Procedure and Evidence

18. (21) The hearing of the Arbitration Board shall cornmence with the party initiating the arbitration presenting its case summarized in writing and supported by witnesses available for cross-examination. The other party or parties shall similarly present their cases followed by any intervenor. The claimant shall have a final right of rebuttal after which argument shall be made by the parties in the same order, consisting of a summary of the facts alleged and an explanation of any legal propositions advanced.

Award and Costs

18. (27) The panel shall make its award in writing within three (3) months after the hearing or at any other date to which all the parties to the arbitration agree in writing.

18. (28) Notice of the award shall be delivered to all parties to the arbitration and shall be enforced in the same manner as a judgement or an order of a Court

18. (29) Subject to subsection (31), the award of the Arbitration Board is final and binding on all parties and on any persons claiming under the parties.

AGREEMENT APPROVAL PROCESS

19. (1) The purpose of this section is to set out the process to be followed by Canada and COPE in seeking approval of this Agreement. The parties agree that the principles guiding this process are:

(a) that best efforts are to be made to ensure that all Inuvialuit eligible to vote on the approval of this Agreement are informed of that right;

(b) that best efforts are to be made to explain to all Inuvialuit eligible to vote on the substance and effect or this Agreement; and

TRANSITIONAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL PROVISIONS

20. (1) This Agreement is not intended to inhibit or advance the devolution or transfer of the jurisdiction or powers of Canada on or to the Government of the Yukon Territory or the Government of the Northwest Territories.

20. (2) Canada agrees that, where its jurisdiction or powers devolve on or are transferred to other governments. it shall ensure that such devolution or transfer does not prejudicially affect the carrying out of its obligations under this Agreement.

ANNEX A-1

ANNEX A-1

[Adjusted Boundary]

Description of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region

That region described as follows:

Commencing at the point of intersection between the Yukon Territory/Alaska boundary and the shore of the Beaufort Sea;

thence southerly along said boundary to its intersection with the line of the watershed separating the streams flowing into the Porcupine River from those flowing into the Mackenzie River and the Beaufort Sea, said intersection being at approximate 68°33'25';

ANNEX A-2

ANNEX A-2

[Original Boundary]

Description of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region

That region described as follows:

Commencing at the point of intersection between the Yukon Territory/Alaska boundary and the shore of the Beaufort Sea;

thence southerly along said boundary to its intersection with the line of the watershed separating the streams flowing into the Porcupine River from those flowing into the Mackenzie River and the Beaufort Sea, said intersection being at approximate 68°33'25";

ANNEX E-1

ANNEX E-1

Registration SOR/80-198 27 March, 1980

Territorial Lands Act

Yukon Placer Mining Act

Prohibition and Withdrawal of Certain Lands from Disposal Order, 1980. No. 1

P.C 1980-679 20 March, 1980

ANNEX F-1

ANNEX F-1

Aklavik 7(1)(a) Land

In the Northwest Territories;

in the District of Mackenzie:

in the Mackenzie Delta:

All that parcel of land in the Mackenzie Delta according to edition 1 of the National Topographic Series Maps of Aklavik — 107B and Blow River — 117A, produced at a scale of 1:250,000 by the Surveys and Mapping Branch, Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, Ottawa, as said parcel may be more particularly described as follows:

ANNEX G-1

ANNEX G-1

Inuvik 7(1)(a) Land

In the Northwest Territories;

in the District of Mackenzie:

in the Mackenzie Delta and Caribou Hills;

All that parcel of land in the Mackenzie Delta and Caribou Hills according to National Topographic Series Maps of Aklavik — 107B. edition 1 and Mackenzie Delta — 107C, edition 2. produced at a scale of 1:250,000 by the Surveys and Mapping Branch of the Department of Energy. Mines and Resources. Ottawa, as said parcel may be more particularly described as follows: