This is a collection of essays which gives recommendations on how Canada can braid together a new legal framework through the implementation of UNDRIP, revive a stalled process of reconciliation, and embrace a true nation-to-nation relationship with Indigenous Peoples.
This book shares stories from people and communities who have lived under treaties in Canada from the perspectives of both Indigenous and non-Indigenous allies. It makes a strong case for the importance of understanding treaties in today's context.
This book discusses the nature and sources of law in Canada and argues that the country's constitution is incomplete without a broader acceptance of Indigenous legal traditions
This book explores Treaties One through Seven between the Canadian government and Indigenous nations in the Great Plains. The book challenges the idea that cultural misunderstandings led to the treaties and argues that the Canadian government deliberately misled Indigenous nations over governance, reserved lands, and resource sharing.
A Review of Crown Legislation for Protected and Conserved Areas in Canada: A Guide for Indigenous Leadership
This guide provides an overview of Canadian federal, provincial, and territorial legislation for the creation of protected areas and parks. It is intended to inform Indigenous governments interested in advancing Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas (IPCAs) through the Canadian legal system.