Northern Ontario Fishing Dispute Could Lead to Big Changes for Indigenous Rights –
Northern Ontario fishing dispute could lead to big changes for Indigenous rights
The Robinson-Huron Treaty of 1850, which enshrined hunting and fishing rights for the people of Lake Nipissing and much of northeastern Ontario and was later constitutionally recognized, was signed by McLeod's great-grandfather. "It's a communal right.

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