This Claim is located in the Mackenzie River region of the Western Arctic. The agreement was signed in September of 1993. In exchange for ceding, releasing and surrendering to Canada all of their Aboriginal claims, rights, title and interests, the Agreement provides the Sahtu with:
The Sahtu boundary surveys combined some conventional line cutting and isolated boundary corners, defined by either geographic coordinates or intersections of geographic coordinates with natural features. RTK-GPS was employed in establishing isolated boundary corners and some natural features, while static GPS was employed for the final surveyed positions.
Underhill completed 12 contracts to survey the boundaries of this claim from 1995 to 2003. These surveys involved: