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Drawing on feminist speech act theory, this article aims to explain the disconnect between FPIC and the right to consultation, and its implementation in practice.
This paper examines Canada’s 2019 Impact Assessment Act and its relation to the engagement and consultation with Indigenous communities.
This article looks at Jasper National Park and its roots in Indigenous traditional territory. Through interviews with Jasper Indigenous Forum and the park’s management team, this article identifies the need for increased consultation processes in order to improve Indigenous representation in the park.
This paper critiques current Canadian consultation processes and proposes changes to improve their effectiveness with respect to Indigenous values and legal orders, in order to strengthen the relationship between Indigenous peoples and Canadian governments.
This paper investigates a series of case studies on Indigenous self-developed FPIC principles and guidelines. This paper also highlights how these principles relate to the inclusion of women and youth in decision making processes, and what actions Indigenous peoples may take to ensure a community approach to resource development issues.
This article argues that the Crown should enter into negotiations to determine which territories should be preserved for the harvesting activities guaranteed by the treaty. In the meantime, courts should ensure that First Nations consent to further development on their traditional territories.