Aboriginal Law Series - Understanding Treaties: A Primer
(Aboriginal Law Series - Understanding Treaties: A Primer )

Title:               Aboriginal Law Series - Understanding Treaties: A Primer

Date:               December 8,  2015

Description: Treaties are the foundation of relationships between Indigenous people and the Crown in Canada.  This panel will explore the current legal framework around treaty making and treaty interpretation in Canada, navigating between pre-confederation and post-confederation treaties, modern treaties and those treaties currently being negotiated.  Panelists will consider the law relating to interpretation, Crown duties and resolution of disputes from a variety of perspectives.

Presenters:      Tina Dion, Barrister & Solicitor, Tsawwassen, B.C. | Brenda Gunn, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Manitoba  Moderator: Brad Regehr, D’Arcy & Deacon LLP

Run Time:        1.5 hours

MCPD hours:    1.5 hours

EPPM hours:     1.5 hours

Price:                $50 + GST ($52.50)