The Te’mexw Treaty Association negotiates self-government rights for each of the member Nations. Modern treaties would give Nations the ability to get out from under regulation imposed by the Indian Act. Gaining recognition of the inherent right to self-government and self-determination means that Te’mexw member Nations may manage their own communities and freely determine their own political, economic, social, and cultural development in accordance with their values.

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