Thursday, July 21, 2005

Here we go again - native logging rights

One day after the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that Mi'kmaq Indians in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick did not have a treaty right or an aboriginal right to harvest Crown timber for commercial use; the SCC announced they will hear two appeals involving Mi'kmaq Indians who harvested Crown timber for personal use.

The saga continues....

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