Provincial election candidates are being urged to commit to supporting the resolution of the Robinson Huron Treaty annuities case.
The call is coming from leadership with the Robinson Huron Treaty Litigation Fund.
They say despite rulings in favour of the first nations, including those along the North Channel corridor and on Manitoulin Island, and the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and the Ontario Court of Appeal, no agreement has been reached.
Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory Chief Duke Peltier says Ontario must remain committed to not only settling the Annuity case, but to renewing the Treaty relationship and reaching agreement on the future implementation of the Robinson Huron Treaty.
Letters have been sent to all the political leaders running in the provincial election for their support in settling the case.
To sign a petition supporting settling the case, visit https://www.robinsonhurontreaty1850.com/about-us