Treaty requires arbitration of revenue sharing disagreements — What principles apply to the interpretation of a modern land claims agreement which has the force of law — Whether terms of treaty remove jurisdiction of provincial superior court to hear and determine revenue sharing disagreements — If so, can parties attorn to jurisdiction of provincial superior court — Whether all Nunatsiavut claims, including those relating to constitutional duty to consult, honour of Crown and fiduciary duty, must be resolved through arbitration and not by provincial superior court. — dismissed 09/29/2022 — Supreme Advocacy acted as agent for the Respondent.

Read the lower court decision from the NLCA here.