All Nisga`a laws work alongside federal and provincial laws, much like other jurisdictions in Canada, where Canadians are simultaneously subject to federal, provincial and municipal laws. The treaty contains important rules that define what should happen in the event of conflict or contradiction between laws. (b) except to the extent provided for in Article 5.8 of the Property Tax Agreement, the Tax Law (Rural). 5. The Minister publishes the tax treaty and any agreement amending the tax treaty in the Official Journal. “Property Tax Agreement,” the July 31, 2014 Property Tax Coordination Agreement between Her Majesty the Queen in British Columbia And The Province of British Columbia, including Calendars A and B attached to the Property Tax Coordination Agreement, as well as any changes to the Property Tax Coordination Agreement , carried out in accordance with its conditions and published in section 10.07; 50. In the event that the agreement provides that the parties or any of them “fail and attempt to reach an agreement”, these negotiations are conducted in accordance with paragraph 28 of the chapter, but are not required to move to the third stage of the chapter on dispute resolution, unless, in a particular case, they are required to do so. , in accordance with chapter point 28. The Nisga`a Agreement, also known as the Nisga`a Treaty, is a contract between the Nisg-a, the Government of British Columbia and the Government of Canada, signed on May 27, 1998 and entered into force on May 11, 2000.  In the wet valley, nearly 2,000 km2 of land has been officially recognized as Nisg`a and a water reserve of 300,000 cubic centimeters (× about 240,000 acre-feet) has been created. Bear Glacier Provincial Park was also created as a result of this agreement. Thirty-one Nisga`a place names in the region have been officially named.  The Land-Claim Colony was the first formal treaty of the modern era in the province – the first signed by a First Nation nation in British Columbia since the De Douglas contracts in 1854 (for the Vancouver Island territories) and Treaty 8 in 1899 (in northeastern British Columbia).
The agreement gives the Nisga`a control of their country, including the forest and fisheries resources it contains. 51. Except in the provisions of this agreement, an agreement reached as a result of necessary or authorized negotiations under a paragraph of this agreement is not part of this agreement. The Nisga`a Treaty is an agreement negotiated between the Nisga`a Nation, the Government of British Columbia (B.C.) and the Government of Canada. It came into force on May 11, 2000. 10 (1) The Deputy Governor of the Council may, on behalf of Her Majesty the Queen, authorize any member of the Executive Council in the law of British Columbia to enter into an agreement under the final agreement Nisg`a`a. The Nisga treaty defines the country and resources that are part of the agreement between Canada, B.C. and the Nisga`a Nation.