Canada’s Aboriginal children have been and continue to be among our most vulnerable citizens.
Volume 41-4 Mar/Apr 2017
Table of Contents
Featured Articles: Aboriginal Children
Aboriginal Child Protection and Dual Citizenship: Membership has its Benefits
Aboriginal children often have dual citizenship in one or more Indian bands. This complicates things!
The Missing Children Project
Thousands of Aboriginal children are missing or unaccounted for. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission wants to know what happened to them.
The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal Decision and the Jordan Principle
How long must Aboriginal Children wait to receive funding equal to other Canadian children?
Envisioning an Indigenous Jurisdictional Process
Onion Lake Cree Nation is undertaking an Indigenous law-making and governing process.
The “Sixties Scoop”: A Dark Chapter in Canadian History
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice has delivered a decision on the devastating effects of the ‘60s Scoop of Aboriginal children
Technology, the Legal System and Legal Services
Lois Gander Q.C.
Changes in technology have made it possible to think in entirely new ways of addressing the law, legal information and legal services.
Exploring New Frontiers for the Delivery of Legal Services in Canada
Canadian lawyers are learning that they can’t practice law in the same old ways.
Current Trends in Technology for the Provision of Legal Information
There is a lot going on in the interface of law and technology. Let’s explore what’s out there.
New Resources at CPLEA
Creditor and Debtor Law
Student Loans under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act
Oh, S***! Court of Appeal Rules on One Man’s Bowel Movements and Charter Rights
Peter Bowal and Roger Ferneyhough
Cumulative Cause: Part 2
Who’s the Boss? Jurisdiction over the Environment in Canada
Obtaining Evidence in High Conflict Parenting Disputes, Part 4: Parenting Coordination
Famous Cases: Whatever Happened to…
Peter Bowal and Michael Carroll
Keystone XL and NAFTA Revisited
Human Rights Law
Pregnancy Discrimination Remains an Issue
Law and Literature
1984 and None Turn Back: Two Timely Novels
For Charities, Partisanship Could Be Dangerous Sailing