Ginoogaming First Nation v. Quaternary and Ontario

The Tragic Wounding of Ontario’s Mining Industry

Illustrating Many Falsities and Harms of a Typical Indigenous, Treaty area “Consult and Accommodate” Claim


PART 1

Ginoogaming First Nation, claiming that Quaternary’s mining exploration permit would harm their “sacred land”, sues Quaternary and Ontario for an injunction preventing Quaternary from exploring its mining claims.


PART 2

The Ontario Superior Court of Justice Rules in Favour of Ginoogaming: In a Decision That Infantilizes Ginoogaming Members, the Court Rules That Because of Their Anishinaabe Culture They Couldn’t Read and Properly Comprehend Letters and Emails and Therefore They Were Not Properly Consulted Before the Quaternary Mining Exploration Permit Was Issued.

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