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Case Summary: Haida v. BC 2004

By: Shared Path Consultation Initiative

Tags: aboriginal law, duty to consult and accommodate, case summary


This is a case summary of Haida Nation v. British Columbia (Minister of Forests) 2004 SCC 73. This case is one of the most significant Aboriginal law cases in Canada because it sets the guidelines for when to consult and accommodate with First Nations, as well as declares that the responsibility to consult lies solely with the Provincial and Federal governments.

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