What does the Consultation office do?
The consultation office works to protect the Treaty Rights and traditional land uses of Louis Bull Tribe members today and for our future generations.
How does the Consultation office protect our rights?
When the government receives an application for new development the government requires the developer to consult First Nations to understand how the proposed project may impact Aboriginal and Treaty rights.
What are Aboriginal and Treaty Rights?
This is our right to hunt, fish, and gather berries and medicines, and practice our culture on the land.
The Consultation office needs to understand where Louis Bull Tribe members are practicing rights so that these areas can be protected for continued use now and for future generations.