Date: 20071120. Docket: 90-0913. Registry: Victoria."
"Supreme Court of British Columbia reasons for judgement issued following an action brought on behalf of the Tsilhqot'in Nation. The judgment describes the events that have shaped the course of history in the Cariboo Chilcotin Region of British Columbia. It canvasses the development of Canadian Aboriginal law and the current jurisprudence on s. 35(1) of the Constitution Act, 1982. A review of the evidence leads the Court to express an opinion on the existence of Tsilhqot'in Aboriginal title and other constitutionally protected Tsilhqot'in Aboriginal rights. This case is also known a William v. British Columbia" -- British Columbia government publications site.
Between between Her Majesty the Queen in Right of the Province of British Columbia as represented by the Minister of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation and the Premier of British Columbia ("British Columbia") and theTsilhqot'in Nation as represented by Xeni Gwet'in First Nations Government, Yunesit'in Government, Tl'etinqox Government, ?Esdilagh First Nation, Tsi Deldel First Nation, Toosey Indian Band, and The Tsilhqot'in National Government ("TNG") (the "Tsilhqot'in Parties").
Among the province of BC, the Tsilhoq'tin Nation and the Tsilhoq'tin National Government. A strategic engagement agreement for shared decision-making respecting land and resource management. 2017-2020.
Tsilqhot'in Laws - created by the Tsilhqot'in National Government and the Tsilhqot'in Nations
In 2012, the University of Victoria’s Indigenous Law Research Unit, Indigenous Bar Association, and The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada launched the “Accessing Justice and Reconciliation” project.