Saskatchewan Natural Resources Transfer Agreement 1930

Question: The two questions were: are the Métis included in the term „Indians“ under section 12 of the Saskatchewan Natural Resources Transfer Agreement 1930 (NRTA) and whether the applicants have a Right to Harvest Métis in the areas where they were charged (a Powley application). (11) Nothing in the preceding paragraphs of this Agreement extends to pre-land or harbour beds previously constructed within the railway belt, but the above-mentioned pre-banks and sub-banks will continue to be transferred to Canada and, in addition, the banks and beds of the Fraser and Pitt rivers, located above the eastern borders of the Port of New Westminster and under the lines to be identified, shall be transferred, reserved and retained by Canada. and defined by agreement at the intersection of Kanaka Creek with the Fraser River and at the location of the Pitt River exit from Pitt Lake.. . . .