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Consolidated Native Law Statutes, Regulations and Treaties 2018
By: Jack Woodward, Q.C.
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Consulting Editor: Jack Woodward

Under the editorial direction of Jack Woodward, this work continues to bring together a timely consolidation of the significant statutes, regulations and treaties that have an impact on the area of native law. Additionally, this text contains helpful finding tools, including a detailed master table of contents, a table of contents for each statute and a comprehensive key word index, which simplify research.


What’s New:

  • This edition features new legislative enactments and updates to reflect all amendments to the provisions of the relevant legislation and treaties in Aboriginal Law, including the following:
  • Amendments to the First Nations Elections Act, S.C. 2014, c. 5
  • Amendments to the First Nations Fiscal Management Act, S.C. 2005, c.9
  • Amendments to the First Nations Goods and Services Tax Act, S.C. 2003, c.15
  • Amendments to the First Nations Land Management Act, S.C. 1999, c. 24
  • Amendments to the Indian Bands Council Elections Order, SOR/97-138
  • This edition also features the addition of the Child, Youth and Family Services Act, 2017, S.O. 2017 c.14.
About the Author

Jack Woodward, Q.C., is a Canadian lawyer, author, legal scholar, businessman and farmer. He is best known as a leading authority on Aboriginal law in Canada and the author of Native Law, Canada’s leading publication on the subject. He is also the author of the Aboriginal Law component of Bullen & Leake’s Canadian Precedents of Pleadings, and editor of Consolidated Native Law Statutes, Regulations and Treaties.

Mr. Woodward has practiced law since 1979, primarily in the areas of Aboriginal law and environmental law. He has represented more than a hundred First Nations groups and organizations in a wide variety of cases, including the groundbreaking Tsilhqot’in Nation case, the first successful Aboriginal title claim in Canada.

Mr. Woodward founded Victoria law firm Woodward and Company in 1988. He was also an Instructor and Adjunct Professor of Law for sixteen years, and developed the University of Victoria’s first credit course in Aboriginal law. He currently practices law in Campbell River, B.C., for clients throughout Canada.

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