New Aboriginal Law Books
By Shin Imai
KM208 .I5 A111 C3512 2018
This annual publication has been updated to include the most recent developments in Aboriginal Law, including commentary on key SCC decisions, amendments to the Indian Act, the duty of municipalities to consult, and the meaningful right to hunt under treaties.
Available now at Nanaimo, Prince George, Vancouver, and Victoria branches.
Edited by Dwight Newman
KM208 .I5 N486 2018
This collection of articles examines recent Aboriginal law developments and offers practical advice to those involved in business with Indigenous communities.
Available now at Vancouver and Victoria branches.
First Nations 101 - 2011
By Lynda Gray
KM208 .I5 G739 2011
First Nations 101 is an accessible, informative guide to a variety of First Nations issues. It aims to give readers a clear understanding of the realities facing First Nations people and encourages active participation in the process of reconciliation.
Available now in all library branches.
By Robert Brent Anderson, Robert M. Bone
KM208 .I5 B66 2017
This textbook aims to construct a new paradigm for resource development within the context of Indigenous/non-Indigenous relations in Canada. It contains a series of articles and commentaries addressing topics such as, the “Duty to Consult”, Impact Benefit Agreements, and sustainable development.
Available now at Kamloops, Prince George, Vancouver, and Victoria branches.
By Darwin Hanna
KM208 .I5 H36 2017
Through case studies of Indigenous communities and analysis of topics such as, Impact Benefit Agreements, Aboriginal rights and title, treaty rights, the Indian Act, and sustainable development, this book provides a legal framework for economic development opportunities for Indigenous people in Canada.
Available now at Kamloops, Nanaimo, Vancouver, and Victoria branches.
Métis Families - 2016
By Gail Morin
KM208 .I5 M675 2016
This multi-volume genealogical research tool contains birth, marriage, and death information, along with pertinent historical information on numerous Métis families in Canada.
Available now at the Vancouver branch.
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