Innu groups sue IOC Rio Tinto

Two Innu communities in Quebec and Newfoundland are suing the Iron Ore Company of Canada for $900 million dollars. 
According to CBC, the groups claim that the IOC Rio Tinto has mined their land for over 60 years and it is time for them to pay up.
The requested amount is based on how much the mining company has made since they began drilling in 1954.
Quebec Superior Court Justice Marc-Andre Blanchard has denied an effort from the IOC to have the case thrown out, signaling to the Innu people to continue their class-action lawsuit.