Blueberry River First Nation

Treaty 8 Tribal Association are, five of the eight, Peace River Country bands who are signatories to the Treaty 8. They have joined together in an effort to negotiate with British Columbia and Canada outside the British Columbia Treaty Process.[1]


  • Blueberry River First Nation
  • Doig River First Nation
  • Halfway River First Nation
  • Prophet River First Nation
  • Saulteau First Nation

Treaty Process

Blueberry River First Nations retained lawyer and academic Murray Rankin who successfully negotiated the first Economic Benefits Agreement relating to natural resources revenues in British Columbia.[2]

See also


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