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    Coastal First Nations v British Columbia

    Honour of the Crown – Duty to consult – Aboriginal rights – Administrative law – Cooperative federalism – Inter-jurisdictional immunity – Environmental assessments   More »

    Chippewas of the Thames First Nation v Enbridge Pipelines Inc

    Duty to consult – Administrative law – Competence of tribunal to determine duty to consult issues –   More »

    Ontario Federation of Anglers & Hunters v Ontario

    Joinder – Interim Enforcement Policy – Treaty rights – Williams Treaties – Third party seeking declarations regarding surrender of treaty rights – Necessary party –  More »

    R v Shenandoah

    Aboriginal mobility right – Section 35(1) – Freedom of association - Life, liberty and security of the person - Freedom from discrimination - Sections 2(d), 7 & 15 of the Charter – C  More »

    Canada v. Cold Lake First Nations

    First Nations Financial Transparency Act — Motion to Stay — Duty to consult — Fiduciary duty — Injunctive relief — Irreparable harm — Action more appropriate for de  More »

    Prophet River First Nation v. British Columbia

    Duty to consult – Environmental assessment – Treaty rights – Treaty 8 – Taking up clause – Infringement – Justification – Judicial review  More »

    Nishnawbe-Aski Police Service Board v. Public Service Alliance of Canada

    Jurisdiction – Labour relations – Nishnawbe-Aski Police Board – Division of Powers  More »

    Ewert v. Canada

    Aboriginal inmates – Assessment tools – Cultural bias – Actuarial tests – Charter of Rights and Freedoms – Section 7 – Life, liberty and security of the person  More »

    Prophet River First Nation v. Canada

    Duty to consult – Environmental assessment – Judicial review – Treaty rights – Infringement – Taking up clause  More »

    Métis Nation—Saskatchewan v. Morin

    Governance – Contempt of court – Métis Nation—Saskatchewan – Contempt must be intentional and/or deliberate – Obstacles to compliance should be considered  More »