The Supreme Court of Canada Recognizes Aboriginal Title in British Columbia

May 7, 2015

posted in: Legal Updates

Since rights associated with Aboriginal title have constitutional protection, the Court’s reasons describe both the correct legal test for proof of Aboriginal title and also the legal implications arising from proof of title.  The legal implications arising from proof of title is the focus of the essay.

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