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Title: Documents relating to the negotiation of interim measures agreement and establishment of the central region board.

Year: 1994

Author(s): [British Columbia. Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs]

Type: Government File

Description:
Contains : 1 p. report summarizing statements made by Premier at a meeting with the Central Region Tribes, 10/05/94 ; 2 p. report summarizing Interim Measures Agreement, n.d. ; 1 p. report titled : "Background : Important Dates in Clayoquot Sound," n.d. ; 1 p. letter from John Walsh to Dirt Ministry Deputies re : Implementation of CS IMA with the Central Region Tribes of the Nuu-chah-nulth, n.d. ; 1 p. notes from joint public information meeting with Tofino and Ucluelet Councils, 10/06/94 ; 1 p. schematic diagram of Central Region Board and ties to other levels of government, n.d. ; 1 p. report summarizing CRB objectives, n.d. ; 1 p. notes from meeting about CRB plans, n.d. ; 1 p. memo from Joy Illington, Assistant Deputy Minister, MAA, to Christine Lattey re : Nuu-chah-nulth (NTC) First Nations Proposal, 08/25/94 ; 2 p. report titled : "Clayoquot Sound Backgrounder," by Jenny Fraser, Communications Manager, Intergovernmental Relations, MoF, 09/13/94 ; 2 p. notes by Christine Lattey relating to Backgrounder report, n.d. ; 2 p. report titled : "Backgrounder : Coastal Temperate Rainforest," by Andy Mackinnon, MoF, 08/10/94 ; 17 p. report titled : "Follow-up Report Regarding the Clayoquot Sound Interim Measures Agreement," by MAA, 07/25/94 ; 2 p. letter from Darlene Marzari, Minister, to Hugh Anderson, Chair, Regional District of Alberni-Clayoquot, re : Implications of IMA for authority of regional districts, 08/16/94 ; 1 p. interoffice memo from Jenny Fraser to government staff re : Joint information meetings planned, 07/20/94 ; 1 p. report regarding media inquiries relating to IMA, 08/02/94 ; 5 p. notes for Premier's speech in California, 07/07/94 ; 5 p. report titled : "Joint Action Plan : Appointment of the Central Region Board," 06/09/94 ; 1 p. notes on possible questions from the public regarding IMA, n.d. ; 4 p. material relating to follow-up report on IMA, 06/09/94; 14 p. uncatalogued material.

 

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Title: Clayoquot Sound Controversy

Year: 1994

Author(s): Ian Woods

Type: Manuscript

 

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Title: Workshop Report of the Kennedy Lake Salmonid Technical Working Group, September 13, 1994, Tofino

Year: 1994

Author(s): I. Parnell; D.R. Marmorek

Type: Report (published)

Description:
From page 2:"In early 1992, the Tla-o-qui-aht First nation and Ecotrust formed the Kennedy Lake Technical Working group(KLTWG). The long term goal of the working group is to rebuild Kennedy Lake sockeye stocks to levels that can again sustain a healthy fishery for Native fishers and other fishing interests.

 

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Title: An Assessment of the Vertebrate Ecology of the Tofino Creek Watershed, Vancouver Island, BC

Year: 1994

Author(s): Todd E. Manning, Branta Educational Consultants

Type: Report (unpublished)

Description:
"A one year research project was conducted in the Tofino Creek watershed on western Vancouver Island, British Columbia, during the spring and summer of 1992. The major objectives of this study were to determine the presence and absence of mammals, birds, and amphibians found in different coastal western hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla) and mountain hemlock (T. mertensiana) habitats in the watershed, and to compare the relative abundance of forest birds living in these habitats. Specific surveys were conducted for forest spring breeding birds, salamanders, small mammals, owls, and Marbled Murrelets (Brachyramphus marmoratus). Fifty-two species of birds were detected in eight habitat types throughout the valley between May and July, 1992.

 

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Title: Workshop Report of the Kennedy Lake Salmonid Technical Working Group, March 10-11, 1994, Tofino

Year: 1994

Author(s): Daniel Bouillon; D.R. Marmorek

Type: Report (published)

Description:
From page 1:"This report describes the results of the third workshop of the Kennedy Lake Technical Working Group, held in Tofino March 10-11, 1994.

 

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Title: Greetings from Tofino.

Year: 1993

Author(s): David Beers

Type: Journal Article

 

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Title: Reasons for sentencing of the Honourable Mr. Justice Bouck

Year: 1993

Author(s): Mr. Justice Bouck

Type: Report (unpublished)

Description:
Reasons for sentencing Yvonne Marie Kato, Jennifer Maxwell, Andrew Stevenson, Jonathan Pulker, Margaret Schmidt, Marcelle Bodman, Leesa Heyward, Todd Andrew Richer, Robert Jeffrey Light, Luz Miriam Meyer, and Faith Moonsang. Dates and Place of hearing : October 6, 1993 to October 13, 1993, Victoria, B.C.

 

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Title: Reasons for Judgement of the Honourable Mr. Justice Bouck

Year: 1993

Author(s): Mr. Justice Bouck

Type: Report (unpublished)

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Reasons for judgement of Yvonne Marie Kato, Jennifer Maxwell, Andrew Stevenson, Jonathan Pulker, Margaret Schmidt, Marcelle Bodman, Leesa Heyward, Todd Andrew Richer, Luz Miriam Meyer, and Faith Moonsang. Dates and Place of hearing : 08/30/93 and 10/06/93, Victoria, B.C.

 

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Title: Canadians clash over future of forests

Year: 1993

Author(s): Mark Clayton

Type: Journal Article

 

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Title: The women of Clayoquot

Year: 1993

Author(s): Cheryll Coull

Type: Journal Article

 

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Title: A forest fable : tree-huggers confront tree-cutters on Vancouver Island

Year: 1993

Author(s): Bob Levin

Type: Journal Article

 

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Title: A forest fable : tree-huggers confront tree-cutters on Vancouver Island

Year: 1993

Author(s): Bob Levin

Type: Journal Article

 

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Title: A forest fable : tree-huggers confront tree-cutters on Vancouver Island

Year: 1993

Author(s): Bob Levin

Type: Journal Article

 

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Title: Not guilty : a newsletter for Clayoquot arrestees and supporters

Year: 1993

Type: Newsletter

 

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Title: Community tourism action workshop

Year: 1993

Author(s): British Columbia. Ministry of Tourism

Type: Manuscript

Description:
A conference package from the Community Tourism Action Workshop for Tofino.

 

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Title: Order, before the honourable chief justice.

Year: 1993

Type: Report (unpublished)

Description:
Court order of 07/16/93, requiring "that the defendants [Sheila Simpson et al.] and all persons having notice of this order be restrained . . . [from blocking the road]." - from p. 2.

 

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Title: Reasons for Judgement of the Honourable Mr. Justice Low

Year: 1993

Type: Report (unpublished)

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Reasons for judgement of Booth, Cirella, Czuchnowsky, Freedman, Hurst, Murphy, Shankman, Watson, Boxwell, Connell, De Carteret Feit, Faris, McIntyre, Miller, Neilson, Olesko, Phillips, Bowers, Gregg, Hayward, King, Rolls, Shaw, Foreman, Krajnc, Schuster, and Tetenman. Dates and Place of hearing : October 5, 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, 15, and 18, 1993, Victoria, B.C.

 

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Title: Battle for Clayoquot Sound

Year: 1993

Author(s): John Vidal

Type: Journal Article

 

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Title: A Survey of the Composition and Structure of Forest Ecosystems in the Tofino Creek Watershed on Vancouver Island - Final Draft

Year: 1993

Author(s): Alexander E. Inselberg

Type: Report (unpublished)

 

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Title: Living on Earth

Year: 1993

Author(s): National Public Radio

Type: Audio

Description:
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Title: Re : final draft of the official community plan

Year: 1992

Author(s): Shelly Thibodeau

Type: Correspondence

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"The final draft OCP documents have arrived for your review and are enclosed with the following information: minutes of all OCP Committee minutes [meetings]; letters from Gerard that were dealt with during meetings; summary of comments from the public. Please review the final draft documents and schedules in detail, making notes on any concerns you may have." - from p. 1.

 

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Title: Clayoquot Sound Sustainable Development Strategy

Year: 1992

Type: Report (unpublished)

Description:
Direct transcript of hearing.

 

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Title: A Brief Report Describing an Examination of the Extent of Ambrosia Beetle Attack in an Area of Wind Thrown Trees in the Tofino Area of British Columbia

Year: 1992

Author(s): Jerry A. Carlson, Phero Tech Inc.

Type: Report (unpublished)

Description:
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Title: The Challenge of Forest Stewardship in British Columbia

Year: 1992

Author(s): Melanie Platz

Type: Academic Thesis

Description:
Forestry has been the leading resource sector in British Columbia for over a century. Until recently, the province's forests were viewed as a limitless resource, and management activities focused exclusively on timber production, with little consideration for non-timber forest values or uses. Since the 1940s, provincial policy has encouraged private sector control of forest resources. Consequently, the provincial forest industry is now dominated by large timber companies, many of them foreign-owned. In 1991, the British Columbia Forest Resources Commission released a report revealing widespread public discontent with both the tenure system, and with corporate management of forest resources . One of the most contentious issues is the conversion of old-growth forests to intensively managed tree farms. While this approach maximized timber production, it adversely affects the non-timber values associated with natural forest ecosystems. With most of the old growth in the province slated for harvest, the public is now demanding a greater balance between the social, ecological and economic benefits provided by old-growth forests. Despite these changing public perceptions, the government has failed to integrate non-timber forest values into forets planning and management. The lack of opportunity for the public to participate effectively in these processes has led to a growing number of resource conflicts in the province. It is the premise of this paper that forest management in British Columbia does not adequately address social and ecological considerations in forest planning and management. The challenge of forest stewardship is therefore two-fold. If forests are to be sustained, and managed for commodity and non-commodity values, then forestry practices must be based on sound ecological principles. And if forestry is to be equitable, then the public must be incorporated as part of the decision-making process. The purpose of this paper is to explore these two themes. The first chapter traces the evolution of corporate control in the forest sector, and considered the impacts of corporate concentration on forest-dependent communities. THe policy of sustained-yield in British Columbia forms the basis for the current tenure system, and the role of this policy in converting old-growth forests to tree farms is examined. The second chapter introduces the concept of biological diversity and explores the ecology of old-growth forests. Traditional forest management has worked to simplify forest ecosystems--and approach which fails to integrate non-timber forest values. The differences between natural and managed forests are discussed, and the opportunity for maintaining biological diversity in managed forests is considered through a management approach known as the "new forestry." The opportunities for public involvement are reviewed in the third chapter, and a number of options for reforming the decision-making process are outlined. Chapter Four presents a case study of integrated resource planning for the Tofino Creek watershed on Vancouver island. The Tofino Creek Planning Process provided an opportunity for community involvement, and for the integration of all resource values in the watershed. The purpose of this chapter is to analyze the effectiveness of the Tofino Creek Planning Process at meeting these objectives. The Tofino Creek Integrated Resource Management Strategy is also examined for its effectiveness at incorporating ecological values. In the concluding chapter, the Tofino Creek Planning Process is considered in light of broader constraints. This chapter offers some thoughts on the challenges to implementing a more socially- and ecologically-responsible form of forest stewardship.

 

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Title: Seasonal abundance and biomass of birds in eelgrass habitats in Browning Passage on the west coast of Vancouver Island.

Year: 1991

Author(s): Rob Butler, Canadian Wildlife Service; Adrian Dorst; Mark Hobson

Type: Proceedings

Description:
abstract: The Western Sandpiper Calidris mauri was the most abundant bird species seen in Browning Passage over a one year period and was most plentiful in April and August. Shorebirds as a group made up less than 2 percent of the annual bird biomass. Geese, diving ducks, and dabbling ducks made up nearly 34 percent of all birds seen through the year and nearly 80 percent of the bird biomass. They were least abundant in summer. pp109-113.