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Public Record - 2008 Canadian Constitutional Affairs Conference (Part 4 of 7)


Law students from the Université Laval and McGill University host a conference to explore the development and implementation of the Canadian Constitution, Quebec City, Que., January 18–19, 2008. This conference brings together constitutional experts and student delegations from faculties of law at various universities.

This January 18th session features a panel discussion on the self-governance of Aboriginal peoples as it relates to the Canadian Constitution. June McCue (director of First Nations Legal Studies at the University of British Columbia), Earl Johnson (a judge in the Nunavut Court of Justice), and Ghislain Otis (Université Laval Faculty of Law) present speeches on this topic. After speaking, panellists field questions from conference attendees.


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