In Mikisew, the SCC has once again re-assessed the Crown's duty to consult. What does this case mean for you?
The often-challenging landscape of Indigenous law and the duty to consult is once again in the spot light. On October 11, 2018, in its decision in Mikisew Cree First Nation v. Canada (Governor General in Council) the S.C.C. found that the duty to consult was not triggered during the “law making process”. The Court’s four separate sets of reasons provide divergent perspectives on the Crown’s duty to consult during the legislative process and the applicability of the honour of the Crown to Parliament.
What does this decision mean for professionals working in the already complex arena of Indigenous law?
Our outstanding panel of experts – including counsel for the Mikisew Cree First Nation – will guide you through the decision, the key issues and their implications, including:
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