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Reservation. That word, seems that they use that word. Maybe they say, "well we've reserved that land for the Indians and later on we'll get it back anyway," which they've been trying to do until the Indians start getting around and say OK, we've searched and find a lot of the land have been taken away and I think that all of the Indians have their own area, which I think they'll have to fight as individual groups. The whole Aboriginal Title of British COlumbia this is a different issue again. We're fighting for the mineral rights, timber rights, all of this we wanted to be compensated, royalty, whatever that is, but we'll never get that land, the whole land where our Squamish people used to live. We had our territory, we had our lines for miles and miles, but when the Royal Commission came along, the government, they just said: "OK, here's where you stay."