28 03, 2018

Briefs at Brief: Recently Decided Indigenous Case Law

2018-09-11T11:40:58-04:00

R v Reynolds, 2017 NBCA 36 Subject : Fish and wildlife offences- illegal sale of moose Facts: The Aboriginal defendant killed a moose and traded its meat to K for a car. K, a non-Aboriginal person, was charged with unlawfully possessing and trading moose meat under Fish and Wildlife Act. The Defendant was charged as an [...]

Briefs at Brief: Recently Decided Indigenous Case Law2018-09-11T11:40:58-04:00
24 07, 2017

The Government of Canada releases 10 guiding principles for its relationship with Indigenous Peoples

2018-09-11T13:01:13-04:00

Summary The Government of Canada recognizes that: All relations with Indigenous peoples need to be based on the recognition and implementation of their right to self-determination, including the inherent right of self-government. Reconciliation is a fundamental purpose of section 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982. The honour of the Crown guides the conduct of the [...]

The Government of Canada releases 10 guiding principles for its relationship with Indigenous Peoples2018-09-11T13:01:13-04:00
11 11, 2016

Moulton Contracting Ltd v British Columbia, 2015 BCCA 89

2017-06-09T10:56:49-04:00

By: Zachary Miloff PDF Download   Word Download On February 26, 2015, the British Columbia Court of Appeal (“the Court”) overturned a trial judge’s order that the Province of British Columbia (“the Province”) pay logging contractor Moulton Contracting Ltd. (“Moulton”) a sum of $1.75 million in damages for the Province’s failure to disclose Fort Nelson First [...]

Moulton Contracting Ltd v British Columbia, 2015 BCCA 892017-06-09T10:56:49-04:00