What is the influence of principles applicable to the interpretation of modern treaties, if any, on the Court’s approach to the review of a Minister’s decision?

What standard of review applies to a Minister’s decision taken according to a modern treaty between Indigenous Peoples and the Crown? The decision Makivik Corporation v. Canada (Attorney General), 2021 FCA 184 provides an answer. Correctness is the standard that should apply to the Minister’s decision on matters of treaty interpretation, scope of Aboriginal and treaty rights under section 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982 and procedural fairness. Decisions not pertaining to these categories call for applying the reasonableness standard.