The CLS Servicing Aboriginal Communities was presented at the National Surveyors’ Conference 2015 in Winnipeg, MB.
This fourth module was presented by Dr. Ted L. McDorman. The module is entitled “Maritime Legal Regimes #3: Special Considerations” and includes the following subjects: The module covers the following parts of Chapter 3 of the book “Canada’s Offshore: Jurisdiction, Rights, and Management”. Innocent passage Archipelagos International Straits Transit passage Scientific research
Land is an essential element in the development of economies, cultures, and governments. The manner in which questions of ownership, use, access and authority are resolved can result in conflict or opportunity. Judicial decisions have, over the years, clarified the potential scope of Aboriginal title as well as the obligations placed upon public and First […]
1.5 hour course presented by Thomas Isaac to learn about aboriginal law from a national perspective with a particular focus on the crowns duty to consult aboriginal peoples and how it may affect your surveying practice! Mr. Isaac will also be discussing the Tsil’cotin case and other recent cases of note and trends, and the […]