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BC Treaty Commission aims for more First Nations deals with expedited process: [] The treaty more than doubled the size of the Tsawwassen reserve south of Vancouver and provided members with millions of dollars in economic benefits that allowed it to develop its land, which includes a mall that opened this month showcasing indigenous art.

The latest agreement for the independent treaty commission came earlier this year.

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