OKâlaKatiget Society
Aboriginal Caribou Round Table Created (Audio)
Posted on April 30, 2013 @ 6:45 pm

The Aboriginal governments and Nations of Quebec and Labrador recently announced the creation of the Ungava Peninsula Caribou Aboriginal Round Table.

The round table was created with the goal of preserving caribou in Labrador and Quebec.

Adamie Delisle Alaku of the Makivik Corporation is a Co-Chair of the newly-formed round table.

He would like to see Aboriginal people work out their own solutions to the decline of caribou by working together, without government interference like hunting bans.

Alaku says the Innu refuse to support a ban on caribou hunting, but it’s hard to tell fellow First Nation’s people not to hunt.

He does mention a hunting ban worked for the Porcupine caribou herd in Alaska.

To hear more from Adamie Delisle Alaku on the Aboriginal Round Table, Click Here>ON AIR-Adamie-Eng and Inuk-30.04.13

Filed by: Editor
  1. NainNunatsiavutNews wrote:

    on May 1, 2013
    at 8:52 am

    Why is the Innu so stubburn? Why are they so blinded?

  2. Tuktu me, what ya herd? | TheIndependent.ca wrote:

    on May 10, 2013
    at 12:52 pm

    [...] a million animals from the province.  It was barely even covered in Labrador – by The Aurora and OK Society. I don’t think my interest in the Caribou is just a bias [...]

  3. [...] a million animals from the province. It was barely even covered in Labrador – by The Aurora and OK Society. I don’t think my interest in the Caribou is just a bias [...]

  4. Editor wrote:

    on June 14, 2013
    at 5:59 pm

    We already posted this comment but keep them coming. We consider this a very important issue as well. Morris

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