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Breaking the chain of dependency: using Treaty Land Entitlement to create First Nations economic self-sufficiency in Saskatchewan
In the 1970’s, discussions began regarding the settlement of outstanding land claims from First Nations, the settling of Treaty Land Entitlement (TLE). The Office of the Treaty Commissioner (OTC) was developed to facilitate ...
Treaty federalism: building a foundation for duty to consult in Saskatchewan
In Canada, the duty to consult doctrine has been articulated as a legal remedy to address the potential infringement of Aboriginal and treaty rights by the Crown. The political dimension and implications of this legal duty ...
HEALTH CARE UTILIZATION DIFFERENCES BETWEEN FIRST NATIONS AND THE GENERAL POPULATION WITH INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE IN SASKATCHEWAN
Background: Indigenous patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) have expressed concerns about barriers to access IBD care. The limited evidence of IBD among Indigenous people highlights the need for studies evaluating ...