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From recognition to reconciliation : essays on the constitutional entrenchment of Aboriginal and treaty rights / edited by Patrick Macklem and Douglas Sanderson.

Macklem, Patrick, (editor.). Sanderson, Douglas, (editor.).
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Location: Fennell STACKS KE7709 .F76 2016
Barcode: 30731101160061
Status: Available

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  • ISBN: 9781442628854
  • ISBN: 1442628855
  • Physical Description: vii, 522 pages ; 23 cm
  • Publisher: Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2016.

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Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note:
Recognition and reconciliation in indigenous-settler societies / Patrick Macklem and Douglas Sanderson -- Indigenous peoples and the ethos of legal pluralism in Canada / Patrick Macklem -- "Looking for a knot in the bulrush": reflections on law, sovereignty and Aboriginal rights / Mark D. Walters -- We Are still in the age of encounter: Section 35 and a Canada beyond sovereignty / Jeremy Webber -- The generative structure of Aboriginal rights / Brian Slattery -- A common law biography of Section 35 / P.G. McHugh -- Indigenous knowledge and the reconciliation of Section 35(1) / Dale Turner -- Military historiography, warriors and soldiers: the normative impact of epistemological choices / Jean Leclair -- Consultation and economic reconciliation / Dwight Newman -- The state of the Crown-Aboriginal fiduciary relationship: the case for an Aboriginal veto / Michael J. Bryant -- Administering consultation at the National Energy Board: evaluating tribunal authority / Sari Graben & Abbey Sinclair -- Non-status indigenous groups in Canadian courts: practical and legal difficulties in seeking recognition / Sébastien Grammond, Isabelle Lantagne, & Natacha Gagné -- Liberal and tribal membership boundaries: descent, consent and Section 35 / Kirsty Gover -- Overlapping consensus, legislative reform and the Indian Act / Douglas Sanderson -- Canada and the legacy of the Indian residential schools: transitional justice for indigenous people in a non-transitional society / Courtney Jung -- Nunavut and self-reliance: a quest of an Arctic entity in transition / Natalia Loukacheva -- Constitutional indigenous treaty jurisprudence in Aotearoa New Zealand / Jacinta Ruru -- Constitutional reform in Australia: recognition of indigenous Australians and reconciliation / Megan Davis, Marcia Langton -- Legislation and indigenous self-determination in Canada and the United States / John Borrows -- Indigenous international and a jurisprudence of jurisdictions / Michael Ignatieff.
Subject: Native peoples > Legal status, laws, etc. > Canada.
Native peoples > Civil rights > Canada.
Native peoples > Canada > Treaties.
Native peoples > Canada > Government relations.
Reconciliation (Law) > Canada.
Constitutional law > Canada.
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650 5. ‡aNative peoples ‡xLegal status, laws, etc. ‡zCanada.
650 5. ‡aNative peoples ‡xCivil rights ‡zCanada.
650 5. ‡aNative peoples ‡zCanada ‡xTreaties.
650 5. ‡aNative peoples ‡zCanada ‡xGovernment relations.
650 0. ‡aReconciliation (Law) ‡zCanada.
650 0. ‡aConstitutional law ‡zCanada.
7001 . ‡aMacklem, Patrick, ‡eeditor.
7001 . ‡aSanderson, Douglas, ‡eeditor.
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995 . ‡aMT received from Amazon, February 2017, $38.44.
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