Sechelt traditional lands and waters located around the Sechelt Peninsula in the Sunshine Coast. Sechelt treaty table achieved an Agreement in Principle and later decided to step back from treaty negotiations. In 1986 Sechelt became self-governing when it ratified the Sechelt Indian Band Self-Government Act. There are approximately 1,440 Sechelt members.
Sechelt has overlapping and/or shared territory with its First Nation neighbours: Nanoose, Squamish and Tla’amin.