Aboriginal Law News & Analysis
By Bruce McIvorThis week's edition includes Indian Day School hearings, the MMIWG Inquiry, the oil tanker ban, UNDRIP, mining reform, jury selection, genocide, fascism, and more.
By Bruce McIvorHappy Mother's Day! After a hiatus, the weekly Aboriginal Law Report is back! This week's update includes Indigenous child welfare, environmental assessments, trespass legislation, Aboriginal title, pipelines, racism and free speech, and much more.
Last week, the British Columbia Court of Appeal released its long-awaited decision in R. v. Desautel, 2019 BCCA 151. The Court of Appeal upheld the decisions of the lower courts that Richard Desautel, a citizen of the United States, has an Aboriginal right to hunt in the Arrow Lakes region of British Columbia which is protected by section 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982.
By Kate Gunn
- 19/02/18Download our New Book for Free!
Our new book, Canadian Aboriginal Law in 2018: Essays and Case Summaries, is now available as a free download through our website.
By Bruce McIvorOur new book, Canadian Aboriginal Law in 2018: Essays and Case Summaries, is now available as a free download through our website.
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