Category Archive for: ‘Newsroom’

Thaidene Nene – Southern Public Consultations

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Parks Canada will be holding three public consultations on Thaidene Nene in southern cities in September! Join Parks Canada and representatives of Lutsel K’e Dene First Nation to discuss this exciting new National Park in the cities and venues listed below: Vancouver, B.C. – Monday, September 12 Where: Peter Kaye & Alma Vandusen Room Library Square Conference Centre – 350 West …

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Parks Canada’s Second Yellowknife Public Meeting

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Parks Canada representatives spoke to a room of about 50 people at the Baker Centre in Yellowknife on Wednesday, June 15, and provided updates to questions and concerns that were raised in their initial public consultation meeting in December of 2015. Parks Canada confirmed that there will be no entry fees for the National Park Reserve, and that motorized boats and …

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Parks Canada in Hay River to Discuss Thaidene Nene

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Here’s another chance to voice your support for establishing Thaidene Nene National Park Reserve! Parks Canada is hosting a public consultation meeting Wednesday, April 20 in Hay River. Remember, your voice matters in this process! Your support will help make sure the vision for Thaidene Nene is achieved, including a sustainable future for our Lutsel K’e Dene First Nation through …

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Northern Journal: Public consultation on Thaidene Nene National Park

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http://norj.ca/2015/12/public-consultation-on-thaidene-nene-national-park/ Northern Journal, December 14, 2015 Dali Carmichael   As proponents behind the Thaidene Nene National Park reserve continue to push for the establishment of a protection on the East Arm of Great Slave Lake, it seems that some users are most concerned about what limitations the park may put on recreational activities in the area. At a public consultation …

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EdgeYK: the Thaidene Nene Way

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http://edgeyk.com/article/the-thaidene-nene-way-fast-tracking-land-claims/ The Thaidene Nene Way: Fast-Tracking Land Claims As NWT land claims negotiation costs reach an estimated $300 million over three years with little result, does a national park deal show a new way forward? Meagan Wohlberg — December 7, 2015 — “Win-win” is not typically a term you hear tossed around when it comes to land and resource negotiations …

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Parks Canada wants YOUR views on Thaidene Nene

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The time has come to share your support for Thaidene Nene with Parks Canada! Parks Canada is hosting a public consultation event in Yellowknife on Wednesday, December 9th at Northern United Place, from 7 – 9 pm. Please come out to share your support for establishing Thaidene Nene National Park Reserve. Your voice matters in this process! Your support will …

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Globe and Mail: First Nation to help manage 14,000-square-kilometre national park reserve in NWT

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July 29, 2015 Read Gloria Galloway’s article in the Globe and Mail about the federal announcement of the Thaidene Nene national park reserve boundary.

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Canadian Press: Boundaries revealed for Thaidene Nene, new N.W.T. national park

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July 29, 2015 ‘This is not your grandfather’s national park’, says Dene head negotiator Read Bob Weber’s article on the newly-unveiled Thaidene Nene national park reserve boundaries!  

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Lutsel K’e Dene First Nation welcomes Federal announcement on unique Thaidene Nene National Park Reserve proposal

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July 29, 2015 The Lutsel K’e Dene First Nation welcomes the federal government’s agreement on a united position to take to the public for the establishment of Thaidene Nene National Park Reserve – an achievement more than four decades in the making. Read the LKDFN press release here.

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GNWT public consultations on Thaidene Nene start July 15th!

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Thaidene Nene needs your support now! The Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) is holding a series of public consultations about protecting Thaidene Nene starting on July 15th in Yellowknife. At these sessions, GNWT representatives will be seeking public input on a proposed boundary for a territorial park that would protect part of Thaidene Nene, alongside a proposed national park …

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