Aboriginal People and the Criminal Justice System in Saskatchewan: What Next?
Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Paul L. A. H. Chartrand
Saskatchewan Law Review, vol. 68, no. 2, 2005, pp. 253-292
Summarizes the Conference held in Saskatoon at the Delta Bessborough Hotel in 2005, as well as the background and work of two commissions: Commission of First Nations and Métis Peoples and Justice Reform and the Commission of Inquiry into Matters Relating to the Death of Neil Stonechild.
Reviews significant developments in Canada including the areas of activism, self government, government commissions and inquiries,and legislation, as well as brief discussion of changes internationally.
Author argues that race is an idea and not a biological fact, therefore Aboriginal rights are not products of ill-conceived "race-based" notions, but rather they are fundamental values and general principles.
Eagle Feather News, vol. 14, no. 1, January 2011, p. 7
Looks at the significant difference between the words pardon and exoneration, in reference to Paul Chartrand's article on Bill C-248 in the December 2010 issue of Eagle Feather News.
Article found by scrolling down to page 7.
Aboriginal Law Bulletin, vol. 2, no. 42, February 1990, p. 7
Expression of criticism about Canada's legal system especially two tragic events in Manitoba and the Canadian response being a public inquiry into the administration of justice with regard to Aboriginal peoples.