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The Tsawwaseen Indian Reserve is the sole Indian reserve of the Tsawwassen First Nation, and is located in Delta, British Columbia, Canada, adjacent to the causeway of the Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal, bounded on the south by the Canada–United States border and on the north by Canoe Pass, an arm of the Fraser River. The band operates a park-and-ride for ferry customers, and also has a residential development housing non-natives called Tsatsu Shores just south of the causeway. The Tsawwassen lands, which were extinguished as an Indian Reserve and are now fee-simple land holdings since the Tsawwassen Treaty, effective April 3, 2009, are 272.6 ha. in area.
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