Contractual measures are instruments available to negotiators in the B.C. treaty. The treaty measures, negotiated at contractual tables, are intended to remove barriers to progress, prepare First Nations for the implementation of potential contracts, and provide some degree of protection to Aboriginal interests during the negotiation period of an agreement. Note: These drawings are distributed only for informational purposes. Her Majesty in Law of Canada (Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada) does not guarantee or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the information contained in the drawings. The limits indicated are approximate and may be revised in the future. These drawings are not used for any purpose or activity, including, but not only, for the assessment of consulting obligations. Her Majesty in Law of Canada (Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada) assumes no legal liability or liability in the event of damage or loss caused by the use of the drawings. The plates of the townships, or by bulk divisions of a square mile, or 640 hectares, in the same direction as the outer lines, and numbered from 1 to 36, always starting with the next area of lots with the number next to that with which the previous finished…. Stephen Kakfwi, the MLA for Sahtu and territorial minister for Aboriginal affairs, as well as a beneficiary of the agreement, praised the document when it was signed. The law does not have an implementation plan.
The parties (Sechelt Indian Band and the Government of Canada) mandate the implementation of the self-management agreement by an intergovernmental committee made up of representatives of both governments. Once the population of a territory had reached 5,000 free men, it would have the power to elect representatives of the counties or townships for a territorial general assembly. For 500 free men, there would be a representative until there were 25 representatives. Congress would then control the number and share of representatives of this legislative power. No man could be a representative unless he had been a U.S. citizen for at least three years or lived in the district for three years and owned at least 200 hectares of land within the same district. The representatives would serve for a two-year term. If a representative dies or is removed from office, a new one would be elected to serve the remaining time.  Residential areas: 41,595 square kilometres, including 25,900 square kilometres of mines and minerals, to be allocated to the 14 Yukon First Nations in accordance with the provisions of the April 1, 2005 framework agreement.
The self-management agreement sets out the principles governing the fiscal relationship between the West Bank First Nation and the Government of Canada. This includes negotiating financial transfer agreements. Funding for Westbank First Nation is provided by a five-year autonomy between Canada and the West Bank. Financial transfer contract. Funding is also provided by Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada on an annual basis for Westbank First Nations social development programs, Indian registry management, project-based capital and housing programs, and funding of public health canada programs through a specific funding agreement through a Northwest Aboriginal and Regional Convention. , apart from the payment of self-management grants. The self-management agreement also provides that the title remains a reserve for all Westbank First Nation countries, in accordance with Section 91 (24) of the Indian Act.