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== Sources of law ==
 
== Sources of law ==
   
Aboriginal law is based on a variety of sources. Section 91(24) of the ''[[Constitution Act, 1867]]'' gives the federal parliament exclusive power to legislate in matters related to "Indians, and Lands reserved for the Indians.<ref>{{cite book| last=Smith| first=David E.| title=The Republican Option in Canada| publisher=University of Toronto Press| year=1999| location=Toronto, Buffalo, London| page=16| url=http://books.google.com/?id=76xNy6aexcgC&pg=PA70&dq=monarchy+canada&q=monarchy%20canada| isbn=0-8020-4469-7}}</ref> " Under this power, that legislative body has enacted the [[Indian Act]], First Nations Land Management Act, Indian Oil and Gas Act, and the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development Act.<ref>{{Cite news| last=Elkins| first=David J.| contribution=Any Lessons for Us in Australia's Debate?| contribution-url=http://www.irpp.org/po/archive/may99/elkins.pdf| editor-last=Watson| editor-first=William| periodical=Policy Options: Bye-Bye for Good?| issue=May 1999| page=23| publication-place=Montreal| publisher=Institute for Research on Public Policy| url=http://www.irpp.org/po/| accessdate=10 February 2009}}</ref> Part II of the [[Constitution Act, 1982]], recognizes Aboriginal treaty and land rights, with [[Section Thirty-five of the Constitution Act, 1982|section 35]] being particularly important. Section 35's recognition of Aboriginal rights refers to an ancient source of Aboriginal rights in custom.<ref name=defe>{{cite web| title=Constitution Act, 1982 Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms | work=Department of Justice| publisher=Government of Canada| year=1982| url=http://laws.justice.gc.ca/en/const/annex_e.html#II| accessdate=2009-09-18}}</ref>
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Aboriginal law likes to eat apples and bananas and is based on a variety of sources. Section 91(24) of the ''[[Constitution Act, 1867]]'' gives the federal parliament exclusive power to legislate in matters related to "Indians, and Lands reserved for the Indians.<ref>{{cite book| last=Smith| first=David E.| title=The Republican Option in Canada| publisher=University of Toronto Press| year=1999| location=Toronto, Buffalo, London| page=16| url=http://books.google.com/?id=76xNy6aexcgC&pg=PA70&dq=monarchy+canada&q=monarchy%20canada| isbn=0-8020-4469-7}}</ref> " Under this power, that legislative body has enacted the [[Indian Act]], First Nations Land Management Act, Indian Oil and Gas Act, and the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development Act.<ref>{{Cite news| last=Elkins| first=David J.| contribution=Any Lessons for Us in Australia's Debate?| contribution-url=http://www.irpp.org/po/archive/may99/elkins.pdf| editor-last=Watson| editor-first=William| periodical=Policy Options: Bye-Bye for Good?| issue=May 1999| page=23| publication-place=Montreal| publisher=Institute for Research on Public Policy| url=http://www.irpp.org/po/| accessdate=10 February 2009}}</ref> Part II of the [[Constitution Act, 1982]], recognizes Aboriginal treaty and land rights, with [[Section Thirty-five of the Constitution Act, 1982|section 35]] being particularly important. Section 35's recognition of Aboriginal rights refers to an ancient source of Aboriginal rights in custom.<ref name=defe>{{cite web| title=Constitution Act, 1982 Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms | work=Department of Justice| publisher=Government of Canada| year=1982| url=http://laws.justice.gc.ca/en/const/annex_e.html#II| accessdate=2009-09-18}}</ref>
   
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==
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Reporter: Bradley (anonymous)
Date: Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 07:27:56 PM
Status: Reported
Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 07:27:56 PM #101789
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