The K’ómoks First Nation based on Vancouver Island, British Columbia will be the first non-treaty First Nation to have conducted a comprehensive well-being assessment of the Nation’s human, social-cultural, natural, built and financial/economic assets. The well-being assessment, which includes a comprehensive subjective well-being survey, will help shape the first Treaty of its kind in Canada that is based on a First Nations set of laws, values and the attributes of well-being that are uniquely indigenous. The Well-being Report will be completed in April 2021 serving as another benchmark well-being assessment for First Nations in Canada.