Robinson Huron Treaty  multi-billion-dollar annuities settlement finalized

By Kyle Darbyson  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter The 21 First Nations named in the Robinson Huron Treaty are finally on the cusp of receiving fair compensation after nearly 150 years of getting shortchanged by government officials. Leaders representing all of these Indigenous communities met and finalized the parameters of a multi-billion-dollar annuities settlement on Jan. 3. The final step of this process involved collecting signatures from representatives of the provincial and federal governments, which has now taken place according to a Tuesday update from the Robinson Huron Treaty Litigation Fund. Many of the First Nations governments involved in this case are now in the process of planning engagement sessions that will help determine how to distribute this settlement in each individual community. A follow-up post on the Litigation Fund’s Facebook…

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