Even though I am a Canadian subject, I should be entitled to reparations for my German half since many of my ancestors fought for the Union during the Civil War.
I figure about half a mil should settle the matter equitably.
Part of my work at Dupont Research involved the use of a "colorimeter" to measure the color in polyethylene samples. In order to implement the programs, I think either Service Ontario or Service Canada should all be outfitted with colorimeters to be used whenever anyone shows up to apply for pogey or health cards, etc. The adjustments can be made every year when income taxes are filed. The darker the skin, the higher the premium. (Sorry Kro and KK.)