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July 15, 2015 - Sept. 18, 2015

APPLY! The Treaty Commission is Hiring a Full-Time Process Advisor

Join our team! The Process Advisor is a key member of a small team that assists the Treaty Commission in carrying out its mandate. Applicants should have knowledge of First Nations issues and the BC treaty negotiations process, and a bachelor's degree or extensive related work experience.

July 23, 2015

Treaty Commission Congratulates Parties on Wuikinuxv Agreement-in-Principle Signing

VANCOUVER - Today is a significant occasion for Wuikinuxv Nation, British Columbia and Canada. The Treaty Commission congratulates all three parties on signing an Agreement-in-Principle (AiP).

June 22, 2015

A Renewed Time of Reconciliation for All Canadians

VANCOUVER – The Treaty Commission urges all Canadians to reflect on National Aboriginal Day and National Aboriginal History Month, and the recent report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

April 10, 2015

Treaty Commission Congratulates Parties on Te'Mexw Agreement in Principle Signing

VANCOUVER – Thursday, April 9, 2015 marks an important day for the five communities that make up the Te'Mexw Treaty Association, and for Canada and British Columbia.

April 8, 2015

The True Investment in Treaty Negotiations

VANCOUVER – Wednesday, April 8, 2015. Recently there have been incorrect reports about the number of First Nations in the treaty negotiations process and the amount of money spent.
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