Cultural Grounds – Reserve Road at Naughton, Ontario
The Robinson-Huron Treaty between the British Crown and the Ojibways of Lake Huron was entered into on September 9th. 1850.
The Chiefs have invited elders, historians, legal experts and citizens to educate people about the meaning of the treaty, discuss the treaty’s history, and learn about Anishinabek law and to celebrate the Anishinabek way of life.
Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day and Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde will be in attendance.
PLEASE BRING YOUR FEAST BUNDLES. NO BOTTLED WATER.