Negotiations with Métis: What Courts Can Do to Help
Supreme Court Law Review, Vol. 24, p. 269, 2004
22 Pages Posted: 21 Nov 2010
Date Written: 2004
The recognition of Métis rights by the Supreme Court of Canada has opened up new matters for negotiation and new issues for litigation. This paper will explore how consultation, negotiation and litigation can work together to steer the parties toward resolutions which will form the basis for on-going relationships between the Métis and the Crown.
Keywords: Indigenous people, Metis, Native, Consultation, Negotiation, Litigation, Aboriginal, R. v. Powley,Constitution
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