NOR'IHERN SECWEPEMC TE QELMUCW TREAI'Y

NEGOTIATIONS
CANADA-B RITISH COLU MBIA
AGREHM ENT-IN-PRINCI PI,E SETTLEMI]NT OFFHR

February L2,2009

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Recording or video taping of this event is by agreernent of the Chief Negotiators.
Recording or video taping is for historical purposes only and does not constitute any form
of admission of liability or record of agreement. The offer referred to herein is not legally
binding, is without preiudice and confidential.

SCHEDULE 2
First Nation Funding Agreement Amendment (FNA)

Extension Agreement
THIS EXTENSION AGREEMENT IS DATED FOR REFERENCE this
.2006

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AMONG:
NORTHERN SHUSWAP TRIBAL COUNCIL SOCIETY, FORMERLY KNOWN AS
("First Nation")
CARIBOO TRIBAL COUNCIL
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NORTHERN SHUSWAP TREATY SOCIETY, FORMERLY KNOWN AS CARIBOO
TRIBAL COUNCIL TREATY SOCIETY
("First Nation Association")
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THE BRITISH COLUMBIA TREATY

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HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN IN RIGHT OF CANADA.
as represented by the Minister of Indian Affairs and Northem Development ("Canada")

BACKGROUND:

A.

There are Cumulative Liabilities in the total principal amount of $14,507,068.08 which
are more particularly described in Attachment "A" attached to this Agreement;

B.

By virtue of the First Loan Advance Date being September 22, 1994, the Cumulative
Liabilities vvill be due and payable under section 13.1(b) of First Nation Negotiation
Support Agreements or section 4.6.1(a) of First Nation Loan Agreements on September
22,2006.

C.

The parties wish to enter into this Agreement to extend the date when the Cumulative
Liabilities will be due and payable under section l3.l(b) of First Nation Negotiation
Support Agreements or section 4.6.1(a) of First Nation Loan Agreements lor the period
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THE PARTIES TO THIS AGREEMENT, in consideration of the provisions set out below,
agree as

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The parties declare that the background above and the contents of Attachment "A", are
correct in fact.
EXTENSION ACREEMENT (FNA)
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I.

INTRODUC]TION

We would like to begin by expressing our thanks lo the Northem Secwepemc te Qelmuctv (NSIQ),
representing the Tsq'escen, Stsrvecem'c i Xgat'ten, Xats'ull, and T'exelc First Nations, for
hosting us in your tr.aditional tenitory

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thrs important occasion. We acknowledge and thank

Tsq'escen Chief Mike Archie, Sts'"vecem'c .r Xgat'tem Chief Marilyn Camille, Xats'ull Chief
Leonard Sellars, T'cxelc ChrefAnn Louie, and the Councillors ofthe respective Bands. We also
acknowledge fonner Chiels Willie Alphonse, Roy Christopher and Hark Adams, other past chief's
and negotiators liorl your communities lvho irave had input since these negotiations began. lVe
acknowledge the support thls table has received from your elected ol'ficials, elders and commullity
rrernbers rvho reguiarly attellded thc negotiation sessions. We acknowledge the dedication and
hald'"vork of the NSIQ Negotjatofs Gr-,rclon I(eener, Elizabeth Pete. Agness Jack, Ulban
Replesentative Jake Archre as weil as your Lead Negotiator Jun Doswcll.
Canaria ancl Bdtish Clolulllbia are pleased to present this joint land and cash offer to the I sq'escen,

Stslvecem'c / Xgat'tem, Xats'Lrll, ancl l'exelc iiir-st Nations i the cotltext of Agreemetrt-inPrincip)e negotiations $,ith the Northerl Secweperrtc te Qel:rucw (NStQ) in fie British Columbia
'l'leaty Conllnission (tsC lC) process. While lve are not giving specific expressiiltl to the chapter
rvork conrpleted to datc, in oul view it rvould lbnn an essential part oian Agt eenrent-il- Principle.
This olGr is ntade on a rvithout prcjudice basrs and is conditional on the parties resolving all issues
in the negotiations, inchrding existing encumbrauces t;n Clrown land. 'fhe oflet'aucl an Agreenlenttn-Principlc arc uot legally bindrng. t)nly a ratiiled Final Agreenrent ncgotiatetl on the basis ofan
;\greernent-in-Pr-inciple rvould become lcgally binding. This Agrcemcnt-in-P nciple oflbr. and
more particularly the land and cash conlpol)eu1s. is presented in contidence, tttr yout'consicleratiott.
Cauacla anti British Columbia are hopeful ofreceiviuij a prelirninary or detailed lesponse ttotn yoLt
in the conring months. We rvould be pleased to convene adtlitiolral meetings after today's
presentation, to provide for furlher discussion ancl clar-illcatjon, ifrequested by NStQ.

II.

HISTORICAL OVF]RVIEW OF NEGO'IIATIONS
NSl(l submitted

of lntent to rlegotiate under the Bntish Ctrlunrbia Treaty
Courrrisston (BCTC)process on January 6, 1994. Tlte Framervork Agreelnent (Stage 3) rvas
signecl on Decenrber 10, 1997 anti thc partics commenced AIP negotiations oll January 2, 1998,
Tire

a Staterrent

In 2005. the land selectiorr process began in earnest - recognising that NStQ had undettaken a
signiticart arnount ofiands rvork in the years prior to 2005. Canada and Britjsh Colurnbia

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acknowledge the sigrliticant ef1brl by NStQ to identify areas of interest for each of the
m,jnlber First Nations ol' NStQ,
In addition to the fomal Agreernent-in-Principle chapter negotiations, over the past several year'
Canada antl British Columbia have approved liurtiing in thc amount of5490,190 for seven Treaty
Related Measures for the NStQ. This funding has provided NSIQ rvith the resources to conduct
several stuclies rangilg tiom goverlance tg tbstenng strong relationships with neighbouring local
goveml.nents, and to gather infbmration ancl build capaoity rvithin lour communities in prepatation

for tleaty.

III.

APPROACHTOAIPNEGOTIATIONS

'the NStQ Chicf'.s ar.rd Negotiators have articulated a strong interest in concluding an Agreenlentin-Principle a1d ultirnately, a treaty. Our intentior'r in naking this offer today is to he.lp accelerate
the process to achieving that goal. Cianada and British Colurnbia thank the NStQ tbr yc'ur work
qoncenls and desires
an<l commitment to the treaty process. We have listened carefully to your
over the years, and our o ffer takes into account the interests ofyour local colllmunitles aS we
understand then, to rhe extent possible at this tilne. Canada and Bdtish Columbia also recognize
that a number of very inrportant i,ssues remain outstanding that rvill take additional titrre to resolve.
While the Chapter lauguage we have been negotiating to date would fbrm a signiticant part of the
,,\greement-in-Princrple, this offer today is focused on the land and cash oomponents lll the
negotiations following this oft'er, we hope to work quicklv to conclude chapters on ali topics.
rvhich togetlier rvirh land and cash, will tbrrn the Agreement-in-Principle, and ultirnately become
tbe basis ibr negotiating a Final Agrcement. We recognize tlic necd to continue our diligettcc and
creativity to tind solutions for resolving the oulstanding issues, iircluding those related to land, the
cerlainty model. and your interests otT treaty settiemellt land, including protecited areas, gathedltg.
rvildlil'e harvesting, culture and heritage. ln addition, wbile our recent work has not included
resource revenue sharing and tishenes, Canada and B(.1 remain comlnitted lo concluding these
matters through Final Agreernent negotiations.
Canada and British Cotumbia

will

need to continue to consult with local govemments and other

stakeholders in this process. Wc'"vtli need to provide infbrmation to the public in order to build

understanding of and supporl fbr this treaty. Providing opporlunrties fbr public partroipation is
essential. We have heard from our consultations with looal govermenls and other stakehoiders
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tlrere is gcneral support tirr concluding an agreement sooner rather tl.Ian lateri

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treaty negotiations in the Cariboo present significant challenges to the Province in

reconciling competing interests over Crown land use, especially with respect to gazing
tenures;

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because the NSIQ treaty presents new and complex challenges, there is some apprehension

regarding how the harmonization of interests

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will be achieved;

local govemments want to work with their First Nation neighbours tbr mutual benefit; and
the most important outcome of finalized treatics is a stronger and more positive relationship
with NSIQ and its members.

It is noteworthy to mention the important steps you have taken to establish and develop good
working relationships and partnerships with ncighbouring local govemments. British Columbia
encourages the continuation of these eftbrts and is committed to working with local govemments
and NStQ on issues that may arise out of treaty negotiations.

IV.

ELEMENTS oF OT-I.-ER

The details of this Agreement-in-Principle land and cash offer to the NStQ are set out in the
following pages. The elements of thls land and cash offer are:

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A capital transfer;
A land fund (the "Land Fund"); and
Proposed treaty settlement lands ("Proposed Treaty Settlement Lands"), made up of
provincial Crown lands and existing Indian Reserves ofthe four NSIQ Bands.

This document does not address all the outstanding issues. It is the view of Canada and Brittsh
Coiumbia that those issues, while significant, will be resolved through further negotiations.

Capital Transfer
Canada and British Columbia offer a cash capital transt'er to the NStQ in the amount

of $30 million

(Ql 2009S).

The cash capital transfer and the L,and Fund are collectively, the "Capital Transfer".
Values ofthe Capital "fransfer will be adjusted for inflation from the first quarter of2009 to the
treaty elfective date using the Canada Final Domestic Demand Implicit Pnce Index.

The Capital Transfer would be paid out in accordance with a schedule ofpaynents, over a perioc
of time to be negotiated, and will be exempt from taxation. The amounts presented above do not
include amual fiscal transftrs to be negotiated which will support the NSIQ govenment with
program delivery. In addition, treaty implementation I'unding by Canada wrll be negotiated dunng
fi nal aereement discussions.

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The Agreenent-in-Principle wrll also include provisions that address the repayrnent ofnegotiation
loans.

Land Fund
Canada and British Columbia recognize that the lands offered may not meet all the interests

of

NStQ regarding lands. We have heard the NStQ con.rmurrities express interests in a number of
private properties, including ranches and other commercial properties. The Land Furd proposec

would enabie the NStQ to acquire, through a willing seller/willing buyer approach, some key lands
that BC and Canada cannot offer- [n recognition of NStQ interests in owning such key lands, BC
and Canada propose: a l,and Fund ofSl2 milliLrn (Ql 20095) to be paid out in accordance with a
schedule of pay'nrents to be rlegotiated.
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addition to lhe 530 million capital transt'er reterred to abc,ve.

Land
We have come to undersland tl.re great imporlance of the land, or Secrvepemcul'ecw, to the people
of NSIQ through extensive discussions and significant time spent with your members touring the
land. You have told us ofien about the imfortant role that land plays in supporting your cultural
traditions and economic development, as well as pror,iding a community for your members, You
have also cornnrunicated c)early that you require a suf'licient land base to provide for these
interests into the future.

BC and Canada acknowledge the NStQ community-by-commurity approach to identifying
potential treaty lands and we have sought to address to the greatest extent possible the NStQ
interests in a substantive way. The lands r.rtfered to NSIQ are predominantly drau'n ll'orn the
original Areas of Interest that cach NSIQ corrrnunity tabled with BC and Canada and hare been
the focus of intensive analysis aud research leading to this offer.
The Proposed Treaty Settlement Lands are made up ofprovincial Crown land and existing lndian
Resen'es of the four NSIQ Bands and afe set out i the attached tables and maps in Appendices A
andB, The Proposed'Iteaty Settlement Lands total apptoximately 61,749 hectares (see
Appendirres A through E) and consist of the fbllowing:

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Approximately 50.081 hectares ofprovincial Crown land; and,
Approxirnafely I1.668 hectares ofexisting Indian Resen'es of the four NSIQ Bands

Note that the Parties rvill need to flnalise and verifv land parcel boundaries and dimensions.

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Protection of Proposed Treaty Settlement Lands
Once the Parties have signed the Agreement-in-Pnnciple, Canada and British Columbia are
prepared to seek the appropriate authorities to implement a Treaty Related Measure to protect the
Proposed Treaty Settlement Lands. It is contemplated that the protection

will take the form ofa

Act, preventingthe issuance ofany further forest tenures or
harvesting activity on existing tenures. It is fui1her contemplated that Bntish Columbia will put
into place:
Part 13 Designation under the

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A Section 16 Map Reserve under the Land Acl, protecting the lands liorn any
disposition or alienation; and

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A no staking reserve and no disposition notice to protect the subsurlbce resources.

CURRENTINTERESTSoN THE LAND

It wili come as no surprise to you that the Province t-aces serious challenges in offering lands that
are currently encumbered by other interests such as graztng and fbrestry tenures. The Province
still has significant work to do to resolvc those interests. We would like the opportunity in the
coming months to discuss in more detail the issues outlined below that pertain to the lands being
offered today- Developing solutions together that work for all Parties will be essential to achieving
a treaty with NSIQ.
Range and the Ranching Sector Int€rests
We know from speaking with local ranchers and our discussions with you that the NSIQ members
have playcd a major role over the years in the growth the Cariboo ranching industry We have also
heard your interests to be more actively engaged in the ranching scctor. The following issues
remain for the Parties to discuss in detail in the coming months.
Range Licences: The most significant

inpact ofthe land ofl'er to NSIQ will be on the ranching

sector. In developing the land offer, the Province attempted to avoid existing tenures where
possible. Nevertheless, several ranches throughout each ofthe NSIQ First Nation land areas would
be irnpacted. Many ofthese ranches have been in operation for generations and the ranchers'
irvelihood and continued food supply are dependent on continued access to grazing lands. We are
interested in discussing in dctail how some ofthese interests might continuc post treaty and how
those arrangements might be administered.
Fencing; The Proposed Treaty Settlement Lands were not chosen with natural range barriers in
mind. Many ofthe parcels fall in areas where cattle could access treaty settlement land unless

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out. The responsibility for f'encing cattle out has not been clariiied in treaty language nor
have we discussed this aspect in our negotiations. 'fhe Parties will need to look in detail at each
fenced

area to determine rvhether any t'encing rssues exist and how these could be resolved.

Public Access to freaty Settlement Land
Throughout our consultations intemally and with interested stakehoiders, we have heard that
continued access to key areas within the territory is crucial. The public has enjoyed acoess to
lakes tbr tishing and other recreational uses. Access to existing tenures and to NSIQ public treaty
settlement Iands has to some exteut already been agreed llrrough our negotiations ofthe chapter
language. We intend to discuss in more detail the specific Iands jn this offer that we would like
reach agreement for continued public access.
Roads, Forest Roads and

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Utiliff Corridors

'fhe Proviucc wili requirc furlher discussion rvith NSIQ to determine the rights ofway that will be
retained by British Colun.rbia and those that would be included in Proposed'Ireaty Settlement
I-ands and rvhich may require replacement tenures.

Land Use Planning

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he Cariboo Chilcotin Land Use Plan ("CCLUP") was developed independent oftreaty
negotiations and rve undersland that NSIQ has concems regarding its level of input illto the
Cariboo Chilcotin lanrl use planning process. British Columbia would like to work rvith you
respecting continuing concerns and interests relating to site specific CCLUP values that telate to
the Proposed Treaty Settlemeut Lands (old growth forest miuagement areas. ntule deer winter
range. moose habitat, habitat for fish, and but'fers to protect wildlif'e along lakes, and scenic areas).

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Specific Lands Interests

BC and Canada have been consulting with iocal govemments regard'ing the lands in this ofler. 'l'he
Govemments are encouraged by the relationships that have been establislied and strengthened by
NSIQ working with local govemments. As some of the lands are in close proximity to municipal
lands, BC will continue consulting with these governments as necessary regarding their interests.
In some cases, specific parcels now oft'ered have particular interests to a municipal govemnlent or
a regional distdct. We rvili lrave to discuss with you horv those specitic issues can be addressed.

Protected Areas and Conservation Lands
Severai reiatively smali Protectcd Areas remain proposed through the CCLUP process, which
overlap witli Proposed-lreaty Selrlement Lands. In particular, Cariboo Island, the'lvi'ain Islands.
and an area adjaccnl to rhe Flat Lake Provincial Park have been proposed tbr park establishment.

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British columbia would like to have further discussion with NSte regarding prolection of those
areas and public access.
Forest tenures

ofthe lands have an impact on the cutting and road permits ofounent licensecs. The
transition ofany outstanding forestry obligations on lands that become NSte Lands needs further
discussion at the negotiation table and ivith individual licensees.
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SHAREDTERRIToRTESCoNSULTATI0NS

In accordancc with thc Framervork Agreement, Canada and British Columbia encourage NSte to
make best e{lods to resolve all shared territory issues betbre the conclusion ofan Alp among the

Parties. We uuderctancl that NStQ is cngaging other First Nations in discussion. Canada and
British Columbia have legal obligations (o consult with otlrer First ),lations hou'ever, and will seek
to engage with First Nations whosc territory overlaps with that ofthe NStQ during the treaty
negotiations. We will advise NSIQ prior to initiating contact with any other First Nations- 'l'he
outcome ofany such consultations may ilnpact treaty settlement lands under the NStQ Final
Asrecment.

VII.

CoN'cLUsIoN

Canada iurd tsntish Columbra soek consistency and t-aimcss across treaty scttlements in British
Colurnbia. while recognizing that each First Nation and its area ofsettlement is unique. Treaties

rvill have many elements in common, but u'ill not be identical. Negotiators have and will continue
to take the distinctive aspects ofeach community and region of British Colurnbia into
consideration.

We recognize that although this of'l'er represenlts a vital step toward an AlP, in some instances,
there is a lot ot'work to do to accomplish our respective objectives. We are optimistic that a treaty
with the NSTQ is possible, and we want to pursue every possible cffort to achieve this.
We have come forw'ard toda-v- rvith a strong comrnitment to concluding a treaty with the NSTQ.
We look forward to hearing your rcsponse after your consideration of this ofi-er.

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Tsq'escen l1 North of 100 Nlile House and Exeter area

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Tsq'escen 12 Nonh of 100 Mile House and Exeter ar€a

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Tsq'escen 35-lOj-south: south ofnorthem part, and south of DL 8155 private land

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Tsq'escen 35-13: East of H\ry 97- East of35-12; due south
Tsq'escen

36 Adjacenl

I sq escen

3-:

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54.4

188.8

:hore of Canjm Lake

Tsq'escen 38: north west of24 a- south of Canim IR I

35.1
169.5

1

Tsq'escen 40: North ofHoward Lake
41a south: AOI adjacent to Wells Gray Park-see 34-b
Tsq'escen 42 - DL 4656 north east adjacent to Canim IR #1

TOTAL

964

95

to Caorm lR #6

Tsq'escen 39 in Clris Lake-south olCanim IR

ofDL

4',73.2

t21.9

6l
i1,458

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Tsq'escen / Canim Lake Band Indian Reserves
Location Description from Indian

\ame
lanim Lake

1

6

Lald Registry

Hectares

Km WO of Canim Lake

1',780;7

Canim Lak€ 2

l,illooet District, On Bridge Creek, In Lot 2953, 3 Miles
Nonhwest Of Buffalo lake

Canim Lake 3

Lillooet Dist. The S.E. 1/.1 of theN.E. 1/4Of Lt4208 1 Mile Wes t6.2
.lf UDDer Lk. 5 Miles W. of Forest Grove W. of Canim Lk

62.3

lanim Lake 4

Liilooer Dist. Lot 5199, on South Shore at East eod of Lac L€ 16.2

Oanim Lake 5

Lillooet Dist.. Lot 4995. on Shore at Northeast end ofCanim Lake 59.9

Calun Lake 6

TOTAI,

Hache

Lillooet District, Lot 7563, Between Christopher Lake
),Iortheast end

of Canim Lake N-W of LR. No. 5

anc

129.5

206s

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Agreement-in-Principle Offer Lands

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Treaty Settlement Lands to the
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Offer Lands
Tsq'eseen (Canim Lake)
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Parks
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Agreement-in-Principle Offer Lands * Stswecem'c / Xgat'tem / Canoe Creek
Land Parcels

Hectares (ha)

Stswecem'c 2

r29.6

Stswecem'c 5b: East and Surrounding Dog Creek IR#3

tt'l.1

Stswecem'c 5c: Adjacent 5b

621.5

Stsrvecem'c 7a: Joins Canoe lR 2.4 and 51o the north
Canoe IR#2 Large block of land 1000 ha.. Adjoins AOIS 10,
1 1 and 44-Lone Lake. White Lake

1,098.9

Stswecem'c 8: Area north east ofCanoe IRs 2, 4 and 5.

571.1

Sts$.€cenr c

Sr.weiem c

7b; South of

a

illand I Area nonh east oI Canoe lRs 2, 4 and

1

5

Stswecem'c I0 East ofCanoc IR 2 and includes White Lake
Stswecem'c 11a Eastr North

ofLit

5

71.8

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Slsuecem'c 13a: North end ofGustafson Lake

391

Stswecem'c 1?: AOI around IR 8 Copper Johiny Meadorr'

159.6

Stswecem'c l8: AOI surrounding IR 6 Toby Lake

t9).

Stsrvecem'c

l9r

Area around Little White Lake and adioins AOI 23

Stswec€m'c 23; Adjoins

I

940.2

AOI l9-v3

and sun'ounds Beaverdam Lake

696.3

Lake

adjacent to highway to the east

429.1

Stsx'ecem'c 2.1: Eighty-*fee

Stswecern'c 25: Surrounds lR 5A Tinrnusket -West

ofHwl

220.3

97

t6'7

Stswecem'c 30: East ofDog Ck IR#4
Stswecem'o 32: Directly south of

R

1.46i.6

Bis Bar Lake on southem borde. ofSf)l

e

)77

IR I Dog Creek-1irks to 41 and 34 lhich join IR

3

Canoe Ck

170

Stswecem'c 34: Duectly above IR 3 Canoe Ck

18

Stswecem'c J5: AOI above small Canoe Creek lR #1

25',7

Stsw€cem'c 36: Adjacent to lR-2 Dog Ck. To the \l'est

260

Sts*ecem'c 37: Near lR 2 Dog Creek

33.9

5,+.7
.9

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Lald Parcels
Stswecem'c 39: Surrounds on north, east and south sides IR 2 Dog

Ck. BC CA

added

oiece to ioir IRs

188.6

Stswecem'c 40: South east of lR 4 Dog Ck

t72.3

Stswecem'c

AOt

41:

South of IR

I Dog Ck links

reserves: lR3CanoeCktothe south tkough
100.9

34

Stswecem'c 42: East of Augustine Flats north ofFoxtail Flats -and north east ofFish l,ake
and Soilmouse IRs

1021.3
125.5

Stsr''ecem'c 44: Indian Meadows area-between AOIs 10 and l1

2160.9

TOTAI,

16,046

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Stslvecem'c i Xgat'tem/ Canoe-Dog Creek Indian Reserves
llectares

Location Description from Indian Land Registr)

Name

Canoe Creek

1

Canoe Creek 2

lanoe Creek

l

Lillooet District, in Tp 4, oo Canoe Creek 5 l{iles North" East of Mouth or 3i.?
the Fraser

River

Lillooet District ill Tps. 3&.1, on Canoe Creek 6 Miles East of Mouth on the 1804.9
Fraser fur'er
Lillooet District on Left Bank of the Fmser fuver 4 lvliles South ofNtouth ol
Dog Creek

Sopper Johml Liliooet Distdct. Lot 683. on Small Lake 1 lv1ile Nonh Of Nfeadow Lake, I
Miles Nonhwest of70 Nlile House P.O.
Meadow 8
Dog Creek I

Dog Creek 2

Lillooet District , or Dog Creek, 4 Miles East of Creek Mouih on the Fraser
Rlver

280,1.9

l
t41.',7

Lillooet District, on Dog Creek, 8 Miles East of Creek Mouth on The Fraset 218.5
River

l-illooet Districr, on Dog Creek 10 N'liles East of N{outh on The Fraser River

Dog Creek 4

Lillooet Distdct, on Lefi Bank of the Fraser Ri!€r, Nofih of Mouth of Dog
Creek" South of wvcott's Flat LR. No. 6

18

3.7

Fish Lake 5

Liliooet District, on Norlh Shore at Wesr end of Caloe l-ake Head of Canoe 10.9

Spilmouse 4

Lillooet District, on Canoe Creek, I N{iie North ofCanoe Creek i.R No 2

lininusket 5a

Lrllooet District. Lot 5041, 7 Miles Northwest of the 70 Mile House P.G.E \ 6.2

Ioby Lake

Liliooet Drstrict. on Tob Y Lake, 3 N{iles North of Albena Lake, 11 Miles 129.5

TOTAL

Creek

6

i 61.8

iration

Nofihwest of70 Nlile House

5583

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Agreement-in-Principle Offer Lands

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T'exelc/ Williams Lake Indian Band

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Land Parcels

Hectares (ha)

T'exelc ?-2 center of south side of Williams I-ake

46.7

T'exelc 12 Adjacent (south & west) to SugarCan€

62.4

T'exelc 18-2: South of Lake and T'exelc 7-2

2'18.9

T'exelc 18-3: south of Lake-West (adjacent to Sugar Cane WLIB lR#1)

155.8

T'exelc 18-6: South of 18-1 south of Wiliiams Lake

130.I

T'exelc 18-7: south oi l8-6. south of Wiiiiams Lake
184.6

T'exelc 18-8: South of WLIB IR #l-Sugar Cane

Texelc l8 o: Large parcel south oflR.l wl lB Suga!

1966.3

Cane

T'exelc l8-10: south of l8-3 near IR#l WLIB

121.0

T'exelc 21-2: south of Dugan Lake -and nonh east of WLIB IR #1

333.',7

T'exelc 21-6: Immediately south ofDugan Lake

845.9

T'exelc 23: Nofth

of

Sugar Cane/'adjacent and joins other reserves (James Louie,
t.46',7.2

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T'exelc 29: Sunounds Tillion IR# 4

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adjacent to Fraser River, West of City

of
161.9

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T'exelc 34: South of T'exelc 32 on Fraser

Rirer-by Bella Coola Hwy.

5

2.1

T'exelc 36b: South shore ofQuesnel Lake-Horsefly Peninsula

490.8

T'exelc 37a: North Shore ofQuesnel Lake -north ofCariboo Island

322.3

T'exelc 38: Nonh ofQuesnel Lake-surrounds Benny and Freshette I-akes

805.3

T'exeic

4l:

AdJacent to 23 (\lest)

384.3

T'exelc 49: parcel Noth of l8-9-south of Williams Lake

129.5

T'exelc 50: no.th of Borland Creek to the East of Williams Lake

4t6.4

T exclc 5l : Nonh of Borland Creek area

496

T'exelc 52: North of 18 9 area south of Williams Lake
T'exelc 53: East of\l'illiams Lake -and south ofDewar Lake

r,160.9

TOTAI-

10,616

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APPENDIX D
T'exelc / Williams Lake Indian Band Indian Reserves
llectares

Name

Location Descriptiol from Indian Land Rcgistry

Asahal
Lake 2

Oadboa district at head of Azahal *eek. 3 miles north ofeast end of WillianN Lak€ 48,6

Carpenter

Mountain

l5
Chimney
Creek 5

Cariboo disfiict, on the old Cariboo road, near i56 mile post u,est of Cariboo bill
Iake

Cariboo district, on left bank ofthe Fraser River at nouth ofchimney creck

22.'7

Five Mik Cariboo district. on file mile creek 3 1i 2 miles nonh of its meuth on the san
J

River,4 Milcs n. Of 150 mile house

James

Cariboo dist. Lot 9032, on 5 mile creek, 4 miles nonh
adjoin. 5 mile LR. no, 3

Louie 3a

San Jose 6 Cariboo disrrict. on uest end

Iillion

4

Wiliiams
Lake I

TOTAL

of

58.3

150 mile house eas!

Jose

ofanc

of Williams l,ake. north ofoudet

73

64

2.6

Cariboo district, or left bank of the Fraser Rivcr, at mouth cf williams Lake flver

Cariboo district, at the east end of Williams Lake, on right bank of the san
River

Jose

1645.3

1927

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Agreement-in-Principle Offer Lands - Xats'ull / Cmetem' /Soda Creek Band

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Agreement-in-Principle Offer Lands - Xats'ull / Cmetem' /Soda Creek Band
Land Parcels

Hectares (ha)

Xats'uli 1-and trvo Islands (Twain Islands) Cariboo Island ia Quesnel Lake

86.8

Xats'ull 3-9: surrounds N{irton Lake north of Airpo.t (Williams l,ake)

231.9

Xats'ull 3-1 Near Aitport to the East

151.4

Xats'ull 3-13: Triangular parcel south of Minton Lake and east of Airyon

3

6.9

61.9
199.5

Xats'ull 12d: Adjacent to highway-joins the reserves

1

Xat"ull l6-6b: Directly

South of [R) Decp Creek

102.3

Xats-ull l6-6c: Directly south ofIR2 Deep Creek

115.7

Xats'ull l6-6d: South and East ofIR2 Deep Creek

1,750.6

Xats'ull l6-6er Drectly south and west of IR 2 Deep Ck.

126.2

Xats'ult

16-6i North

1

and east of IR 2 Deep Ck and q'est of power lines

R

15

1

Xats'ull l6-69: North east of 16-6{-v2 and lR 2 Deep Ck and west ofpower lines

13'7 .6

Xats'uli l8a: Parcel north ofand around to Hobson Afm at Quesnel l,ake/ Lynx Peninsula.

r,46q.2

Xats'ull 21 and Island: Surrounds Blue Lake -adjacent to Soda Ck IR #1

649.8

TOTAL

9961

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Xats'ull / Cmetem'/ Soda Creek Band Indian Reserves
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DEEP

SREEK 2
SODA

]REEK
TOTAL

1

Location Description from Indian Land Registry

llectares

Cariboo district on hawks creek, 7 miles southeast ofmouth of the Fraser River

1661.60

Cariboo disrrict, on left bank of the Fraser Ril.er,
itation

I

mile south of soda creek P.G.E

43

l.l0

2093

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