Do you want to work with us for changes to improve our nations and keep our treaty strong? Since 1997, the treaty has dedicated 8 First Nations in Alberta to the social, cultural, educational and economic development of Treaty 8 First Nations (Alberta). Contract 8 requires the Crown to pay annual contracts (contractual pension) to persons registered as Indians and members of a group that signed the contract. Contractual pensions are normally paid in cash at events held on the day of the contract. Contact: Greg Posein Communications Consultant Treaty 8 First Nations of Alberta [email protected] Ph: (780) 690-9744 AND CONSIDERING that these Indians have been informed and informed by Her Majesty`s Commission that they wish to open part of the country to habitat, immigration, trade, travel, mining, loggers and other purposes that appear to correspond to Her Majesty, Which, as indicated below, is limited and described, and the agreement of your Indian subjects who inhabit the territory in question, and to enter into a contract and arrange with them, so that peace and goodwill reign between them and the other subjects of His Majesty and that your Indian people may know and be sure of the allowances on which they can rely and receive from the generosity and benevolence of Her Majesty. In addition, Her Majesty agrees that each chief should receive a silver medal and an appropriate flag after the signing of the treaty, and next year and every three years thereafter, each chief and chief will receive appropriate clothing. . . .