The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal has re-opened the possibility that Indians from outside of Saskatchewan can exercise harvesting rights under the terms of treaty and the provisions of the National… Read More
Despite Canada’s intellectual property (IP) laws failing to provide protections specifically for Indigenous peoples’ traditional knowledge, there are a number of ways traditional knowledge can be protected – including through… Read More
A recent Quebec Court of Appeal decision has affirmed the constitutionality of Indigenous peoples’ right to self-government over child and family services, and may signal a trend of Canadian courts… Read More
A recent decision from the Supreme Court of British Columbia confirms that First Nations can sue industry licensees for damages flowing from interference with their Aboriginal rights.
In Thomas and Saik’uz… Read More
Authors: Meaghan Conroy, Jessica Buhler, Kylee Wilyman
A recent Alberta Court of Appeal decision has important implications for both Indigenous communities and utility providers, particularly those looking to form partnerships.
In AltaLink Management Ltd v… Read More
Authors: Sonia Eggerman, Aaron Fritzler, Josh Morrison
A recent decision of the Saskatchewan Court of Queen’s Bench provides guidance for First Nations people looking to hunt in Saskatchewan.
In R v Green, Justice Mitchell of… Read More