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Voting


Kitsumkalum First Nation have received a ‘Yes’ vote from our community and the province of British Columbia, however are still waiting on the federal
 government to approve the Agreement in Principle (AIP). We will continue to move forward with community meetings, working groups, communications and negotiation discussions for Stage 5.

In Stage 5, the AIP is used as a working document to finalize our treaty. The Final Agreement formalizes the new relationship among the Kitsumkalum people and embodies the agreements reached in the AIP. Technical and legal issues are resolved at this stage.

A treaty is a legally binding document that will be voted, signed and ratified at the conclusion of Stage 5.