Canada gets instant reminder of what signing United Nations Declaration supposed to mean

As reported in Wawatay News, Canada has endorsed the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) “in a manner, it says, is consistent with Canada’s Constitution and laws.” Although non-binding, the 46-article Declaration is nonetheless held up as a significant and meaningful standard by which to judge Canada’s treatment of, and conduct […]

POLL: Should We Keep or Kill Bill C-3?

With posts on the arguments for and against Bill C-3 now up on our site, it only seems fitting that we conduct a poll to hear what you think. Admittedly, these options are a bit reductive, especially given the confusing legal labyrinth that make up Status inheritance laws, but we thought we’d test the waters — […]