Fish Law Survives Challenge

Indigenous Canadians have no automatic treaty right to disturb fish habitat, says an Ontario judge. The ruling centred on a long-disputed clause of the Fisheries Act: “To find the existence of a treaty right is to bestow upon a particular activity the highest form of recognition and protection available in Canadian law.”

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