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Indigenous

2021

MAY 26

Key Developments in Aboriginal Law, Volume 2

Bill Taggart’s comprehensive review of the Anishnabek Nation Governance Agreement appears in Key Developments in Aboriginal Law, Volume 2 edited by Thomas Isaac and published by Thomson Reuters.

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2020

NOVEMBER 27

Connecting Indigenous Communities to High Speed Internet

With the opening of the application period for the Universal Broadband Fund (UBF), which was announced by the federal government earlier this month, there is great opportunity for Indigenous communities to improve internet and mobile connectivity in their communities and surrounding areas at a very low cost.

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2017

JULY 26

Application For Limestone Quarry Licence Set Aside For Failure To Have 'Meaningful Conversation' With First Nation

In a decision released by the Ontario Divisional Court on July 14, 2017, the Saugeen Ojibway First Nation (SON) was successful in challenging a limestone quarry licence issued by the Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry to the Proponent T&P Hayes Ltd. (citation: Saugeeen First Nation v Ontario (MNRF), 2017 ONSC 3456)...

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2015

SEPTEMBER 15

DUTIES OF ABORIGINAL CONSULTATION AND ACCOMODATION

TWO RECENT FEDERAL COURT DECISIONS ON OIL AND GAS AND HYDRO-ELECTRIC DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS REFINE DUTIES OF ABORIGINAL CONSULTATION AND ACCOMMODATION.

 

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2014

SEPTEMBER 17

Aboriginal Law

JULY 17

Aboriginal Law

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