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Aujourdʼhui
Aujourdʼhui

Complimentary Archived Video

A Discussion with Experts: The Ring of Fire - Hot or Cold?

  • 23 octobre 2013

Hear directly from Deputy Grand Chief Les Louttit, the Honourable Bob Rae, Christine Kaszycki and Joseph Gaboury on the challenges and opportunities created by the Ring of Fire.

Droit autochtone

Complimentary Archived Video

An Evening With The Minister

  • 10 juin 2013

The Aboriginal Law section is pleased to welcome The Honourable David Zimmer, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs to the Ontario Bar Association.

Droit autochtone

Complimentary Archived Video

Who Is An Indian? Implications of The Daniels Decision and Other Métis Issues

  • 23 avril 2013

In the recent landmark decision of Daniels v. Canada, the Federal Court ended twelve years of litigation, holding that Métis and non-status Aboriginal peoples are “Indians” for purposes of s. 91(24) of the Constitution Act, 1867.

Droit autochtone, Droit constitutionnel, libertés civiles et droits de la personne

Complimentary Archived Video

Developments in Aboriginal-Industry Negotiations and Financing

  • 23 novembre 2011

There are 90 or more Aboriginal-Industry agreements in Ontario, but this remains a sector subject to change in response to: New laws, Court decisions, Industry and Aboriginal priorities...

Droit autochtone, Richesses naturelles et énergie

Complimentary Archived Video

The Changing Courtroom - Native Title Cases in Australia

  • 28 avril 2011

In his 16 years on the bench of the Federal Court of Australia, respected jurist Justice Tony North is renowned for his work in a number of areas, but is perhaps most notably regarded for his impact on the realm of Aboriginal law.

Droit autochtone

Documents de programmes

Aboriginal Law: 2006 Year in Review

  • 06 février 2007

2006 was another important year for developments in Aboriginal law. In December, the Supreme Court of Canada released two important decisions concerning rights protected by s. 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982.

Droit autochtone