About the Haida Gwaii Management Council
On December the 11th, 2009, the Council of the Haida Nation (Haida Nation) and the Province of British Columbia (BC) signed the Kunst'aa guu-Kunst'aayah Reconciliation Protocol. This Protocol, whose title means " the beginning " is a commitment by the Haida Nation and B.C. (collectively referred to as the Parties) includes developing a process, the Haida Gwaii Management Council, focusing on shared decision making at the strategic level regarding resource use on Haida Gwaii.
2017 Haida Gwaii Proposed Land Use Objectives Order – Public Review and Comment
Some land use objectives in the Haida Gwaii Land Use Objectives Order, which were established in December of 2010 and amended in April 2014, are proposed to be amended. The proposed objectives deal with objectives for Haida traditional forest features, aquatic habitats, fish habitat, black bear dens, and Northern goshawk. Other amendments include changes to schedules, refining definitions, and the addition of a new objective regarding the submission of digital data for the purpose of monitoring.
The public is invited to comment on the proposed amendments to the order for a 60-day review period, commencing February 3, 2017 and ending April 4, 2017. Copies of the amended draft order, associated schedules and further information can be accessed on the Land Use Orders page.
Comments may be submitted to the Haida Gwaii Management Council by email at: email@example.com
Council of the Haida Nation
The Province of BC