Celebrated T’exelec member Morris Bates passed away in Maple Ridge. Bates opened at the Silver Slipper Casino in Las Vegas Nevada in
Stswecem’c/Xgat’tem member Phyllis Webstad and former CRD director Joan Sorely were recognized in a ceremony at the 9th Annual NStQ Citizens Assembly
Bill C-386 National Day of Truth & Reconciliation (Orange Shirt Day) legislation passes the 3 rd and final reading in the House
The Government of Canada’s federal budget is released that forgives the accumulated treaty debt of the NStQ equaling over $32 million dollars.
An historic milestone in treaty negotiations is marked in a ceremony hosted by Tsq’escen’ (Canim Lake). Signing the Agreement in Principle were:
The disrupted AiP referendum vote of February 11 th is re-held in Williams Lake. The referendum is passed.
The Agreement in Principle Referendum Vote is held. The question on the ballot was, “Do you support the recommendation of Leadership Council
BC Minister of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation, John Rustad, reassures NStQ Chiefs that BC wants to discuss improvements to the Treaty Process
BC vetoes the appointment of George Abbott to the BC Treaty Commission with BC Premier Christy Clark saying that BC is ready
Parties’ Chief Negotiators initial the AiP and sign a Letter of Understanding that address’ Final Agreement negotiations.