Canadian Law, Politics and Indigenous People
This course explores the political, legal and constitutional status of Indigenous people in Canada. It includes an examination of the effects of laws and policies on their individual and collective rights. The Constitution Act, Indian Act, international law, and Indigenous customary law are studied. Issues such as self-government, self-determination, Treaty rights and Indigenous rights are discussed. PREREEQ: 18 university credits. (lec 2, sem 1) cr 6. Cross-listed with POLI 3105. Students may not retain credit for both INDG 3105 and either POLI 3105, ETAM/ETAU 3105, or NATI 3105.