“Treaties are agreements made between the Government of Canada, Indigenous groups and often provinces and territories that define ongoing rights and obligations on all sides. These agreements set out continuing treaty rights and benefits for each group” (From Government of Canada, 2020).
This collection of resources provides information about the treaties and land agreements that make up Canada.
There are more than 40 treaties and land agreements between Indigenous groups and the Ontario government at all levels. This list provides links to maps and information about the treaties that make up Ontario.
Treaties of Windsor-Essex and Chatham-Kent
There are two treaties that cover the southern most counties in Ontario: