Category Archives: Canada

Alberta Law Review Symposium on Indian Law in Canada

Here: Vol 56, No 3: Law, Justice, and Reconciliation in Post-TRC Canada PUBLISHED: 2019-03-26 INTRODUCTION Introduction Catherine Bell, Hadley Friedland  PDF ARTICLES Envisioning Indigenous Community Courts to Realize Justice in Canada for First Nations Angelique EagleWoman  PDF Cannabis, Reconciliation, and the … Continue reading

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NYTs: “‘The Nation Has Stood Up’: Indigenous Clans in Canada Battle Pipeline Project”

Here.

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New Issue of International Human Rights journal

Here: iur_254 Features articles about Canadian Indian labor issues and a paper by Kaighn Smith and Joel Williams: “Native Americans, Tribal Sovereignty and Unions.”

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The Conversation: “Historical lawsuit affirms Indigenous laws on par with Canada’s”

Here, by Prof. Darcy Lindberg.

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Trudeau Apology to Tsilqhot’in

Here is “Trudeau apologizes to B.C. Indigenous community for 1864 hanging of chiefs.”

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WaPo: “Thousands of Canada’s indigenous children died in church-run boarding schools. Where are they buried?”

Article link here.

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The Guardian: “While Nestlé extracts millions of litres from their land, residents have no drinking water”

Here.

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Canada’s Federal Court of Appeals Rejects Kinder Morgan Pipeline

Inadequate consultation with First Nations is among the reasons. More here.

Posted in Author: Ann Tweedy, Canada, Environmental | Tagged , , | 1 Comment

Heartbreaking Study out of Manitoba: Moms in Foster Care More Likely to Lose Their Infants

Study here Adolescent mothers in the care of CPS are much more likely to have their child taken into CPS care. By separating a quarter of young mothers from their infant within the first week of life, and almost half … Continue reading

Posted in Author: Kate E. Fort, Canada, Child Welfare | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

The Guardian: “Canada sued over years of alleged experimentation on indigenous people”

Here.

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