Understanding how BC Supreme Court ruling affects all Onkwehon:we

On June 26, 2014, the Supreme Court of Canada released its reasons in Tsilhqot’in Nation v. British Columbia. The decision is the first time that…

New Gladue Court off to a slow start

he Ontario Court of Justice’s new ‘Aboriginal’ Persons’ Court (also known as Gladue Court), got off to a slow start last Thursday.

Aboriginal Persons’ Court opens for business

The Ontario Court of Justice in Brantford was packed Tuesday morning as the new Aboriginal Persons’ Court (APC) held their open ceremonies. The

Tyendinaga Youth wins the James Bartleman Aboriginal Youth Creative Writing Award

Tyendinaga resident Emily Workman, 12 years old, is one of six winners of the prestigious James Bartleman Aboriginal Youth Creative Writing Awards for her poem,…

Understanding the Duty to Consult

In 2004, the Supreme Court of Canada set out the legal framework for the Crown’s duty to consult and accommodate in the Haida and Taku…

UN Special Rapporteur welcomed to Winnipeg with Jingle Dress Dance

WINNIPEG – Portage and Main, the busiest intersection in downtown Winnipeg was closed to traffic and instead rang out with jingles, drumming, whoops, and singing…

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