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2 years 3 months
2013 / PDF
In 2008, I wrote a paper primarily based on the Plaintiff’s Final Argument, which postulated that oral history is “... a source of information that provides a more complete understanding of the issues and legal tests involved in Aboriginal rights litigation. Oral history not only illuminates historic events, but it provides context and an Aboriginal perspective to those events.
Author(s): Gary S. Campo, of Woodward & Company
2 years 3 months
2008 / PDF
This paper sets out to discuss aspects of the physical occupancy element of the test for Aboriginal title, and how Vickers J. interpreted and applied Marshall; Bernard in the recently released Tsilhqot’in Nation decision. Tsilhqot’in Nation is the most recent Aboriginal title case since the Supreme Court of Canada decided Marshall; Bernard in 2005. In fact, that SCC decision was released during...
Author(s): Jack Woodward, Pat Hutchings and Leigh Anne Baker of Woodward & Company
2 years 3 months
2012 / Video
Resource Producer: National Centre for First Nations Governance
Author(s): National Centre for First Nations Governance
2 years 3 months
2010 / Video
Resource Producer: National Centre for First Nations Governance
Author(s): National Centre for First Nations Governance
2 years 3 months
2010 / Video
Tsawwassen's story about creating laws and policies after their historic treaty signing provides important insight for all First Nations who wish to develop laws and policy.
Resource Producer: National Centre for First Nations Governance
Author(s): National Centre for First Nations Governance (981)
Found in: Legal | Rights & Title | Treaty
2 years 3 months
2015 / PDF
In order to redress the legacy of residential schools and advance the process of Canadian reconciliation, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission makes the following calls to action...
Author(s): The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada
2 years 3 months
2015 / PDF
For over a century, the central goals of Canada’s Aboriginal policy were to eliminate Aboriginal governments; ignore Aboriginal rights; terminate the Treaties; and, through a process of assimilation, cause Aboriginal peoples to cease to exist as distinct legal, social, cultural, religious, and racial entities in Canada. The establishment and operation of residential schools were a central element...
Author(s): The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada
2 years 3 months
2008 / PDF
The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
Author(s): United Nations
3 years 10 months
2011 /
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3 years 10 months
2012 /
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