The Akaitcho have been at the negotiating table with Canada since 1992. Treaty 8 Tribal Corporation has had a few Chief Negotiators and Community Negotiators to help move negotiations along with the support of Akaitcho Chiefs.
All cultures can best be expressed through their connection to “place.” The story of Canada is the story of the land we live on, that we cultivate, harvest and build our cities on. It is also the story of who each of us are, where we came from, and why we are here today. Our story is the story of how we hope to live together in the future.
The vision of the Office of the Treaty Commissioner in Saskatchewan is to promote respect and understanding of Treaties and to help support the Treaty parties in maintaining and enhancing the Treaty relationship through dialogue, neutral support, assistance with resolving disputes and commitment to the Treaty principles.”
A searchable database from Library and Archives Canada that holds an extensive, but not a complete, collection of historic Canadian Indian treaties, land surrenders, and related agreements. The collection contains documents that span more than 275 years.
The Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba is a neutral body created through a partnership between the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs (AMC) and Canada with a mandate to strengthen, rebuild and enhance the Treaty relationship and mutual respect as envisaged by the Treaty Parties.