";s:4:"text";s:2185:" There have always been questions about what First Nation’s people understood and what was promised, concerning Treaty #9.
The government’s treaty representatives were ill-suited for the negotiations. You will pay nothing.” 19. Italy was promised Trieste, southern Tyrol, northern Dalmatia, and What was promised at the signing of the treaty and what actually was put down in writing has always been a matter for debate. 9 with the Crown. Scott, at the time, believed that Aboriginal people should be assimilated into …
Remember, First Nation people back then did not speak the English language. Duncan Campbell Scott and Samuel Stewart were the two treaty commissioners for the government of Canada. The Allies wanted Italy’s participation because of its border with Austria.
The NAN signatories relied on these veral promises as their basis for agreeing to sign Treaty No. It was signed in London on 26 April 1915 by Great Britain, France, Russia, and Italy.
Treaty 9, or the James Bay Treaty, was signed in 1905 and 1906 between the government of Canada, the province of Ontario and the Ojibway, Cree and Oji-Cree of northern Ontario. Elder John Baptiste explained some of the promised benefits, “It was said, you will be given a house, you will be provided what to plant with, you will be given materials for your house, you will be given from which you will maintain your land.