A proposed settlement has been reached in a class action suit against a former Anglican priest and Scout Leader.

The settlement identifies more than $13.25 million to be shared among the victims of Ralph Rowe.

Rowe was convicted on several charges related to the abuse of dozens of Indigenous youth in northwestern Ontario and Manitoba during the 1970s and 80s.

That led to a class action suit being filed in 2017 seeking $110 million.

The proposed agreement established limits on the amount of money victims are eligible for.

It must first be approved by the court.

A hearing will take place on October 27 in Thunder Bay.