Section 35 of the Constitution Act – 1982, ensures the building of existing treaty relationships that are constitutionally protected. First Nations, Canada, and Provincial governments are engaged in intergovernmental forums and agreements to guarantee practical, effective, and efficient policy.
The vision for treaty implementation is that the treaties find their rightful place in the Canadian state and Treaty First Nations find their rightful place in Canadian society.
The mission for treaty implementation is to implement the treaties and the treaty relationship in a way that respects the spirit and intent, and brings certainty and clarity in a modern context.
The Treaty Table provides a forum for parties to discuss treaty issues and implementation.