18. The right to harvest includes:
(a) the right to possess and use all equipment needed to exercise that right except any explosive, poison, firearm connected to a trap or remote control, automatic weapon, tracer bullet, non-expanding ball ammunition, air-gun or other similar equipment specified by regulation;
(b) the right to travel and establish such camps as are necessary to exercise that right;
(c) the use of traditional hunting, fishing and trapping methods and methods in use as of 11 November 1975, except where such methods affect public safety;
(d) the right to possess and transport within the Territory the products of the exercise of that right;
(e) the exclusive right the Native people have to trap, including for commercial purposes.