The government's documentation describes “shared decision-making through joint or consent models.”
According to the plan, First Nations will become joint landlords of more than 90 per cent of the province.
The largest settlement to date is $43.3 billion for children on reserves taken into foster care by welfare authorities.
Most First Nations are in remote locations where natural resource development is the only likely source of economic advancement.
Westbank took investment decisions away from chief and council and gave them to a more independent board.
Next week, Ottawa will make a decision on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.