Algonquin land claim, a journey of reconciliation

A final treaty will provide economic development, social and cultural opportunities that will not only benefit the Algonquins of Ontario, but provide tremendous advantage to our neighbours living within Eastern Ontario.

This just in: Most Canadians are unaware that Parliament Hill sits on unceded Algonquin land. The House of Commons, the Senate, and the Supreme Court of Canada make laws for all Canadians while situated on land that was never lawfully purchased from the aboriginal owners, contrary to formal legal rules established in 1763. Photograph by Jake Wright, The Hill Times

By Robert Potts

PUBLISHED :Friday, June 28, 2013 5:48 PM

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