Clark Wilson Indigenous Law Co-Chair and partner Saul Joseph was interviewed by Canadian Lawyer Magazine for the article, “Tripartite agreement with First Nations, BC and Ottawa lacks clarity on consultation: lawyer“. Launched in 1977, Canadian Lawyer delivers unbiased reporting and analysis of the legal landscape from coast to coast. Focused on both the practice and the profession, Canadian Lawyer delivers award-winning editorial content that informs, inspires and occasionally inflames the lawyers, corporate counsel, judges, law professors, and students-at-law who consider it a “must-read.”
In this piece, Saul comments on a tripartite agreement between the federal government, the province of British Columbia and First Nations regarding nature conservation. He offers strong commentary about the Crown working in partnership with the Indigenous Peoples and their governments, and considers how the details of the framework still leave several questions open as to how that will happen.
Read the “Tripartite agreement with First Nations, BC and Ottawa lacks clarity on consultation: lawyer” piece in full HERE.