Land Rights

Highlights

  • Canada’s Aboriginal Peoples have unique rights to practice traditional activities and customs on their ancestral lands, which often includes trapping, hunting, and fishing.read more »
  • Expropriation is when the government or certain empowered public agencies take your land without your consent.This happens when the government needs that specific land for some public works or public ...read more »
  • All Canadians have certain constitutional rights guaranteed in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Our freedom of expression, the right to vote, and many other vital democratic rights are enshrined ...read more »

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  • Expropriation is when the government or certain empowered public agencies take your land without your consent.This happens when the government needs that specific land for some public works or public ...read more »
  • Canada’s Aboriginal Peoples have unique rights to practice traditional activities and customs on their ancestral lands, which often includes trapping, hunting, and fishing.read more »
  • Aboriginal self-government is an arrangement allowing aboriginal communities to assume greater responsibility and control over their own internal function, including law-making, taxation, and ...read more »
  • Aboriginal land claims are a declaration of use or title to a disputed piece of land. In Canada, this typically means an aboriginal group argues it is entitled to use, occupy or be financially ...read more »
  • All Canadians have certain constitutional rights guaranteed in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Our freedom of expression, the right to vote, and many other vital democratic rights are enshrined ...read more »