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The Inuit live in Canada, Greenland, Russia, Denmark, and Alaska. They are a proud Indigenous people who have been living in the Arctic since time immemorial.
Senator Charlie Watt
Where others might see empty space, we see our traditional homeland, the inheritance we will leave for our children.
What cannot be forgotten in the focus on State sovereignty over the Arctic are the rights of the Indigenous peoples.
This document is a fascinating look at the history, perspectives and aspirations of the Inuit people.
Whatever its limitations, the Indian Act is hardly that of 1876. But modern proposals for change seem always to fail.
Canadian judges must sometimes make heart-wrenching decisions about children, medical care and even the removal of life support.
To workers in jobs classified as essential, the right to strike might seem essential!
A Nova Scotia judge reached out to the families of the murdered and the murderer to address their pain.
Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund
Human Rights Law
The Role of the Organization of American States in Canadian Human Rights: Part 2
When Prosecution Met Defence: The Michael Bryant Case
Quitting and Giving Notice: What Employees Need to Know
Peter Bowal and Stephen Moore
Resources for Termination of Employment
A Famous Case Revisited
Whatever happened to…U.S. v. Burns: Extradition and the Death Penalty
Peter Bowal and Preet Saini
Law and Literature
Vaclav Havel and the Meaning of Tragedy in Politics and Law