From Wardship to Rights

The Guerin Case and Aboriginal Law

This very readable account of an important decision on Indigenous rights will be of interest to legal scholars, law students, lawyers, policy makers, and members of the general public; it will also resonate with historians, anthropologists, and political scientists studying the impact of colonialism on First Nations. Les mer
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This very readable account of an important decision on Indigenous rights will be of interest to legal scholars, law students, lawyers, policy makers, and members of the general public; it will also resonate with historians, anthropologists, and political scientists studying the impact of colonialism on First Nations.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Preface

Introduction

Part 1: The Context

1 The Colonial Context

2 The Musqueam and Their Land

3 The Government as Fiduciary

Part 2: The Case

4 The Trial and Federal Court of Appeal

5 The Supreme Court of Canada

Part 3: The Consequences

6 The Impact of Guerin

Conclusion

Notes; Selected Bibliography; Index of Cases; Index