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Supreme Court rules Ottawa has no duty to consult with Indigenous Peoples before drafting laws

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The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled Canada’s lawmakers do not have a duty to consult with Indigenous Peoples before introducing legislation in Parliament that may affect Aboriginal and treaty rights, a decision that will be welcomed by the federal government, which argued such an obligation would be far too onerous.

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Supreme Court rules Ottawa has no duty to consult with Indigenous Peoples before drafting laws
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