Canada’s top court won’t hear an appeal from two B.C. First Nations worried that construction of an $8.8-billion hydroelectric dam would violate their constitutionally protected treaty rights.
Supreme court hears two cases that could define consultation in Canada.
Clyde River, Nunavut will be fighting seismic testing next week at the supreme court. Here’s a primer.
The Supreme Court of Canada on Thursday announced it would hear a case that could decide the fate of Indian residential school documents produced during compensation hearings.
The Supreme Court of Canada is set to hear arguments next month in a case that could lead to a major consultation overhaul
With a vacancy coming to the Supreme Court, is it time for an Indigenous justice to sit on the bench?
Could the next judge on the supreme court be Indigenous?
Federal government can no longer deny fiduciary duty to Métis and non-status Indians
A supreme victory, an emergency debate and setting the Algonquin land claim straight on the April 14 edition of N2N
Gabriel Daniels, the political panel and Chief Kirby Whiteduck on the April 14 edition of N2N