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Nisga'a Tribal Council

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:Aboriginal Community Council | Representative Body
Location:British Columbia, Canada
Nass River Valley, northwestern British Columbia
Summary Information:
Nisga'a Tribal Council succeeded the Nisga'a Land Committee in 1955 to pursue land claims on behalf of the Nisga'a People. It united the four clans of Eagle, Wolf, Raven and Killer Whale and their communities.

The Nisga'a Tribal Council negotiated the Nisga'a Final Agreement on behalf of the Nisga'a Nation.

Related Entries

Agreement
  • Nisga'a Final Agreement - Signatory
  • Nisga'a Framework Agreement - Signatory
  • Nisga'a Agreement-in-Principle - Signatory
  • Nisga'a Nation Own Source Revenue Agreement
  • Nisga'a Nation Taxation Agreement
  • Nisga'a Nation Fiscal Financing Agreement
  • Nisga'a Framework Agreement
  • People
  • Nisga'a Nation
  • Nisga'a Nation
  • Case Law
  • Calder v Attorney-General of British Columbia (1973)

  • References

    Case Law
    (1973) Calder v Attorney-General of British Columbia (1973) 34 DLR (3d) 145
    Media Release
    Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (2000) A New Beginning for a New Millenium at Nisga'a Nation
    Resource
    Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (2004) Chronology of Events Leading to the Final Agreement with the Nisga'a Tribal Council
    Hamer Foster (2000) Why is there a Treaty Process in B.C.?

    Glossary

    Representative Body | Aboriginal Community Council (Australia)

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