“We ask governments to respect the Anishinaabe way of life. Since at least the time of our treaty, we have not been consulted or accommodated through any of the settler government processes. Today, as we have always done, we are committed to our responsibilities over our territories.”

Gimaa Dean Sayers, Batchewana First Nation

Wompum Belt

To be presented in January to the Ontario Government,

Change.org Petition

This petition is to demand that the Ontario Government become a more honourable partner to the Robinson-Huron Treaty First Nations, starting by abandoning any plans to appeal Justice Patricia Hennessy’s decisions in Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the Robinson-Huron Treaty annuities case, and by engaging in good faith negotiations of the terms of just compensation. 

This has been put forth by Professor Elizabeth Carlson-Manathara, Laurentian University.

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The very first historic issue of our Treaty magazine. Learn about the treaty, our people, and all the good work being done on our behalf.

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Treaty Translation Document

Our Treaty translation document, including both original English, Ojibway translation, and modern English interpretation of the original Treaty documents meaning.

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RHW Treaty Calendar

Our calendar makes note of historically relevant dates and events and provides background on the traditional ways of governance of the Anishinaabe people.

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Treaty Activity Booklet

A fun way for children or youth to learn more about Treaty History.  With puzzles, word searches, and even mapping exercises, there is plenty to find and learn in here!

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