Services and information
Funding and support to Mi`kmaq, Maliseet and Passamaquoddy Indigenous communities in the Atlantic.
Funding for building capacity of commercial fisheries and co-management for West Coast First Nations.
Funding for development of Northern Indigenous-owned communal commercial fishing enterprises and aquaculture operations.
Our plan to build a renewed relationship with Indigenous peoples across all areas of the Department—fisheries, oceans, aquatic habitat and marine waterways.
Thirty-four First Nations in the Maritimes and Gaspé region, and the Peskotomuhkati, have a treaty right to fish in pursuit of a moderate livelihood.
Overview of how fishing for food, social and ceremonial purposes is protected under the Constitution.
Find background and updates on the collaborative process to review, co-develop and co-deliver DFO's Indigenous programs.
Strategy objectives and outcomes.
Renew commercial communal fishing licences using the National Online Licensing System.
Supports Indigenous groups as they develop, grow and maintain aquatic resource and oceans management departments.
Protection funding for aquatic species at risk, project priority areas, contacts and application dates.
Supporting the diversification and expansion of Indigenous marine-related service industries.
Lists of treaties in British Columbia and Yukon that contain Aboriginal fisheries agreements.
About the program, selection criteria and how to apply for funding.
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