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Indigenous Lawyers in Canada: Identity, Professionalization, Law
For Indigenous communities and individuals in Canada, “Canadian” law has been a mechanism of assimilation, colonial governance and dispossession, a basis for the assertion of rights, and a method ofExpand
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Book Review: Mamiskotamaw: "Oral History", "Indigenous Method" and Canadian Law in Three Books
Since the appearance of Delgamuukw v. British Columbia, Canadian jurisprudence pertaining to Indigenous peoples’ legal issues has shifted. The amount of academic and non-scholarly scrutiny theExpand
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Why Coywolf Goes to Court
This article is an effort influenced by previous works considered part of "trickster" discourse. But unlike other trickster stories meant to illustrate First Nations’ contents and processes, thisExpand
Searching for Sakitawak: Place and People in Northern Saskatchewan's Ile-A La Crosse
This presentation is a history of a small community, Île-à-la-Crosse, located in an area now part of Saskatchewan, Canada. With an historic reputation for cooperation and enviable tradingExpand