K’ómoks members access “crown land” in recognition of our traditional territory. Would treaty give the government more power to restrict our use of our traditional territory?Melissa Quocksister2021-08-26T17:46:38+00:00
No, K’ómoks will not give the governments more power to restrict the use of our territory. The Treaty recognizes and affirms K’ómoks’ Indigenous Rights and Title to our territory. K’ómoks Members will practice our rights and access our territory as always, and this will be protected, still, by the Constitution of Canada, 1982.