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.
Our office remains open and fully functional, but our firm has enacted proactive policies to try to help “flatten the curve” on COVID19: 1. Our lawyers will be working from…Read More
Shores Jardine LLP is proud to have participated in the Home for Dinner program at the Ronald McDonald House Edmonton on March 7, 2020. This program is an opportunity for…Read More
Shores Jardine LLP wishes to congratulate Gwendolyn Stewart-Palmer, one of the recipients of the 2020 Queen’s Counsel designation.
On March 4, 2020 Minister of Justice and Solicitor General (Alberta) Doug Schweitzer announced the recipients of the honourary title of Queen’s Counsel in recognition of their exceptional contributions to…Read More