Tla'amin Nation

Tla'amin Nation

The Tla’amin Final Agreement took effect on April 5, 2016. Tla’amin Nation, Canada, and British Columbia are over one year into the implementation of their new relationship. 

Tla’amin traditional territory is around the Powell River area, including Lasqueti and Texada Islands, and down through Cortes Island and the Comox Valley. There are approximately 1,085 Tla’amin citizens. 

Tla’amin has overlapping and/or shared territory with its First Nation neighbours: Hul’qumi’num, K’ómoks, Klahoose, Kwiakah, Homalco, Sechelt, Snaw-naw-AS, We Wai Kai, Wei Wai Kum, and Qualicum.

BC Treaty Commission Contacts

Jerry Lampert , 604-482-9200
Commissioner

Contacts Information

4779 Klahanie Road
Powell River, BC V8A 0CA
Phone: 604 483 9646, Toll Free 1 877 483 9646
Fax: 604 483 9769

Current Stage of Nation

Stage 6

Negotiation Stage Process

Stage 1: Statement of Intent
Stage 2: Readiness
Readiness documents accepted as complete
First Nation
01/10/96
BC
01/10/96
Canada
01/10/96
Table Declared Ready
01/10/96
Tripartite Procedural Agreements Signed
Procedures Agreement
09/13/95
Information Sharing Principles
09/13/95
Stage 3: Framework Agreement
Initialled
03/18/96
Signed
05/27/96
Stage 4: Agreement-in-Principle
Stage 5: Final Agreement
Stage 6: Treaty Implemented

Address

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

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