MBCRadio.com – William Case Could Profoundly Affect Development In Canada

Later this year, the Supreme Court of Canada will decide on the next major land title ruling (R v Roger Williams). Read why it’s sure to be contentious. Read the Full Article

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Rules for Blockaders – in a nutshell

Having been blockaded (armed with a superior court order no less and accompanied by an archeologist – all in furtherance of the primary recommendation of the Ipperwash Inquiry) it was with great interest that I reviewed the Supreme Court of Canada’s recent directive to blockaders – start playing fair! This long overdue ruling involved a BC native family out to protect its traplines...

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Manitoba Métis – Legal win #177

For the second time in a week, Louis Riel and the Manitoba Métis made the national news – both times written up by Supreme Court judges. Retired Justice Iacobucci’s report on jury representation had this to say: The Métis leader, Louis Riel, was charged with high treason and convicted by a jury of six English and Scottish Protestants after only 30 minutes of deliberations. Riel was...

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