Aboriginal Law Report Oct 19-25, 2020 – First Peoples Law

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Aboriginal Law Report Oct 19-25, 2020 – First Peoples Law

by ahnationtalk on October 26, 202033 Views

This week’s edition includes injunctions, Indigenous food sovereignty, climate change, colonial policing, environmental racism, cross-border rights, #1492LandBackLane, #SipeknekatikStrong and more.

Mi’kmaq continue to defend their inherent and Treaty rights on the land and water

  • Sipekne’katik First Nation Chief responds to emergency debate on Mi’kmaw fishery | APTN News
  • N.S. judge issues injunction to end interference, threats against Sipekne’katik fishery | CBC News
  • N.S. First Nation pulls lobster boats from water, says it lost potential $1.5 million after being ‘blacklisted’ | National Post
  • First Nations have their own legal authority to regulate their fishing rights – Policy Options
  • Settler Forgetting in Saulnierville: The Sipekne’katik Mi’kmaw Fishery as Reminder – NiCHE
  • ‘We’re not backing down’: Potlokek First Nation Chief says of lobster fishery | CTV News
  • ‘Abject failure’: Sen. Murray Sinclair criticizes federal response to Mi’kmaw fishery dispute | CBC Radio
  • Bellegarde wants Brenda Lucki out as head of RCMP | The Star

Read More: https://www.firstpeopleslaw.com/aboriginal-law-report/cb7300baada6f2261982cdba7c66b762

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