Peace & Friendship Treaties: STU Panel

In Episode 77, I share some of the panel discussion and question and answer session of the event hosted by St. Thomas University’s (STU) Senate Committee on Reconciliation presents a panel discussion on the issues underlying the fishing situation in Nova Scotia.

Members of the Sipekne’katik First Nation are exercising their treaty rights as well as their rights under a 1999 Supreme Court of Canada decision in Marshall decisions that provides for a moderate livelihood fishery.

Honourable Graydon Nicholas, Chair in Native Studies, STU;
Mii’gam’agan, Elder-in-Residence, STU;
Dr. Pamela Palmater, Professor, Chair in Indigenous Governance, Ryerson University (STU alum);

Chaired by:
Trenton Augustine, Indigenous Student Services Coordinator (STU)

Link to Youtube video of the entire session:

Link to St. Thomas University Native Studies

Please note: Nothing in this podcast/video or the attached materials should be misconstrued as legal, financial or medical advice nor relied on as such. These videos are for educational purposes and represent fair political comment.

Please also note: Nothing in this video advocates for violence on Indigenous territories.

Th video was shared on my YouTube channel and podcast with the express permission of St. Thomas University, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.

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