Sechelt Indian Band

Sechelt Indian Band

Sechelt traditional lands and waters located around the Sechelt Peninsula in the Sunshine Coast. Sechelt treaty table achieved an Agreement in Principle and later decided to step back from treaty negotiations. In 1986 Sechelt became self-governing when it ratified the Sechelt Indian Band Self-Government Act. There are approximately 1,370 Sechelt members.

Sechelt has overlapping and/or shared territory with its First Nation neighbours: Nanoose, Squamish and Tla’amin.

BC Treaty Commission Contacts

Mark Smith , 604-482-9200
General Counsel & Director of Process

Contacts Information

P.O. Box 740 5555 Hwy. 101
Sechelt, BC V0N 3A0
Phone: 1 866 885 2275, 604 885 2273
Fax: 604 885 3490

Current Stage of Nation

Stage 4

Negotiation Stage Process

Stage 1: Statement of Intent
Stage 2: Readiness
Readiness documents accepted as complete
First Nation
09/30/94
BC
11/03/94
Canada
12/13/94
Table Declared Ready
12/13/94
Tripartite Procedural Agreements Signed
Procedures Agreement
08/13/95
Information Sharing Principles
08/13/95
Stage 3: Framework Agreement
Initialled
12/14/94
Signed
08/13/95
Stage 4: Agreement-in-Principle
Initialled
Signed
04/16/99
Stage 5: Final Agreement
Initialled
Signed
Stage 6: Treaty Implemented

Address

700-1111 Melville Street
Vancouver BC
V6E 3V6
604 482 9200

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