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lil xemit tems swiya nelh mes stutula: A Strategic Land Use Plan for the Shíshálh Nation

lil xemit tems swiya nelh mes stutula: A Strategic Land Use Plan for the Shíshálh Nation

Description:

Topic Subtopic Policy or Policy Excerpt Document Location
first nations and indigenous food systems; wildlife and ecosystem management;

hunting/fishing/gathering;
Ensure that the Shíshálh Nation has authority over planning and management for fish and fish habitat in the territory. table 4
wildlife/environmental/pest management;

first nations and indigenous food systems;
wildlife and ecosystem management;

hunting/fishing/gathering;
Maintain the structural and functional integrity of watersheds (e.g., streams, stream channels, lakes, riparian areas, and other aquatic habitat areas) across the Shíshálh Nation territory in perpetuity. table 4
wildlife/environmental/pest management;

first nations and indigenous food systems;
wildlife and ecosystem management;

hunting/fishing/gathering;
Maintain, protect, and restore fish species and habitat or populations of management concern throughout the territory so as to ensure continued opportunities for sustainable harvest by Shíshálh Nation members table 4
first nations and indigenous food systems; hunting/fishing/gathering;

research and data collection;
Build and sustain Shíshálh Nation capacity in fisheries and fish habitat study and management. table 4
first nations and indigenous food systems; wildlife and ecosystem management;

hunting/fishing/gathering;
Ensure that the Shíshálh Nation has authority over planning and management for wildlife and habitat in the territory. table 5
wildlife/environmental/pest management;

first nations and indigenous food systems;
wildlife and ecosystem management;

hunting/fishing/gathering;
Conserve biodiversity within the Shíshálh Nation territory, including an appropriate distribution of critical fish and wildlife habitats throughout the territory to ensure they continue to support viable populations over the long term. table 5
wildlife/environmental/pest management;

first nations and indigenous food systems;
wildlife and ecosystem management;

hunting/fishing/gathering;
Sustain, and where necessary restore, abundant populations of wildlife and other harvested species of social, cultural and economic importance to the Shíshálh Nation. table 5
wildlife/environmental/pest management;

first nations and indigenous food systems;
wildlife and ecosystem management; Protect rare and/or high value habitats (e.g., wetlands, riparian forests) or critical habitats (e.g., ungulate winter range, calving areas, security habitat) in the Shíshálh Nation territory. table 5
wildlife/environmental/pest management;

first nations and indigenous food systems;
wildlife and ecosystem management;
 
Rehabilitate habitats in the Shíshálh Nation territory that have been degraded due to past industrial disturbance. table 5
wildlife/environmental/pest management;

first nations and indigenous food systems;
wildlife and ecosystem management;

research and data collection;
Build and sustain Shíshálh Nation capacity in wildlife study and management. table 5
first nations and indigenous food systems; hunting/fishing/gathering; Ensure that the Shíshálh Nation have management authority over the planning and management of cultural and commercial plant harvesting and cultivation in the territory. table 6
wildlife/environmental/pest management;

first nations and indigenous food systems;
wildlife and ecosystem management;

hunting/fishing/gathering;
Protect and where necessary restore the integrity of Shíshálh Nation plant gathering areas and subsistence gathering opportunities table 6
first nations and indigenous food systems; hunting/fishing/gathering; Provide limited opportunities for commercial harvesting of NTFPs by the Shíshálh Nation where considered culturally appropriate and ecologically sustainable. table 6
first nations and indigenous food systems; hunting/fishing/gathering; Ensure that the intellectual property rights of the Shíshálh Nation are respected and protected in the management, use, and development of plants and NTFPs. table 6
first nations and indigenous food systems; hunting/fishing/gathering Build and sustain Shíshálh Nation capacity for planning and management of gathering activities. table 6
first nations and indigenous food systems; hunting/fishing/gathering; Exercise management authority over, and participate directly in, the planning and management of hunting and trapping in Shíshálh Nation territory table 7
first nations and indigenous food systems; hunting/fishing/gathering; Maintain access to a full range of opportunities to hunt and trap in the territory for food, social, ceremonial, and commercial purposes, in accordance with Shíshálh Nation customary laws and conservation principles. table 7
first nations and indigenous food systems; hunting/fishing/gathering; Ensure commercial and recreational hunting is conducted in accordance with Shíshálh Nation customs and values. table 7
wildlife/environmental/pest management;

first nations and indigenous food systems;
hunting/fishing/gathering; Sustain healthy populations of all wildlife species that are hunted and trapped throughout Shíshálh territory. table 7
first nations and indigenous food systems; hunting/fishing/gathering; Build and sustain Shíshálh Nation capacity for planning and management of hunting and trapping activities. table 7

 

water management;

first nations and indigenous food systems;

wildlife and ecosystem management; Ensure that the Shíshálh Nation has authority over the planning and management of water resources in the territory. table 8

water management;

wildlife/environmental/pest management;

first nations and indigenous food systems;

wildlife and ecosystem management; Ensure that the planning and management of water in the territory addresses current and future drinking water requirements for the Shíshálh Nation and the need to maintain ecosystem health. table 8

water management;

first nations and indigenous food systems;

  Conserve the quality, quantity and timing of flow for all surface water and groundwater resources in the territory and ensure that impacts on freshwater resources from development projects approved by the Shíshálh Nation, including access routes, are avoided or mitigated to the full extent. table 8

water management;

first nations and indigenous food systems;

  Prohibit prospecting or commercialization of freshwater resources from the territory unless approved by the Shíshálh Nation. table 8

water management;

first nations and indigenous food systems;

  Build and sustain Shíshálh Nation capacity for planning and management of water resources. table 8
first nations and indigenous food systems; wildlife and ecosystem management; Ensure that the Shíshálh Nation have authority over the planning and management of Inter-tidal resources. table 9
wildlife/environmental/pest management;

land access;

first nations and indigenous food systems;
hunting/fishing/gathering; Maintain access to inter-tidal areas and beaches for food and cultural harvesting and to ensure resource conservation. table 9
first nations and indigenous food systems; hunting/fishing/gathering;

aquaculture;
Prohibit further privatization of foreshore and marine areas from the issuance of commercial leases for shellfish aquaculture or for other purposes, until such time as the interests of the Shíshálh Nation have been satisfactorily addressed through compensation or accommodation. table 9
wildlife/environmental/pest management;

first nations and indigenous food systems;
wildlife and ecosystem management; Protect and where necessary restore degraded inter-tidal habitats and resources in the Shíshálh territory. table 9
wildlife/environmental/pest management;

first nations and indigenous food systems;
wildlife and ecosystem management;

hunting/fishing/gathering;

aquaculture;
Capitalize on commercial opportunities in shellfish aquaculture where considered culturally appropriate and sustainable, and providing these activities do no infringe on Shíshálh Nation opportunities to harvest these resources now or in the future. table 9
first nations and indigenous food systems; wildlife and ecosystem management; Build and sustain Shíshálh Nation capacity for planning and management of inter-tidal resources. table 9
wildlife/environmental/pest management;

first nations and indigenous food systems;
wildlife and ecosystem management;

aquaculture;
Ensure that the Shíshálh Nation have management authority over the planning and management of finfish aquaculture in the territory. table 10
wildlife/environmental/pest management;

first nations and indigenous food systems;
aquaculture; Reduce or eliminate risks to the natural environment from finfish aquaculture in the territory. table 10
wildlife/environmental/pest management;

first nations and indigenous food systems;
wildlife and ecosystem management;

aquaculture;
Build and sustain Shíshálh Nation capacity for planning and management of finfish aquaculture. table 10
wildlife/environmental/pest management;

first nations and indigenous food systems;
wildlife and ecosystem management; Ensure that the Shíshálh Nation have authority over the planning and management of forest resources in the territory. table 13
wildlife/environmental/pest management

first nations and indigenous food systems;;
hunting/fishing/gathering; Protect and restore the ecological integrity of Shíshálh forest ecosystems, particularly salmon-bearing streams. table 13
wildlife/environmental/pest management;

land access;

first nations and indigenous food systems;
wildlife and ecosystem management;

hunting/fishing/gathering;
Ensure Shíshálh access to forests and forest related resources such as trees, fish, aquatic resources, wildlife, and medicinal plants for personal, family, or community uses. table 13
wildlife/environmental/pest management;

first nations and indigenous food systems;
wildlife and ecosystem management;

hunting/fishing/gathering;
Build and sustain Shíshálh Nation capacity for planning and management of forestry. table 13

Municipality or First Nation

Shíshálh (Sechelt) First Nation

Sub-topics

hunting/fishing/gathering
research and data collection
wildlife and ecosystem management

Region

Sunshine Coast

Document Type

Other

Topic

First Nations and Indigenous Food Systems
Land Access
Water Management
Wildlife/Environmental/Pest Management

Level of Government

First Nation

Year

2007

Supplementary Information

No

Population Range

0-999