On December 11, 1997 the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in Delgamuukw v. British Columbia. This decision marked the first time in Canadian legal history, that the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that Aboriginal Title exists in law.
The implications of this decision are vast, and since it was released, there have been many interpretations of what the Court said and what it means. The most comprehensive collection of research was provided through the Delgamuukw / Gisday’wa National Process and is now available on fngovernance.org.
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