Aboriginal Law News & Analysis
By Bruce McIvorHappy Father's Day. This week's edition includes pipelines, fracking, fish farms, flooding, sacred sites, Treaty rights, UNDRIP, cannabis and more.
By Bruce McIvorIt's Indigenous History Month. This week's edition includes UNDRIP, fracking, an archeological find, statues, Freedom Road, the MMIWG final report, and more.
By Bruce McIvorThis week's edition includes UNDRIP, Treaty rights, self-governance, consultation, Arctic patrol ships, and more.
The strength of the common law is that it evolves. The courts, especially appellate courts, hear submissions from a wide range of parties that reflect and are informed by the broader public debate over the role of law in society. The courts respond to and add to the debate incrementally, decision by decision. In this way, courts develop the law in a way that is consistent with changing societal values and priorities.
By Kate Gunn
By Bruce McIvorThis week's edition includes Supreme Court rulings, pipelines, mining, consent, treaty negotiations, hockey and more.
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