4. At least one year before the intended end of this Agreement, the Parties shall make every right to negotiate a new tax treatment agreement. 14 (1) Any amendment to this Agreement shall be in writing and executed by all parties. 8.4.13 At the request of Ka:`yu:`k`t`h`h`/Che:k`tles7et`h` First Nations, British Columbia and Ka:`yu:`k`t`t`h`/Che:k`tles7et`h` First Nations, and attempt to negotiate an agreement on boundary changes to Brooks Peninsulal Provincial Park. Tahsish-Kwois Provincial Park to obtain Ka:`yu:`k`t`h`/Che: k`tles7et`h` First Nations, to adequately access the waters of Amos Creek, Quin-E-Ex Creek (unofficial name), Battle River (unofficial name), Power River, Tahsish River or Tsauk Creek (unofficial name) in accordance with points 8.4.1 and 8.4.2, if: (9) If any provision of this Agreement is valid for any reason, Countervailable, invalid, illegal or unenforceable measures or declared unenforceable or deemed unenforceable, the provision is separate from the rest of this Agreement, but all other provisions of this Agreement remain in full force and effect and shall be interpreted as if this Agreement had been performed without the invalid, countervailable, invalid party, illegal or unenforceable. NOW Therefore, taking into account the premises and agreements and arrangements listed below, the parties agree as follows: (8) This Agreement may be performed at one or more times and at one or more locations. Each counterparty shall be considered as an original instrument vis-à-vis any party who has signed it and all counterparties shall be considered as a single executed document. 2. This Agreement is not a contract or a right to land, nor does it recognize or confirm the rights of indigenous peoples or the treaty within the meaning of sections 25 and 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982.
(3) A party may not, before the end of the calendar year in which the 15th anniversary of the coming into force occurs, that it wishes to terminate this contract. 2 (1) This Agreement is not part of the Maa-nullth First Nations Final Agreement. 2. With the exception of a dispute under paragraphs 3 to 11, the parties to the dispute, in the event of a dispute between one of the parties resulting from this Agreement, shall have recourse to the mediation procedure referred to in Phase 2 of Chapter 25 of Chapter 25, before lodging another appeal. To put these payments in the right perspective, the federal government has just given $21 million to the City of Victoria to pay for the construction costs of the Blue Bridge, which costs approximately $77 million. Almost as many as the five nations combined. Tseil-Waututh First Nation has just put $2 million into a new company that will build wind turbines. The provincial government agreed with the Musqueam on 3 lawsuits and paid $30 million and provided 4 valuable lots, including the golf course.