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  1. #21
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    Re: Lake Babine Nation

    Quote Originally Posted by Spy View Post
    You will have to move to a different Province like I am or become a poacher.
    Nevada?
    ​Work for Cliven Bundy?

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    Re: Lake Babine Nation

    Quote Originally Posted by ACE View Post
    Nevada?
    ​Work for Cliven Bundy?

    further the better

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    Re: Lake Babine Nation

    Quote Originally Posted by RackStar View Post
    further the better
    LOL Yeah , someone else's turn


    Quote Originally Posted by Spy View Post
    Ok thanks for pointing that out, canít believe how wrong I was and how right you are.
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    I don't know why he always attacks me so vicously.

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    Re: Lake Babine Nation

    He sure showed his rebellion side up by Takla. Adda boy stick it to the man

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    Re: Lake Babine Nation

    Thatís a lot of land !
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    Quote Originally Posted by IronNoggin View Post
    B.C. returns 200 square kilometres of traditional territory to Lake Babine Nation

    https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/briti...sfer-1.6729408
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    Re: Lake Babine Nation

    200 sq. km = 14.14 km squared.
    or 8.78 mi. squared.
    or 49,362.04 acres.

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    Re: Lake Babine Nation

    This is just the agreement area. The way some of the area is situated the fee simple land blocks access on current forest access roads to even more crown land. Wouldn’t be surprised if they put up access control points like other native groups have done in the area.

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    Re: Lake Babine Nation

    I think some time in the future, once all these treaties have been signed and this happens to land across the entire province, you will need a government issues tag for hunting and also a FN issue tag for said animal. FN want their piece of the pie when it comes down to the government collecting fees to hunt and fish natural resources.

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    Re: Lake Babine Nation

    Quote Originally Posted by Legacy Solocam View Post
    This is just the agreement area. The way some of the area is situated the fee simple land blocks access on current forest access roads to even more crown land. Wouldn’t be surprised if they put up access control points like other native groups have done in the area.
    It's to be expected, just like other private property. Think Douglas Lake Ranch. Personally I'd prefer access control to access denial.

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