In most chapters there is language that requires a Party or all Parties to do something. Additionally, there are components of the Treaty which KFN may not decide to ‘draw down’ until things can be rolled out in an orderly way. For example, there are many areas of law-making authority which are not required at Effective Date, but which KFN may wish to have for later. There may be other opportunities which the Treaty brings to KFN, such as future additions of Treaty Settlement Lands, which may not be finalized for years to come. All of this will be part of the Implementation Plan. The plan also includes activity sheets, a communications strategy, and operational guidelines for the KFN-B.C.-Canada Implementation Committee.