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Nation Huronne Wendat First Nation

Wendake is the only community in Canada with the Huron-Wendat Nation who have occupied the estuary and valley of the St. Lawrence, our majestic Grande Rivière, to the Great Lakes region.

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Wendake is the only community in Canada with the Huron-Wendat Nation. From time immemorial, the Huron-Wendat have occupied the estuary and valley of the St. Lawrence, our majestic Grande Rivière, to the Great Lakes region.

It was the Huron-Wendat Grand Chief Donnacona who welcomed explorer Jacques Cartier to Stadaconé on his journey in search of India in the 1530s.

e the General Agreement in Principle covering a significant portion of the territory protected by the Huron-British Treaty of 1760, the Nionwentsïo, and to prevent the conclusion of a final Innu treaty affecting this territory, unless the federal government has previously consulted and obtained the consent of the Huron-Wendat Nation.

2011 the federal government and the Huron-Wendat Nation set up a discussion table based on the validity and recognition of the Huron-British Treaty of 1760, the objective of which is to develop a common perspective on the meaning of this treaty in 1760 and its application today.

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