The province has agreed to provide 300 acres of fee simple lands.
$50,000 toward a feasibility study on land location and development opportunities.
The province will contribute $2.3 million over three years to a Skills and Training Legacy project.
The province will contribute $500,000 to a Naming and Recognition project, which will determine dual names for shared projects and help to promote education culture and tourism.
The province will contribute $3 million towards the construction of a $15 million Squamish and Lilwat Cultural Centre in Whistler due to open next summer (2004).
Legacies and benefits which will come with the Games:
The Nations "will own, manage and operate" the $102 million Nordic Centre, the $55 million Bob/Luge on Blackcomb Mountain and the Athlete Centre in the Callaghan with the Legacies Society. These will run with the help of a $110 million Endowment Fund established by the province and federal government.
The Vancouver 2010 Bid Corporation will contribute $6.5 million toward needed housing for the Nations. It will go first to the construction of 50 moveable houses to be used at the site of the Athletes Village.
The bid corp. guarantees there will be contracting opportunities for the Nations, and the Nations will directly undertake "significant contracts" in the Callaghan.
The province will contribute $3 million to the establishment of an Aboriginal youth sports legacy endowment fund by April 2005.
The province will provide funding through planning processes for the Nations to further assess their interests in the Callaghan Valley.