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Book Spotlight - Indigenous Peoples and the Law in Canada: Cases and Commentary 2024

Posted by Peel Law Association on 8 March 2024

Information provided on Thomson Reuters' website:

The new edition features new essays providing succinct and accessible analyses of legal issues facing Indigenous Peoples:

  • Now What? Next Steps for Uprooting the Discovery (April 13, 2023, Kate Gunn)
  • The Alberta "Sovereignty" Act and Indigenous Jurisdiction (February 2, 2023, Kate Gunn and Cody O'Neil)
  • Indigenous Hunting Rights and the NRTA: Case Comment on R. v. Green (December 1, 2022, Kate Gunn and Nisha Sikka)
  • Reconciliation and Aboriginal Title: Case Comment on The Nuchatlaht v. British Columbia

For more information about this resource, click here.

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