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The most historic decisions since Delgamuukw were delivered on November 18, 2004 by the Supreme Court of Canada handed down its rulings in the Haida case and the Taku River First Nation case.  To mark this historic legal juncture the Council of the Haida Nation and EAGLE hosted  “The Spirit of the Earth”:  A symbolic procession in Vancouver on November 25, 2004.

   

Supreme Court of Canada Confirms that Aboriginal Policies Must Change
November 18, 2004 - UBCIC Press Release 

Supreme Court of Canada Decisions, November 18, 2004
HAIDA  &  TAKU RIVER TLINGIT


Backgrounders

Taku River Tlingit Press Statement and Backgrounder
Haida Press Release and Backgrounders
Braker and Company Summary or Facta in the Taku Case
Braker and Company Summary of Facta in the Haida Case
EAGLE Summary of Arguments in the Haida Case




Facta Submitted to the Supreme Court of Canada in the

The Minister of Forests, et al. v. Council of the Haida Nation and Guujaaw, on their own behalf and on behalf of all members of the Haida Nation, et al. (B.C.) (Civil) (By Leave) (29419)

and

Norm Ringstad, in his capacity as the Project Assessment Director of the Tulsequah Chief Mine Project, Sheila Wynn, in her capacity as the Executive Director, Environmental Assessment Office, et al. v. The Taku River Tlingit First Nation and Melvin Jack, on behalf of himself and all other members of the Taku River Tlingit First Nation, et al. (B.C.) (Civil) (By Leave) (29146)

Heard concurrently at the Supreme Court of Canada, March 24-25, 2004


The Minister of Forests, et al. v. Council of the Haida Nation and Guujaaw, on their own behalf and on behalf of all members of the Haida Nation, et al. (B.C.) (Civil) (By Leave) (29419)

BC Min. of Forests and AG of BC Factum to SCC in Haida Case
Haida Factum to SCC
Weyerhaeuser Factum to SCC in Haida Case

First Nation Intervenor Facta

Dena Tha First Nation Factum to SCC in Haida Case
First Nations Summit Factum to SCC in Haida Case
Haisla Nation Factum to SCC Hadia Case
Squamish and Lax Kw alaams Factum to SCC in Haida Case
Tenimgyet (Art Matthews) Factum to SCC in Haida Case

Third Party Intervenor Facta

BC Cattlemen's Association Factum to SCC in Haida Case
Business Council of BC et al Factum to SCC Haida Case
Village of Port Clements Factum to the SCC in the Haida Case

Government Intervenor Facta

Alberta Factum to SCC in the Haida Case
Canada Factum to SCC in Haida Case
Nova Scotia Factum to SCC in Haida Case
Ontario Factum to SCC in Haida Case
Quebec Factum to SCC in Haida Case
Saskatchewan Factum to SCC in Haida Case


Norm Ringstad, in his capacity as the Project Assessment Director of the Tulsequah Chief Mine Project, Sheila Wynn, in her capacity as the Executive Director, Environmental Assessment Office, et al. v. The Taku River Tlingit First Nation and Melvin Jack, on behalf of himself and all other members of the Taku River Tlingit First Nation, et al. (B.C.) (Civil) (By Leave) (29146)

Appellants' Factum to SCC in Taku Case
Redfern Recources Ltd Factum to SCC in Taku Case
Taku River Tlingit First Nation Factum to SCC

First Nation Intervenor Facta

Doig River First Nation Factum to SCC in Taku Case
First Nations Summit Factum to SCC in Taku Case
Union of BC Indian Chiefs Factum to SCC in Taku Case

Third Party Intervenor Facta

Business Council of BC et al Factum to SCC in Taku Case

Government Intervenor Facta

AG of Canada Factum to SCC in Taku Case
Alberta Factum to SCC in Taku Case
Quebec factum to SCC in Taku Case

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