In Canada there is a duty to consult and engage with First Nations, Inuit, Métis, Northerns, and the public regarding any Government activity that might adversely impact Indigenous people or their treaty rights, under the Constitution Act. This duty to consult is important for businesses who may need to use Crown land for purposes such a mining, forestry, drilling, etc.
Government of Canada and the Duty to Consult
Source: McGill Library
An interactive map that can be used to find the traditional territories and land agreements for Indigenous peoples in North and South America, Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific.
Courtesy: McGill Library