Revisiting the Duty to Consult Aboriginal Peoples

Revisiting the Duty to Consult Aboriginal Peoples

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Since the release of The Duty to Consult (Purich, 2009), there have been many important developments on the duty to consult, including three major Supreme Court of Canada decisions. Governments, Aboriginal communities, and industry stakeholders have engaged with the duty to consult in new and probably unexpected ways, developing policy statements or practices that build upon the duty, but often using it only as a starting point for different discussions. Evolving international legal norms have also come into practice that may have future bearing. Newman offers clarification and approaches to understanding the developing case law at a deeper and more principled level, and suggests possible future directions for the duty to consult in Canadian Aboriginal law.
Publisher: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan :, Purich Publishing Limited,, 2014, ©2014.
Edition: Revised edition.
ISBN: 9781895830811
Branch Call Number: 342. 710872 NEW 2014
Characteristics: 191 pages ; 23 cm


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