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Reminder - for all NStQ members living in the Lower Mainland area. This Treaty Update Meeting with included dinner is happening tomorrow beginning at 5:00pm at the Sandman City Centre on West Georgia Street in Vancouver. ... See MoreSee Less

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This page was created for all NStQ community members to learn about the made-in-BC Treaty Process, and is designed for informational purposes only. If you wish to post questions and/or comments, we will do our best to have an appropriate Treaty Team member review and respond in a respectful and timely manner. Please note: We have a "zero tolerance policy" for offensive and/or abusive comments toward our staff, other community members, or our organizations. All abusive comments/questions will be removed.

A significant amount of treaty information can be found on our NStQ Treaty Group Website www.NStQTreaty.ca

As we move forward in the six-stage treaty process, information will be added to the website which you will be able to access as an NStQ member. If you are not yet registered, click on the "register" tab at the top of the homepage and once registration is approved, you will find a host of detailed treaty information in the "members" section. Or, if you prefer hard copies of information to have in your hands, you may contact your bands’ Treaty Team for specific information which can be delivered or mailed to you directly. You may also pick information up directly from your band office. Kukstsemc
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Check out the latest news from the BC Treaty Commission in its Fall Newsletter online. Click the link here to read: http://bit.ly/2deYV3z
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The BC Treaty Commission's fall newsletter, Update, is now available to read online! In this issue: Tla'amin Final Agreement effective date celebration, BCTC at the United Nations, treaty anniversarie...

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** Vancouver - Urban Members Treaty Update Meeting **
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Come out for a great dinner with friends and be updated on NStQ Treaty process, what's next, and to meet the new NStQ Chief Negotiator, Robert (Bob) Moraes.
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    27sep5:00 pm- 8:00 pmNStQ Urban Member - Treaty Update Meeting (Vancouver)