When there is a proposal to develop land that will affect our ability to hunt, BC or Canada will consult with K’ómoks to lessen the impact on our hunting before allowing the development to take place. BC must ensure that development does not deny the K’ómoks the opportunity to harvest wildlife.
Yes. We will be able to hunt as we do now for domestic purposes, subject only to measures necessary for conservation, public health, or public safety. We continue to negotiate for shared decision-making over wildlife and wildlife management in our territory.