Episode 38: BEST IN CLIMATE: The Wet’suwet’en, Aboriginal Title, and the Rule of Law: An Explainer. By Kate Gunn & Bruce McIvor of First Peoples Law Corporation
In this episode, Christine reads the post The Wet’suwet’en, Aboriginal Title, and the Rule of Law: An Explainer, by Kate Gunn & Bruce McIvor. This post was first published on firstpeopleslaw.com.
*Read with the authors’ permission.*
Kate Gunn is a lawyer at First Peoples Law Corporation. Kate completed her Master’s of Law at the University of British Columbia. Her most recent academic essay, “Agreeing to Share: Treaty 3, History & the Courts,” was published in the UBC Law Review.
Bruce McIvor, lawyer and historian, is principal of First Peoples Law Corporation. He is also an Adjunct Professor at the University of British Columbia’s Allard School of Law where he teaches the constitutional law of Aboriginal and Treaty rights. Bruce is a proud Métis from the Red River in Manitoba. He holds a Ph.D. in Aboriginal and environmental history and is a Fulbright Scholar. A member of the bar in British Columbia and Ontario, Bruce is recognized nationally and internationally as a leading practitioner of Aboriginal law in Canada.
Proposed Coastal Gaslink pipeline across northern British Columbia