Podcast for Law 391 at Allard Law, presented by Oliver Pulleyblank.
We are joined by Professor Jocelyn Stacey for a fascinating conversation about environmental assessment, deliberative democracy, and the rule of law.
We are joined by retired lawyer and climate activist David Gooderham to hear his thoughts on the compatibility of the Trans Mountain pipeline and Paris climate targets, the suitability of the National Energy Board to decide matters of climate, and his experience with civil disobedience.
We are joined by Tim Dickson, counsel with JFK Law, to discuss representing Aboriginal groups within the TMPX regulatory process.
Lecture 9 Part 4
In this final and brief episode we discuss the intersection of aboriginal and charter rights. Thank you so much for listening, and GOOD LUCK on the exam!
Lecture 9 Part 3
In this episode we explore Metis rights within the s. 35 framework.
Lecture 9 Part 2
In this part of lecture 9 we explore treaty rights and their intersection with the duty to consult.