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Terms of Coexistence: Indigenous Peoples and Canadian Law
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This book contains an in-depth discussion of aboriginal and treaty rights

This book contains an in-depth discussion of the aboriginal and treaty rights recognized and affirmed by section 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982, the provisions of the Indian Act regarding reserves and band councils, recent self-government regimes, the recognition of indigenous legal traditions, division of powers, taxation as well as the application of the child welfare and criminal justice systems. It also covers recent developments, such as the duty to consult and accommodate or the adoption of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of the Indigenous Peoples. To browse other Aboriginal Law resources, visit Carswell's Aboriginal Law Practice Page.
About the Author

Sébastien Grammond has been teaching, researching and practicing indigenous peoples’ law for more than twenty years. He is the author of three books and several published articles on this subject and is frequently called upon by the media to comment on those issues. He is currently Dean of Civil Law at the University of Ottawa, where he has been teaching since 2004. He holds degrees from Université de Montréal and the University of Oxford and is a member of the Quebec and Ontario bars.

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