The Scrivener: 4 part series on Aboriginal Land Interest and Registering Aboriginal Lands
The Scrivener, Winter, 2017 to Winter 2016: 4 part series on Aboriginal Land Interest and Registering Aboriginal Lands by Jack Woodward and Ethan Krindle. Here are all 4 articles in one PDF.
Vancouver Media Co-op: Delgamuukw versus The Queen
VMC, December 11, 2017: 20 years later, Gisdayway family produces searing report on a legacy of dispossession and division following the court ruling that Gitksan and Wetsuwet’en title survives. On December 11, 1997, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that British Columbia has not extinguished Gitksan and Wet’suwet’en title and rights. The watershed case collected […]
Canada 150: Building a Free and Democratic Society
From Lexis Nexis a stunning coffee table book: It’s the 150th anniversary of Canada’s Confederation and we’re marking this historic event with the release of a one-of-a-kind publication, Canada at 150: Building a Free and Democratic Society. This pictorial celebration commemorates 150 years of Canada’s legal and constitutional democracy as well as the 35th anniversary of the Constitution […]
Title Fight: The Tsilhqot’in Nation got its land back. Canada will never be the same
The Walrus, July 22,2015 and updated on August 22, 2017: You might find it improbable that a young boy playing on the eastern slopes of British Columbia’s Coast Mountains once jumped on an iceberg and rode it down the Chilko River to where it joins the Fraser, and floated out to the sea. Or that when […]