Aboriginal Law Report Sept 14-20, 2020 – First Peoples Law

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Aboriginal Law Report Sept 14-20, 2020 – First Peoples Law

by ahnationtalk on September 21, 202037 Views

Sept 14-20, 2020

By Bruce McIvor and Cody O’Neil

This week’s edition includes fishing rights, hunting rights, Charter rights, the duty to consult, UNDRIP and more.


Treaty rights remain front and centre in Mi’kmaq territory

  • These Indigenous fishermen in Nova Scotia just defied the federal government in a bid to make history | The Star
  • Fisheries conflict: Mi’kmaw Chiefs declare state of emergency – APTN News
  • UBCIC Stands in Solidarity with the Mi’kmaq and Condemns Reprehensible, Unlawful Acts of Violence and Hostility against Mi’kmaq Fishers – UBCIC
  • Sipekne’katik Chief calls on NS Premier, DFO, RCMP to protect Mi’kmaw harvesters’ treaty rights – Ku’ku’kwes News
  • Mi’kmaq tackle decades-old standstill on fishing rights with historic, self-regulated lobster fishery | CBC News

Read More: https://www.firstpeopleslaw.com/aboriginal-law-report/1999fc6c48c659c1049c9385ed4b7326


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