Back by request, here’s the updated report card that ILPC Fellow Peter Vicaire started in 2011.
Link to Vicaire’s post here.
Here’s the Supreme Court of Canada’s report card in Aboriginal law. Since the repatriation of the Constitution in 1982, the court has found in favour (the “u” is added for all our dear Canadian friends) of Aboriginal interests a total of 21/64 times, or 32.8%. The current make-up of the court (McLachlin, Binnie, LeBel, Deschamps, Fish, Abella, Charron, Rothstein, and Cromwell) have individually found in favour of Aboriginal interests 65/175 times, or 37.1%.