77. If the joint fisheries committee has not been able to agree on a recommendation or is unable to meet because of special circumstances, each Party may submit its written recommendations to the Minister and provide a copy thereof to the other Parties. Canada, British Columbia and Tsawwassen First Nation expect a treaty to address long-standing issues with Aboriginal rights and title and bring security and economic benefit not only to Tsawwassen members but to the region as a whole. 68. This Agreement is the entire agreement between the Parties with respect to the subject matter of this Agreement and, except as provided in this Agreement, there is no insurance, guarantee, ancillary agreement, condition, right or undertaking that affects that Agreement. 58. An agreement, plan, directive or other document of a document drawn up by a Party or Parties referred to in this Agreement or provided for in this Agreement, including an agreement concluded as a result of negotiations necessary or permitted by this Agreement, shall not form part of this Agreement: is not a contract or a contract of fonic reclamation and does not create, create, recognize or confirm the rights of indigenous peoples or contracts within the meaning of sections 25 and 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982. 33. Subject to clauses 34 and 35 or an agreement under clause 32, if Tsawwassen First Nation makes a written request to British Columbia, British Columbia and Tsawwassen First Nation will discuss the effects of the legislation or regulation, if any, on: A contract with Tsawwassen First Nation will be safe with respect to all rights of the Tsawwassen Aboriginal First Nation throughout Tsawwassen First Nation. Traditional nation claimed by Tsawwassen 279,600 hectares, including the waters of the southern highway of Georgia. It will provide Tsawwassen First Nation with the modern instruments of governance to build strong and viable relationships with federal, provincial and local governments. (ii) have been signed by plenipotentiary representatives of the Parties; and b. Children who are not Tsawwassen children are subject to a Term 75 agreement between Tsawwassen First Nation and British Columbia.
21. If no agreement is reached within the specified time frame between the utility and the Tsawwassen First Nation, pursuant to Clause 20, the utility, at the request of Tsawwassen First Nation, will agree with Tsawwassen First Nation on the issue of compensation for arbitration under the Commercial Arbitration Act. 70. Subject to clause 73, whether the surrogate country is of a value comparable to that of the expropriation of Tsawwassen Lands, the question whether the surrogate country is comparable to that of the expropriation of the lands of Tsawwassen, subject to clause 73, may lead to the surrogate country being of a value comparable to that of Tsawwassen Lands, whether the surrogate country is of comparable value. Tsawwassen Lands is expropriated and finally settled by arbitration under the dispute settlement chapter. .