NEW DIRECTIONS IN THE LAW OF ABORIGINAL RIGHTS
AbstractThe author reviews recent decisions of our final court as they affect aboriginal rights litigation and political negotiation for the recognition of broad powers of self-government. She believes that the judgements reviewed have generated a climate of legal uncertainty and that recourse to the courts may not be the most efficient means for the advancement of aboriginal interests. She concludes that the most recent cases will spur political negotation within specific jurisdictional areas which are deemed vital to the survival of the aboriginal peoples of Canada.
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