Aboriginal Rights Litigation
This collection of essays grew out of a series of meetings, seminars and a conference organized by the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples. It is a comprehensive discussion of aboriginal rights litigation as it applies to off-reserve Aboriginal peoples - a population that comprises approximately 70% of the total native population in Canada.
Products to Consider
Aboriginal Legal Issues - Cases, Materials and Commentary, 4th Edition
This comprehensive casebook surveys the most important issues in Canadian law concerning Aboriginal peoples, contextualising them within their larger cultural, political and sociological framework.
Halsbury's Laws of Canada - Aboriginal
Halsbury's Aboriginal title succinctly articulates all pertinent legislation and summarizes and analyzes the extensive decisions rendered by the Supreme Court of Canada.
The Honour of the Crown and its Fiduciary Duties to Aboriginal Peoples
The honour of the Crown and its fiduciary duties are legal concepts at the heart of the reconciliation imperative. This book comprehensively presents these central doctrines of Aboriginal law, with exhaustive citations and documentation for all points of discussion.
The Law of Treaties Between the Crown and Aboriginal Peoples
This book provides authoritative and comprehensive information and insight into the law concerning the treaties between the Aboriginal peoples and the Crown in Canada.