The Tsawwassen First Nation Final Agreement took effect on April 3, 2009. Tsawwassen First Nation, Canada, and British Columbia are 12 years into the implementation of their new relationship.
Tsawwassen traditional territory is in the Lower Mainland, from the watersheds that feed into Pitt Lake to Burns Bog to the Salish Sea, including Saltspring, Pender, and Saturna Islands. There are approximately 505 Tsawwassen citizens.
Tsawwassen has overlapping and/or shared territory with its First Nation neighbours: Cowichan Tribe, Hwlitsum, Katzie, Musqueam, Stó:lō, Tsleil-Waututh, and Semiahmoo.
What's In These Treaties?
- A Plain Language Guide to the Tsawwassen First Nation Treaty
- Vote Analysis
- Membership Survey
- Tsawwassen First Nation Implementation Work Plan Presentation
- Tsawwassen First Nation Land Use Plan
- Tsawwassen First Nation Fact Book