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Reconciliation, partnerships and Indigenous fisheries

Learn how we are actively supporting reconciliation by strengthening relationships with Indigenous people through treaties and other long-term agreements in British Columbia and the Yukon.

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Reconciliation in the Pacific Region

Steps that we are taking to support reconciliation in BC and the Yukon

Fisheries and long-term agreements

Information for Indigenous fishers

Aboriginal fisheries guardian program

We partner with Indigenous communities to engage in joint-learning exercises and training to conserve and protect our natural resources

Programs for Indigenous communities

Programs available to Indigenous communities and organizations in BC and the Yukon

Contact us

Contact information for the Reconciliation and partnerships branch

What we are doing


Pacific North Coast Integrated Management Area Plan
Sockeye salmon

PNCIMA provides a joint federal-provincial-First Nation planning framework for conservation and management of human activities on the Pacific North Coast.

Gwaii Haanas Gina ‘Waadluxan KilGuhlGa Land-Sea-People Management Plan
Sockeye salmon

The Gwaii Haanas Land-Sea-People Management Plan sets direction for how the land and sea of a protected area are managed, from mountain top to seafloor.

Fisheries Act updates and reconciliation with Indigenous peoples
Coastal Restoration Fund

Learn how the modernized Fisheries Act supports reconciliation with Indigenous peoples

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