The McLeod Lake Indian Band and the province have signed an agreement on natural resource development and wildlife management.
The agreement will establish a management committee for 23,000 square kilometres in the Omenica area north of Prince George.
The band will also get $5.8-million to invest in youth education, oil and gas revenue sharing on activity on their traditional territory, and $1-million over the life of the agreement for implementation.
The province has also signed four revenue sharing agreements with the band as part of the First Nations Clean Energy Business Fund. Those agreements will see the band get a percentage of revenue from independent power producers in their traditional territory.