Woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) Aboriginal traditional knowledge summary reports

The Summary Reports presented in this document were gathered for the purposes of recovery of Woodland caribou, boreal population.

These reports were compiled in September 2011 by Environment Canada.

This report is a compilation of the Aboriginal traditional knowledge summary reports that Environment Canada received across the country without alteration or interpretation. Where Aboriginal groups/organizations did not want their information represented in this public compilation report, an acknowledgement page has been inserted to recognize the work and contributions of those knowledge holders. The Aboriginal traditional knowledge present in these summary reports was gathered for the purposes of boreal caribou recovery. Each Aboriginal group holds the copyright to their respective summary report and anyone wanting to use this information will have to contact the individual Aboriginal groups for permission to use it.

The Aboriginal traditional summary reports by the First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Sustainable Development Institute and Le Bureau du Nionwentsïo Conseil de la Nation huronne-Wendat were submitted to Environment Canada in French and were translated by Environment Canada into English. To read these reports in their original language, please refer to the French edition of Aboriginal Traditional Knowledge Summary Report on Woodland Caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou), Boreal Population on the Public Registry. The remaining summary reports were submitted to Environment Canada in English.

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