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

First Peoples Law 2016

January 27, 2016

By Bruce McIvor

Last year we took a flier on putting together a collection of essays on Aboriginal law. The response was overwhelming. Comments included ‘bold’, ‘powerful’, ‘beautiful.’ We quickly ran out of the initial print run and had to go back to the printer for a few thousand more.

So, we’ve done it again.

As with the first edition, this collection is part of our commitment to the ongoing public discussion of Indigenous Peoples’ rights in Canada. It is intended to highlight developments in the law in 2015, not as a definitive guide to Aboriginal law decisions.

Once again, we hope you find this collection informative, engaging and encouraging.

Please click here or on the cover below to download a free electronic copy or order a paperback copy.


Bruce McIvor, lawyer and historian, is principal of First Peoples Law Corporation.

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