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CH. Lands Vol. III - 94-96

File contains records relating to the framework agreement on land management between First Nations and the Canadian Government. Included in the file is correspondence, news releases, draft and copy of framework agreement, and other records.

Lands Act C-75 12/96

File contains records related to First Nations Land Management. Included in the file is a news release, a copy of Bill C-75, and a framework agreement on First Nation Land Management between the Government of Canada and the First Nations of Westbank, Musqueam, Lheit Lit'en, N'Quatqua, Squamish, Siksika, Muskoday, Cowessess, Opaskwayak Cree, Nipissing, Mississaugas of Scugog Island, Chippewas of Mnjikaning, and Chippewas of Georgina Island.

Xting 84 Vol. I

First of two folders filled with materials from the November 1984 Assembly of First Nations conference on Land Claims and Extinguishment. Also in the file are meeting notes from the Land Claims Steering Committee meetings held in October of that year.

B. C. Treaty Comm Vol. II

File contains records related to the British Columbia Treaty Commission (BCTC). Included in the file are news releases and clippings, as well as:
1) brochures "Treaties in British Columbia" and "Treaty Making" from the First Nations Summit Perspective
2) brochure "The British Columbia Treaty Commission" from the UBCIC
3) brochure "Treaty Negotiations in B. C. ' an Overview" from the Federal Treaty Negotiation Office
4) "BCTC & The Land Question"
5) "BCTC 1997 Annual Report excerpts
6) Report on the Treaty Process in British Columbia
7) Musqueam Indian Band - Band Council Resolution
8) Understanding the B. C. Treaty Process - an opportunity for dialogue
9) newsletter "British Columbia Treaty Commission update"

Guerin - Musqueam

File contains copies of the judgement, commentary, and analysis on the Supreme Court of Canada ruling in Delbert Guerin, Joseph Becker, Eddie Campbell, Mary Charles, Gertrude Guerin and Gail Sparrow suing on their own behalf and on the behalf of all other members of the Musqueam Indian Band v. Her Majesty the Queen and The National Indian Brotherhood (Intervenors).