Williams Lake, BK – A renewed agreement with the federal government to become the leader of the Canadian first indigenous group is a new model of relationships between Ottawa and the United Nations.
The chairman of the Tribal Council of the Tsylhotin National Government, Joe Alpson, said the agreement was to be signed in spring, and financial relations between Canada and six countries were presented in the central police department in British Columbia.
Alfonsohn said that formerly called "marginal" funding claims that the courts have not officially recognized the claims of Tsilkot's land plots.
"We have proven rights and we have justified the name because the funding formula does not correspond to Tsylhotin. Canada has a new formula. And when we are developing, it will be a new standard for the whole nation, so it is important for the government to create and demonstrate leadership and good will, "he said.
According to Alfonso, the negotiations will begin only and will not be able to quote the value of the contract but will be approved by the federal Treasury.
The agreement will be the next step in determining the relationship between Canada and Tsilhotin.
The Canadian Supreme Court recognizes indefinite rights in the history of Canada for the first time in 2014 at the birthplace of the Tsiggototin people. This area covers an area of 1,750 square kilometers in Chilcotine Region.
Although the King acquired historical land from many nations across the country by signing the contract, 14 Treaties of Vancouver Island were signed. In 1871 it joined the Confederation and the remaining title of the remaining province remained unresolved.
The local groundbreaking negotiation process was established in 1992 by the provincial, federal government and United Nations Summit.
Some are currently in the process of discussing the New Testament, but the Tillkhock does not have to win the battlefield.
The Treaty Commission, which is an independent body responsible for facilitating contractual negotiations, has repeatedly admitted to the Canadian courts that the consensus is incompatible.
"The cost of court proceedings is expensive, usually less time consuming, and over time, questions about how to use local rights and titles," the site said.
The Tsokolkot case indicates that the negotiating process requires time, but the trial is not a quick way to reconciliation.
However, in January 2017, six Six members of the Tsilokin tribal council signed a memorandum of understanding based on a common understanding of the federal government reconciliation agreement.
The key priorities in the engagement are: Coverage of "deep gaps" in education, health and mental health, housing, infrastructure and access to clean water; Establishment of new tax relations based on sustainable, predictable and flexible financing; and recognizes and implements the Tsilhkot's leadership and law.
Last week, Prime Minister Justin Thurudo went to great-esteemed locations about three hours from the western lake of Lake Wilayah, in the Negnam Valley, to apologize for members of the six Tylgotin leaders on the pillars of Tylgotin's 150 years ago.
"I know this is just an initiative, and there is still much to do in the future," said the apologized to the crowd.
"Canada is committed to fully recognizing Tsigkotin's right to self-government and self-government. As I said to your leaders, we decided to reach an agreement on more management to support you in the spring of 2019 on self-regulation. "
During the solemn ceremony, Trudo signed a Road Construction Agreement, which, according to Alfons, said short-term financing of some of these houses and a commitment to work on long-term financing.
"One of the most important issues in our community is the housing crisis. There are 140 houses in my community, and about 60 percent of my people are in prison, most of them want to go home, "Alfonso said.
According to Alfonso, it was important for Trudo to know the situation in which some of the people live. He did not fight the court for the slaughtering of Tsilhock from Canada, he says. it may have official relationships that recognize the authority of the state.
"Signing of the agreement and strengthening of relations with the indigenous people is a great fears that weaken the country, and I think it is a contradiction. By developing partnerships with us in interethnic relations, we can do it with respect for projects and let Canada grow it, "he said.