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Tallurutiup Imanga Inuit Impact And Benefit Agreement

Northern Canada is warming at about three times the global average – that`s alarming and we`re action by protecting marine and coastal areas in the High Arctic. That`s real progress for Nunavut, for Canada &for Inuit communities who rely on these coasts & waters every day.// / Northern Canada is warming about three times faster than the global average – this is alarming. Measures are being taken to protect the maritime and coastal areas of the High Arctic. This is a real step forward for Nunavut, Canada and the Inuit communities that depend on it. whereas Inuit should benefit from the social, cultural and economic opportunities arising from the establishment and management of the Tallurutiup Imanga National Marine Reserve, including employment; IQALUIT, NU – The federal government and the Qikiqtani Inuit Association (QIA) today announced a historic agreement that develops a common governance model for the long-awaited Tallurutiup Imanga National Marine Conservation Area, which will protect more than 109,000 square kilometres of biologically rich Arctic waters. «We are pleased to celebrate the protection of this spectacular marine ecosystem in a way that benefits Inuit and all Canadians for future generations,» said Christopher Debicki, Vice President of Policy Development at Oceans North. .

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