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An exam of federal and provincial govt tasks with admire to local peoples, those essays care for the main appalling "political soccer" in Canadian politics. specifically commissioned specialists within the box write on issues akin to financial, criminal and constitutional matters, and think about the situations of particular local teams in Canada.

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S. 432, pp. 431-432; Oneida County v. Ct. 1245, p. 1258. S. v. Ct. 2961, p. 2972. Guerin v. R. D). R. ), p. 469, per LeDain J. Supra, note 11, p. 346. , p. 356. , p. , p. 358. Ibid. See Nowegijick v. R. ), p%. 198; and see Simon v. R. ), p. "In Simon, 54 Federalism in the Era of Aboriginal Self-Government 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. p. 404, Chief Justice Dickson describes an Indian treaty as "an agreement sui generis," in a clear echo of the language used in Guerin to describe both Indian title and the Crown-Indian fiduciary relationship.

P. 343. , p. 344. , p. 361. See below in this chapter, Equality Rights and Collective Rights. Apsassin v. R. ), p. 93. The Indian plaintiffs lost the action because of a successful limitations defence by the Crown. Slattery, op. cit, note 3, p. 731. , p. 755. The power to spend of the federal and probably the provincial governments is unrestrained by the limits of legislative competence. See P. , Toronto: Carswell, 1985), pp. 123-131. 106A, implicitly recognizing a federal spending power in areas of provincial legislative competence.

Reserve communities in particular must be accorded those programs and services which are required to preserve and strengthen their ways of life, their cultures and their economic viability. " The requirements of "aboriginally" might include the following: • support for institutions of aboriginal social, cultural and political life; • specific fiduciary responsibilities for aboriginal lands and other assets; • the making of transfer payments or supplements to compensate for the exemptions from taxation of aboriginal lands and activities on those lands.

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