Category Archives: Aboriginal

Federal Court Grants Alberta Leave to Intervene in TransMountain Proceedings: Has Alberta Earned the Privilege?

By: Shaun Fluker PDF Version: Federal Court Grants Alberta Leave to Intervene in TransMountain Proceedings: Has Alberta Earned the Privilege? Case Commented On: Tsleil-Waututh Nation v Canada (Attorney General), 2017 FCA 102 (CanLII) In Tsleil-Waututh Nation v Canada (Attorney General) Justice … Continue reading

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The Alberta Energy Regulator Grants Rare Participation Rights to Three Indigenous Groups

By: Amy Matychuk PDF Version: The Alberta Energy Regulator Grants Rare Participation Rights to Three Indigenous Groups Decision Commented On: The Alberta Energy Regulator decision on participation in the hearing of Prosper Petroleum Ltd.’s Rigel Project, March 16 2017 On March … Continue reading

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The Rule of Law in Canada 150 Years After Confederation: Re-Imagining the Rule of Law and Recognizing Indigenous Peoples as Founders of Canada

By: Kathleen Mahoney PDF Version: The Rule of Law in Canada 150 Years After Confederation: Re-Imagining the Rule of Law and Recognizing Indigenous Peoples as Founders of Canada The 150th anniversary of Confederation is upon us. The starting point for nation-wide … Continue reading

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The Alberta Utilities Commission Rules on Its Jurisdiction to Assess Crown Aboriginal Consultation

By: Kirk N. Lambrecht Q.C. PDF Version: The Alberta Utilities Commission Rules on Its Jurisdiction to Assess Crown Aboriginal Consultation Decisions Commented On: AUC Ruling on jurisdiction to determine Questions stated in Notices of Questions of Constitutional Law, October 7, 2016, … Continue reading

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Reasons, Respect and Reconciliation

By: Nigel Bankes PDF Version: Reasons, Respect and Reconciliation Case Commented On: Kainaiwa/Blood Tribe v Alberta (Energy), 2017 ABQB 107 (CanLII) Reconciliation between Canada’s settler society and First Nations and other indigenous communities certainly requires mutual respect but it should also … Continue reading

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