The Crown appealed to the Court of Appeal for Ontario and lost, then appealed further to the Supreme Court of Canada, again without success. Thus, the trial judgement was affirmed by the Court of Appeal for Ontario in 1972 and by the Supreme Court of Canada in 1974…”
This raises the obvious question of what can people do to assist in forcing the state to adjust [ a very modest word I admit ] it’s practices and procedures in how it deals with land owners? The answer is remarkably simple. If you own a piece of land anywhere within the province of Ontario, in the country or withini city limits, you need to do two things. First, join your nearest landowners association, and second obtain your land grant patent from the Ministry of Natural resources land grant registry in Peterborough. You will need to know the name of the township at the time the grant was issued as well as the lot and concession within that township. The fee for aquiring the land grant patent will range between $50.00 to 200.00 for a certified copy. Once you have your grant, photocopy it and send the duplicate to the Ontario Landowners association.
To aquire your patent you can call 705 755 2193.