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|Dealing with the “Community Conundrum”: Métis Responses to the Application of R v Powley in British Columbia—Litigation, Negotiation, and Practice|
Aboriginal Policy Studies, Vol. 6, No. 2, 2017, pp. 48-86.
Case developed requirement that s. 35 rights be vested in "historic" communities (existed before European control) and there must be continuity with present-day communities. Author interviewed 23 people about problems with application of the decision in three cases: Howse, Nunn, and Willison.