The treaties between the Province and AFN are irrelevent to majority Aboriginals. Federal consultations have been taken over by the province. While the federal government may approve treaties, majority Aboriginals were never consulted.
Indigenous lands and waters remain what they are, regardless of AFN or provincial land claims and grants. Majority Aboriginals have no recourse, except the PMO. Confederation is a demand by the AFN and they prefer the provincial models as this divides Aboriginals for the minority AFN and furthers Aboriginal disenfranchisement by the AFN.