First Nations in Treaty Process
The Ministry of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation negotiates treaties to create economic certainty over Crown land and resources. Treaties and other agreements stimulate investment, create jobs and expand economies in communities throughout British Columbia and provide a better quality of life for Aboriginal people.
First Nations treaties outside the British Columbia Treaty Commission process:
The following First Nations are participating in or have completed the six stage treaty process.
Ratified and implemented
- Tsawwassen First Nation - April 3, 2009
- Maa-nulth First Nations - April 1, 2011
- Tla'amin Nation (Sliammon) - April 5, 2016
In ratification process
- Yekooche First Nation
- K'ómoks First Nation
- In-SHUCK-ch Nation
- Te'mexw Treaty Association
- Wuikinuxv First Nation
- Kitselas Nation
- Kitsumkalum First Nation
The B.C. Treaty Commission provides up-to-date negotiations information for all First Nations participating in each stage of the treaty process.