Nuchatlaht Land Back | Part 1: Abandonment

In the first-ever title case argued in B.C. since the province introduced UNDRIP legislation, Crown lawyers assert the nation lost territorial rights by not consistently occupying their lands. Jack Woodward, Q.C explains how this defence of abandonment is a procedural barrier and the Province has purposefully taken up this phoney defence to delay justice. Watch the full video on the Indigenous Law Youtube Channel by clicking HERE.