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Wet’suwet’en

February 2020 We now have our own version of Standing Rock here in Canada, involving real people who live as they have for millennia on unceded territory in British Columbia. Under the Indian Act, it was decreed that there would … Continue reading

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A guest column

“the Law’s delay, the insolence of office”  (Shakespeare/Hamlet)                                                By Robin Mathews (March 2018)   One of the most important legal cases in the history of Canada is presently in shadows as three B.C. Appeal Court justices weigh arguments in the Crown-appealed case … Continue reading

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