Tab 2

PowerPoint Presentation: BC's First Modern Treaty
President Eva Clayton, Nisga'a Lisims Government, New Aiyansh, BC
11 Slides

Tab 3

PowerPoint Presentation: Internal and External Consultation With Historical Katzie Values
John Burns, Donovan & Company, Vancouver, BC
Chief Grace Cunningham, Katzie First Nation, Pitt Meadows, BC
Stacey Goulding,  Katzie First Nation, Pitt Meadows, BC
12 Slides

Tab 4

PowerPoint Presentation: Treaties and Self-Government  as a Means of Implementing UNDRIP
Melissa Louie, Morgan & Associates, West Vancouver BC
13 Slides

Tab 5

PowerPoint Presentation: Indigenous Rights Recognition in Treaty Negotiations
Chief Commissioner Celeste Haldane, BC Treaty Commission, Vancouver, BC
10 Slides

PowerPoint Presentation: Recognition and Reconciliation of Rights Policy for Treaty Negotiations in British Columbia
Cheryl Casimer, First Nations Summit, West Vancouver, BC
11 Slides

Tab 6

PowerPoint Presentation: Crane Swing and Shoring Easements
Alex Fane, Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP, Vancouver, BC
Sarah McCalla Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP, Vancouver, BC
17 Slides

Tab 6

PowerPoint Presentation: Implementing Modern Day Treaties
Angela Wesley, BC Treaty Commission, Vancouver, BC
46 Slides

Tab 7

PowerPoint Presentation: Alliance of BC Modern Treaty Nations
Dillon Johnson, Temixw Planning Ltd./Tla/amin Nation, North Vancouver, BC
Tejas Madhur, Tsawwwassen First Nation, Vancouver, BC
9 Slides

Tab 8

Recognition and Reconciliation of Rights Policy for Treaty Negotiations in British Columbia
Endorsed by the Principals on September 4, 2019
14 Pages

 Tab 9

PowerPoint Presentation: Resolving Overlap Issues for Nation Building
Mark Smith, BC Treaty Commission, Vancouver, BC
28 Slides

 Tab 10

PowerPoint Presentation: SHÍSHÁLH NATION - Evolution of Self-Government
Rosanne Kyle, Mandell Pinder LLP, Vancouver, BC
Jasmine Paul, shíshálh Nation, Sechelt, BC
Chief Warren Paull, shíshálh Nation, Sechelt, BC
21 Slides

 Tab 11

Presentation Notes: Economic Development Post-Treaty - Developing an Independent Economy and Achieving Economic Self-Sufficiency
John Jack, Huu-ay-aht First Nations, Vancouver Island, BC
6 Pages