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Gladue through wahkotowin: social history through cree kinship lens in corrections and parole
ABSTRACT This thesis explores the R. v. Gladue (1999) decision and whether it is applicable to federal corrections and parole release. I outline a Cree relational approach—wahkotowin—that can be employed as a Gladue method ...
APPLYING GLADUE PRINCIPLES REQUIRES MEANINGFUL INCORPORATION OF INDIGENOUS LAWS AND PERSPECTIVES, INCLUDING CONSIDERATION OF COMMUNITY-BASED ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATION
This thesis considers Canadian criminal sentencing laws and the implications of such upon Indigenous people.1 In particular, this thesis advocates for the immersion of Indigenous means of justice, including community-based ...
PERSONAL PROPERTY SECURITY INTERESTS ON LANDS RESERVED FOR FIRST NATIONS
In this thesis I examine the issues encountered by First Nations persons and bands when attempting to use assets that are personal property, as defined by the Personal Property Security Act, 1993 and similar Acts in Canadian ...