Mikisew Earthquake Shakes Up Project Impact Assessments

When Canada’s Supreme Court ruled in October that Ottawa has no duty to consult with Indigenous people when drafting new legislation, a “magnitude 9.8 reconciliation quake” struck Canada, according to the good folk at Walking Eagle News.


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Indigenous Rights and Ontario’s Long-Term Energy Plan: Early OEB Fail

GUEST BLOG POST BY LARRY SAULT, CEO OF ANWAATIN INC.Larry Sault - Anwaatin Inc. CEO and portfolio holder for Treaty and Aboriginal Rights on the Mississaguas of the New Credit First Nation.

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UNDRIP and FPIC: Is Canada Fakin? A Whole Lotta Legislation Goin On!

On Valentines Day 2018, the Government of Canada said it is launching a national engagement process to develop – “in full partnership with First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Peoples” - a Recognition and Implementation of Rights Framework. 



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