First Peoples Law is dedicated to defending and advancing Indigenous peoples' Aboriginal title, rights and Treaty rights.

First Peoples Law 2014

March 23, 2015

By Bruce McIvor

2014 was a watershed year in Aboriginal law. The effect of the Supreme Court of Canada's Tsilhqot'in and Grassy Narrows decisions will be felt for years to come.

To mark this milestone in the ongoing struggle for respect and recognition of Indigenous peoples' rights in Canada, we have combined some of our most popular essays from 2014 with powerful essays by two of our clients into one beautifully illustrated volume free to download. A limited number of hard copies are also available at a cost that covers printing and shipping.

We hope you find this collection informative, engaging and encouraging.

To download a free copy, read online or buy a hard copy please click on the book cover below.

 

 

Comments
Laurie Woods(2 years ago)
Please send me an copy I'm very interested in reading it I'm an Gitxsan and Secwepecm (Shuswap) I Indian

Lois Williams(2 years ago)
Please send me a copy.
Thank you.

Rebecca L. Yellow Wings(2 years ago)
I would love to read on website ! Thanks

Clement Durocher(2 years ago)
I would like this Book either way Electronic or hard copy.

Thanks a Million

Ursa(2 years ago)
I would greatly appreciate receiving a copy, thanks!

Tracy(2 years ago)
I would be happy with a book or electronic version.

Jodie-Lynn(2 years ago)
I'd like a hard copy please. I will pay the cost.

Bruce McIvor(2 years ago)
Here's the link to download a free copy, read online or buy a hard copy:
http://www.firstpeopleslaw.com/public-education/publications.php

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