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Brown V. Canada (Attorney General), 2017 Onsc 251, Ontario Superior Court Of Justice (Belobaba J.), 14 February 2017
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice held that Canada was liable for the loss or harm suffered by approximately 16,000 Aboriginal children apprehended and removed from their homes in Ontario...
Canada
16 Mar 2017
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Spookw V. Gitxsan Treaty Society, 2017 BCCA 16, Court Of Appeal For British Columbia (Harris, Goepel And Savage JJ.A.), 12 January 2017
The British Columbia Court of Appeal held that certain members and Bands of a First Nation did not have standing to pursue remedies against a corporate body representing the First Nation in treaty negotiations.
Canada
16 Mar 2017
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Great Bear Rainforest (Forest Management) Act Could Create Social Licence
Twenty years ago, what is now called the Great Bear Rainforest, was on the front lines of environmental activism.
Canada
21 Apr 2016
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Federal Court Of Appeal Upholds The National Energy Board's Authorization Of Seismic Testing In Davis Strait And Baffin Bay
On August 17, 2015, the Federal Court of Appeal (the "Court") released a highly anticipated decision that addressed the scope of the Crown's duty to consult and accommodate the Inuit of Clyde River...
Canada
23 Sep 2015
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UPDATE: Canada Day Brings With It New AER Application Requirements Regarding First Nations Consultation
In our February 27, 2015 blog posting, we alerted industry participants to new application requirements set out in the Joint Operating Procedures for First Nations Consultation on Energy Resource Activities.
Canada
3 Jul 2015
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Government Of Canada Blocked From Dismantling Tłįchǫs Wek'ezhi Land And Water Board
In Tłįchǫ Government v Canada (Attorney General), 2015 NWTSC 9, the Northwest Territories Supreme Court granted the Tłįchǫ First Nation interlocutory injunctive relief.
Canada
9 Apr 2015
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UPDATE: New Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) Application Requirements Regarding First Nations Consultation NO LONGER To Take Effect March 2
There is no indication in Bulletin 2015-10 as to the reason for, or anticipated length of, the delay in the Joint Operating Procedures taking effect.
Canada
24 Mar 2015
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Government Of Canada Blocked From Dismantling Tłįchǫs Wek'ezhi Land And Water Board
In Tłįchǫ Government v Canada, 2015 NWTSC 9, the Northwest Territories Supreme Court granted the Tłįchǫ First Nation interlocutory injunctive relief.
Canada
20 Mar 2015
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Government Of Canada Blocked From Dismantling Tłįchǫ's Wek'ezhi Land And Water Board
The decision is important as it raises the spectre of regulatory uncertainty in an area that is evolving quickly.
Canada
13 Mar 2015
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New AER Application Requirements Regarding First Nations Consultation To Take Effect March 2
On February 4, 2015, the Alberta Energy Regulator (the "AER") announced the release of the Joint Operating Procedures for First Nations Consultation on Energy Resource Activities (the "Joint Operating Procedures"), which contain new requirements for applications under the "specified enactments", defined in the Responsible Energy Development Act ("REDA") as the Mines and Minerals Act [Part 8], Public Lands Act, Water Act, and Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act ("EPEA").
Canada
3 Mar 2015
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The Crown Found Liable For Damages Flowing From First Nations Blockade
A private company could rely on permits to claim damages from the Crown when members of a First Nation prevented their access to timber lots covered by the permits.
Canada
22 May 2014
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Ahousaht Indian Band And Nation v. Canada (Attorney General), 2013 BCCA 30, Supreme Court Of Canada (Leave Application)
The Supreme Court of Canada dismissed the application for leave to appeal from the above noted decision of the British Columbia Court of Appeal, with costs.
Canada
4 Feb 2014
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Canada At The Helm: Challenge And Change At The Arctic Council
Earlier this month Canada began its two-year tenure as the chair of the Arctic Council.
Canada
10 Jun 2013
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Non-Traditional Protection for Traditional Culture
Aboriginal traditions, cultural practices and skills are guarded from misinterpretation and degradation by being carefully and respectfully handed down from generation to generation.
Canada
27 Nov 2012
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Aboriginal Involvement And Environmental Assessment For Project Development (Video content)
Adam Chamberlain, a partner at Borden Ladner Gervais LLP with extensive experience in energy law and Aboriginal law, talks about the duty to consult with Aboriginal communities in electricity generation and transmission projects.
Canada
22 Nov 2012
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