Negotiations begin to settle Robinson Treaty claim

Back on January 6, I reported that, according to the Robinson Huron Treaty Litigation Fund, which represents the Anishinaabe nations that filed suit over the Crown’s purported failures in annuity payments, Ontario was not accepting its latest court loss (unlike the federal government) and was taking the case to the Supreme Court of Canada. On April 19, the litigation fund announced that all three parties had “established a negotiation table
to find common ground for resolving the annuities litigation outside of court.”

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