Chisasibi Protected Areas & Proposals
The Cree Communities of Eeyou Istchee along with the Cree Nation Government have taken the initiative to develop a conservation strategy to meet our goals to conserve our land as much as possible by means of creating protected areas recognized by the Quebec Government and by adopting international practices that fit our needs to achieve our dream of keeping our lands intact for future generations.
Lowlands of the Grande Rivière Natural Province. Land reserved for the Lac-Burton, Rivière Roggan and Pointe-Louis-XIV protected area.read more
The Réserve de biodiversité projetée du Lac-Sérigny is located in the Nord-du-Québec administrative region, between 55°04’ and 55°41’ latitude north and 69°12’ and 70°15’ longitude west, approximately 200 km northeast of the city of Shefferville and the village of Kawawachikamach. It covers an area of 3 259, 9 km² in the unincorporated territory of Rivière-Koksoak, under the responsibility of the Kativik Regional Government.read more