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    *Some restrictions apply. The Settler Treaty Card is not valid in most areas of British Columbia. Treaties entitle settlers to use the land for agricultural purposes to the depth of a plow. The underlying title to sub-

    surface resources, forests, and waters remains with First Nations. The information presented here is based upon an oral understanding of the settler/First Nations relationships defined through the numbered treaties

    of the Prairies, and some local variance in the treaty relationship may apply. Settlers and settler-descendents are advised to consult wi th local First Nations treaty elders regarding the oral understanding of treaties

    in your area, as well as any unresolved land claims requiring restitution. For more information, please see Settler Treaty Rightsby Tyler McCreary, Briarpatch Magazine, August 2005.

    Clip and post in a public space. This subvertisement is available for download and distribution from www.briarpatchmagazine.com/settler-treaty-card. To order copies of this poster for use in the classroom, please contact editor@briarpatchmagazine.com.

    Introducing the

    Settler Treaty Card

    You cant live

    here without it!

    With your Settler Treaty Card,YOU get accessto countless privileges that your ancestorsrepresentatives signed on for in perpetuityprivileges

    like settler self-government and access to the land.*

    Membership has its privilegesand privilege has itsresponsibilities.

    Settler Treaty membership entitles the card-holder to: share this territory (except reserves) with First Nations people and move freely throughout it;

    freedom of religion; freedom to engage in economic activities and to use the land for the purposes of agriculture; the right to self-government (including

    trade and taxation, determination of citizenship, social ser vices such as child welfare, health and education); and peace and goodwill.

    Card holders are required to recognize the reciprocal treaty rights of First Nations, including: freedom of movement throughout this shared land as well as those

    territories reserved for the exclusive use of First Nations; freedom of religion; freedom to engage in economic activities and assurance to a right to a livelihood as well

    as assistance in times of need; self-government (including trade and taxation, determination of citizenship, and social services); and peace and goodwill. All rightsof both settlers and First Nations are further delimited by our shared responsibilities to maintain good relations and to be good stewards of the land.

    CERTIFICATEOFSETTLERSTATUS - CERTIFICAT DE STATUT COLON

    This isto certifythat - Le prsent attesteque

    JOHNSON

    HeatherLynn

    ofTreaty6territory

    is a Settlerwithinthe meaningof theSettler Act,chapter27,Statutes of Canada.

    est unColon ausensde laLoi sur les Colons,chapitre27desStatuts duCanada.

    Citizenshipand Citoyennetet

    Immigration Canada Immigration Canada

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