Supreme Court to hear Ontario case on treaty payments to Anishinaabe – APTN News

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Supreme Court to hear Ontario case on treaty payments to Anishinaabe – APTN News

by ahnationtalk on June 24, 202297 Views

Jun 23, 2022

The Supreme Court of Canada says it will hear a legal battle over Crown payments to beneficiaries of two Robinson treaties which cover the upper Great Lakes in Ontario and 21 Anishinaabe bands.

The Ontario government sought to challenge a ruling by the Court of Appeal for Ontario, which found the Crown had violated the terms of its treaties with the Anishinaabe of the northern shores of Lakes Huron and Superior by capping its annual payments at $4 per person for more than a century.

According to court documents, the annuity was raised to that amount in 1875 and has not changed since.

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