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IMPORTANCE OF THE DUTY TO CONSULT & ACCOMMODATE

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Contents INTRODUCTION 1

Contents INTRODUCTION 1 INTRODUCTION ABORIGINAL CONSULTATION AND ACCOMMODATION ATTRACTING AND RETAINING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TO FORT WILLIAM FIRST NATION EARLY PEOPLE OF KITCHIGAMI (LAKE SUPERIOR) HISTORICAL TIMECHART FOR THE PEOPLE OF LAKE SUPERIOR ENTERPRISE AT FORT WILLIAM FIRST NATION THE MEDICINE WHEEL, THE FOUR SEASONS & THE MOONS 1 4 5 7 9 20 21 The Anishinaabe Nation are the Indigenous people who’ve lived in and around Northwestern Ontario for thousands of years. An immense legacy of traditional knowledge, cultural beliefs, values, practices and language has been conveyed by Elders and is constantly changing and adapting for the benefit of future generations. As one of the original signatories to the Robinson-Superior Treaty of 1850, Fort William First Nation’s land extends the north shore of Lake Superior to the height of land separating the Great Lakes watershed from the Arctic watershed. Under provisions of the Robinson-Superior Treaty, the Fort William Reserve was created in 1853. Today, almost 2,200 members live on or off reserve with governance by an elected Chief and Council. Fort William First Nation is located at the geographical centre of North America, adjacent to the City of Thunder Bay. The area is a vital gateway to the north, all of Canada and the American Midwest. Fort William First Nation is well positioned to drive diverse First Nation economic development with excellent access to regional commercial, transportation, medical, communications and education facilities. The Thunder Bay International Airport, the fifth busiest airport in Ontario, is a tenminute drive from Fort William First Nation. The Trans-Canada Highway runs through Thunder Bay accommodating a large volume of Trans-Canada traffic. Port facilities on Lake Superior at the head of the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaway system handle all types of cargoes and are served by the Canadian National and Canadian Pacific Railways, and major trucking companies.

N Kakabeka Falls MCKELLER ISLAND Thunder Bay MISSION ISLAND Original Reserve Boundaries Negotiated in 1850 Present-Day Fort William First Nation Reserve Lake Superior 2 PIE ISLAND FLATLAND ISLAND FORT WILLIAM FIRST NATION HISTORIC AND PRESENT DAY LAND BOUNDARIES Original Reserve Boundaries Negotiated in 1850 Fort William First Nation Reserve as of 2010 Owned by the Fort William First Nation Development Corp. This map is for reference purposes only.

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