Aboriginal Law Report Feb 1-7, 2021 – First Peoples Law

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Aboriginal Law Report Feb 1-7, 2021 – First Peoples Law

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Sipekne’katik First Nation is defending their Treaty rights in court

  • Sipekne’katik sues Nova Scotia, says fish buying regulations infringe on treaty rights – Ku’ku’kwes News
  • Sipekne’katik takes Nova Scotia to court over moderate livelihood sales | The Chronicle Herald
  • Mi’kmaw women appeal for state-appointed counsel against fishing charges | The Signal
  • Caribou man charged after shots fired at fisherman in Northumberland Strait | CBC News

Harvesting rights were front and centre in Nunavut and the NWT

  • Nunavut mine blockade to continue until concerns are addressed, say Inuit hunters | CBC News
  • Pond Inlet protesters say mine expansion ignores Nunavut Agreement | CBC News
  • Yellowknives Dene, federal gov’t agree to further talks about Giant Mine apology, compensation | CBC News

Read More: https://www.firstpeopleslaw.com/aboriginal-law-report/c5cbc166fb16842497632f803e543c55

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