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Ontario is now in Step Three of the Roadmap to Reopen.

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Follow the restrictions and public health measures. Learn about claims that have been accepted for negotiation, or are being researched and assessed, and settlement agreements that are being implemented. Discussions are ongoing and consultations with the public and Indigenous communities are underway.

The Algonquins of Ontario negotiations are the only modern treaty negotiations currently underway in Ontario. The Algonquin rights and title assertions cover a territory of 36, square kilometres in eastern Ontario, an area with more than 1. Ontario, Canada and the Algonquins of Ontario are currently engaged in the final stage of treaty negotiations, which the parties anticipate will be concluded in a few more years.

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If successful, this stage of negotiations will be followed by a ratification process and multi-year implementation plan. More information: The Algonquin land claim. The First Nation submitted a claim to Ontario in Mayasserting that it did not receive all the reserve lands to which it is entitled. Ontario accepted the claim for negotiation in May Ontario, Canada and the First Nation are engaged in negotiations to arrive at a tripartite settlement agreement. InBiigtigong Nishnaabeg brought legal action known as the Michano litigation against Canada and Ontario seeking a declaration of unextinguished exclusive Aboriginal Title to an area north of Lake Superior, claiming they did not enter the Robinson Superior Treaty in and did not adhere to the Robinson Superior Treaty subsequent to Inthe three parties began exploratory discussions to try to find a resolution outside of the court process.

As a result of these discussions, the parties entered into formal negotiations in May and the Michano litigation was put into abeyance on hold in December Negotiations between Biigtigong Nishnaabeg, Ontario and Canada are ongoing. Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation submitted its unsold surrendered lands and reserve entitlement claim to Ontario in January The First Nation alleges that some of its surrendered reserve lands remain unsold and that it did not receive its full entitlement to a one-acre burial ground reserve under Treaty Ontario accepted the claim in Juneagreeing to enter into exploratory discussions on the unsold surrendered land claim and to negotiate the burial ground component of the reserve entitlement claim.

The First Nation submitted a claim to Ontario in Octoberasserting that it did not receive all the reserve lands to which it is entitled under Treaty 9.

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Ontario accepted the claim for negotiation in October Canada accepted the claim in November Negotiations between the First Nation, Canada and Ontario began inand are ongoing. Fort Severn First Nation submitted a claim to Ontario inasserting an entitlement to additional reserve land pursuant to the reserve land formula in Treaty 9.

Ontario and Canada accepted the claim for negotiation in Julyand negotiations are ongoing. Ginoogaming First Nation submitted a claim to Ontario in Februaryasserting that it did not receive all the reserve lands to which it is entitled under Treaty 9. Ontario and Canada accepted the claim for negotiation in February and Aprilrespectively.

Tripartite negotiations commenced in September Grassy Narrows and Wabauskang First Nations submitted a t claim to Ontario and Canada inasserting that they did not receive all the land to which the original English River First Nation was entitled under Treaty 3. Ontario accepted the claim for negotiation in March In DecemberOntario received an updated mandate and negotiations have been ongoing. In OctoberCanada notified Grassy Narrows and Wabauskang First Nations of their acceptance of the claim, and negotiations between the four parties began in early KZA asserts that it has an outstanding entitlement to damages caused by unauthorized flooding of their reserve lands.

Ontario accepted this treaty land entitlement claim in June The First Nation alleges that it did not receive the full amount of land to which it is entitled under Treaty 3. Ontario accepted the claims inwhile Canada accepted in One flooding claim has been settled Rainy River First Nations. More information: Lake of the Woods flooding claims. Matachewan First Nation submitted a treaty land entitlement claim to Canada and Ontario in Augustalleging that an insufficient amount of reserve land was set aside for the community pursuant to the provisions of Treaty 9.

Canada accepted the claim in August and Ontario in July A bilateral settlement agreement between the Matachewan First Nation and Canada was finalized in July Bilateral discussions with Ontario as well as consultations with the public and Indigenous communities are ongoing.

Ontario, Canada, and the Mississauga 8 First Nation are addressing a of administrative issues associated with surveys of, and compensation to be paid for, the portions of the rights-of-way for provincial Highways 17 and that pass through the reserve. Mississauga 8 First Nation submitted its flooding claim to Ontario in September Ontario accepted the claim for negotiation in April Canada accepted the claim in August The parties began formal negotiations in February All parties are actively engaged in negotiations to settle the flooding claim.

Moose Cree First Nation submitted a claim that it did not receive all the reserve lands to which it is entitled under Treaty 9. Ontario accepted the claim for negotiation in Juneand Canada accepted the claim for negotiation in July Negotiations are ongoing. Naicatchewenin submitted a claim to Ontario and Canada inasserting that Ontario is trespassing on Reserve 17B as a result of the unauthorized construction and operation of the Burditt Lake Dam.

Canada and Ontario accepted this claim for negotiation in Inthe parties agreed to pause negotiations. Naicatchewenin First Nation submitted its treaty land entitlement claim to Canada in November Naicatchewenin First Nation asserts that it did not receive all the reserve lands to which it is entitled under the terms of Treaty 3. Canada accepted the claim for negotiation in January Naicatchewenin First Nation submitted the claim to Ontario in March Tripartite negotiations began in Julyand are ongoing. InNetmizaaggamig Nishnaabeg Pic Mobert First Nation brought legal action against Canada and Ontario seeking a declaration of unextinguished and exclusive Aboriginal Title to an area north of Lake Superior, claiming that they did not enter the Robinson Superior Treaty in and did not adhere to the Robinson Superior Treaty subsequent to As a result of these discussions, the parties entered into formal negotiations in September Negotiations between Netmizaaggamig Nishnaabeg, Ontario and Canada are ongoing.

Ojibways of Onigaming submitted a claim inalleging unauthorized and uncompensated taking and use of land for Highway 71 through Sabaskong Bay Reserve 35D. Five First Nations Couchiching, Mitaanjigamiing, Naicatchewenin, Nigigoonsiminikaaning and Seine River submitted claims to Canada and Ontario, alleging unauthorized and uncompensated flooding of their reserve lands on Rainy Lake following construction of the dam at Fort Frances.

Ontario accepted the claims for negotiation in Negotiations with Canada and Couchiching First Nation began in Surveying of flooding easements on the reserves and drafting of settlement and easement agreements is proceeding. More information: The Rainy Lake flooding claims. This claim, submitted to Canada in and Ontario inalleges the unauthorized and uncompensated taking and use of land in Manitou Rapids Reserve 11 for Highways 11 and Ontario accepted it for negotiation in December Canada accepted the claim for negotiation in September Canada closed the file in June This file has been inactive since that time.

The First Nation alleges that it did not receive the full amount of land to which it is entitled under Treaty No. The claim was accepted for negotiation by Ontario in March and by Canada in September Tripartite negotiations began in October It is anticipated that public and Section 35 consultations will begin in The Shawanaga First Nation submitted a claim to Canada and Ontario in an amended claim was submitted to Ontario in The claim asserts that the boundaries of the reserve the First Nation received under the Robinson Huron Treaty differ from what the First Nation understood it was to receive.

The claim was accepted for negotiation by Canada in and by Ontario in Tripartite negotiations began in The First Nation adhered in exchange for annuities and a reserve. Negotiations have not taken place since Claim type: Boundary. In AprilOntario accepted a claim from the Thessalon First Nation that the boundaries of the reserve it received under the Robinson Huron Treaty differ from what the First Nation understood it was to receive.

Thessalon First Nation and Ontario began negotiations in July This claim alleges that the Walpole Island First Nation has a continuing interest in the shore and road allowances located within and along the external boundaries of the lands identified as the former Lower Indian Reserve in Moore Township. This file has been inactive for several years. Ontario entered into negotiations with Wasauksing First Nation in June Should Canada and Wasauksing initial and the Boundary Clarification Agreement, the Ministry of Indigenous Affairs will work closely with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry to ensure this happens quickly.

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Washagamis Bay First Nation is claiming that certain islands west of Corkscrew Island in Clearwater Bay, and at the Mouth of White Partridge Bay, in Lake of the Woods were used for gardening purposes and were supposed to be set apart and confirmed by Canada and Ontario as reserve land.

Negotiations between the First Nation, Canada and Ontario are ongoing.

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Whitefish River First Nation is seeking the return of unsold surrendered land. Phase I is complete.

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Phase II is still outstanding. The First Nation chose to first address an outstanding highway claim before proceeding with negotiating the unsold surrendered land claim. Negotiation on the unsold surrendered land negotiations has not yet commenced. Ontario received a mandate to begin tripartite negotiations with Wiikwemkoong and Canada in Negotiations are ongoing and the parties are working towards a final Settlement Agreement.

Ontario is currently in the process of concluding public consultations and Class Environmental Assessment processes. Current land claims Learn about claims that have been accepted for negotiation, or are being researched and assessed, and settlement agreements that are being implemented. On this Skip this .

Kettle and Stony Point First Nation: Chippewa-Ojibway - Ipperwash Area, Ontario - Canada

Ginoogaming First Nation Location: km northeast of Thunder Bay, beside the Municipality of Greenstone Claim type: Treaty Land Entitlement Overview Ginoogaming First Nation submitted a claim to Ontario in Februaryasserting that it did not receive all the reserve lands to which it is entitled under Treaty 9. More information: Lake of the Woods flooding claims Matachewan Location: Approximately 60 kilometres southwest of Kirkland Lake Claim type: Treaty Land Entitlement Overview Matachewan First Nation submitted a treaty land entitlement claim to Canada and Ontario in Augustalleging that an insufficient amount of reserve land was set aside for the community pursuant to the provisions of Treaty 9.

Mississauga 8 Location: Blind River area Claim type: Right-of-way — Highway Overview Ontario, Canada, and the Mississauga 8 First Nation are addressing a of administrative issues associated with surveys of, and compensation to be paid for, the portions of the rights-of-way for provincial Highways 17 and that pass through the reserve.

Claim type: Boundary Overview In AprilOntario accepted a claim from the Thessalon First Nation that the boundaries of the reserve it received under the Robinson Huron Treaty differ from what the First Nation understood it was to receive. Walpole Island Location: Amhurstburg area Claim type: Unsold Surrendered Land Overview This claim alleges that the Walpole Island First Nation has a continuing interest in the shore and road allowances located within and along the external boundaries of the lands identified as the former Lower Indian Reserve in Moore Township.

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