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Sakitawak IPCA – Indigenous Conservation in Action

Nature Canada is working with the Métis community of Île-à-la-Crosse in Northwestern Saskatchewan to bring awareness to their effort to establish a Métis-led Indigenous Protected and Conserved Area (IPCA) in their traditional hunting and trapping territory, the N-14 Fur Block.

How to Help

Tell the government you support Sakitawak IPCA and the Métis community of Île-à-la-Crosse, SK. Be a voice for Indigenous-led conservation and help protect culturally important species like freshwater fish, old-growth pine, and at-risk Woodland Caribou.

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Caribou by John E. Marriott

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Trees, flowers and animals are at risk in the boreal forest.

Join our online community to help Nature Canada raise awareness of this critical initiative, save the Woodland Caribou and show your support for Métis-led conservation in Saskatchewan. 



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