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Reconciling the Constitutional Order: Positing a New Approach to the Development of Indigenous Self-Government and Indigenous Law
In light of the recognition of continuing Indigenous sovereignty by the Supreme Court of Canada and the requirement that that sovereignty and de facto Crown sovereignty be reconciled within a shared constitutional order, ...
The Constitutional Status of Aboriginal Languages in Canada
The languages of Indigenous peoples are threatened with disappearance worldwide, and Canada is no exception. Of the fifty or so Aboriginal languages still spoken in Canada today, only three can be considered relatively ...
Translating the Constitution Act, 1867: A Legal-Historical Perspective
Twenty-seven years after the adoption of the Constitution Act, 1982, the Constitution of Canada is still not officially bilingual in its entirety. A new translation of the unilingual English texts was presented to the ...