|Title||The High Cost of Accepting Benefits from the Crown: A Comment on the Temagami Indian Land Case|
|Created by:||Kent McNeil|
|Description:||Examines a poorly reasoned decision by the Supreme Court of Canada, the Bear Island case in which there is a lack of analysis and failure to apply established principles of Aboriginal title, and departs from existing case law.|
|Citation:||Canadian Native Law Reporter, Vol. 1, 1992, pp. 40-69.
|Categories:||Indigenous Studies Portal > Land Claims > Aboriginal Title|
|Names:||McNeil, Kent [Find offline items]