge of the lake and the fish in it.