UNDRIP and Estate Management

UNDRIP and Estate Management   Article 34: Indigenous peoples have the right to promote, develop and maintain their institutional structures and their distinctive customs, spirituality traditions, procedures, practices and, in the cases where they exist,...

Employment Contracts: A Quest for Enforceability

Employment Contracts: A Quest for Enforceability   Quoting Macbeth, what is done cannot be undone. That being said, in the employment law context it has increasingly been the case that the termination clauses that have ‘been done’ are in turn ‘undoing’ the very...

First Nations Drinking Water Class Action Deadline Extended

First Nations Drinking Water Class Action Deadline Extended   Band Members from eligible First Nations now have until March 7, 2024 to submit a claim in the settlement of the First Nations Drinking Water Class Action lawsuit. The settlement compensates impacted...

Remote First Nation Health Care focus of upcoming Inquest

Remote First Nation Health Care focus of upcoming Inquest   The challenges with primary health care provision in remote First Nations will be a key focus of the upcoming Inquest into the death of Ruthann Quequish. Ms. Quequish died on April 1, 2017, after...