As published earlier this month in The Lawyer’s Daily, Indigenous Law lawyer Anita Boscariol provides a two-part analysis of the Federal Court of Appeal decision in the Squamish Nation v. Canada (Fisheries and Oceans) 2019 FCA 216 case, and why it overturned the decision of the Federal Court.

Leading with a background summary, Anita goes on to address the findings of the Federal Court of Appeal, and presents her analysis, informed by her many years of experience, including her stint for over 10 years as Director General, Treaties and Aboriginal Government, Negotiations West, in the former federal Department of Indigenous & Northern Affairs, Canada.

You can read both Lawyer’s Daily articles here:

Federal Court decision in Squamish fishing case overturned – The Lawyer’s Daily

Why decision in Squamish fishing case was overturned – The Lawyer’s Daily

Anita Boscariol is Associate Counsel in our Indigenous Law Group.

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