Indigenous partnerships

Aboriginal peoples and protected areas in Canada - Implications for achieving conservation

Ray, J. and D. Reid


Recommended citation

Ray, J. and D. Reid (2007). Aboriginal peoples and protected areas in Canada - Implications for achieving conservation. . https://library.wcs.org/en-us/doi/ctl/view/mid/33065/pubid/DMX2851500000.aspx

Cheryl Chetkiewicz

Cheryl Chetkiewicz

Director, Indigenous Communities and Conservation

Justina Ray

Justina Ray

President & Senior Scientist

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One of the most complex challenges for nature conservation comes from a simple question: what must we save?
Daniel Kraus

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Canada is a big place. There are tens of thousands of lakes in this country, including some of the largest in the world.
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