Certificate in Aboriginal Leadership - Treaty Law in Canada

LEAD 3126  Treaty Law in Canada

Prerequisites:

LEAD 2006 & LEAD 2007

Hours:

Two hours of lecture and one hour of service learning per week for one term.

Credits:

3

Description:

Treaties with First Nations in Canada represent both historical legacies and frameworks for on-going relations between those nations and settler society. How First Nations permit Canada to exist as it does is described in these treaties, with the sharing of lands made possible by these agreements between nations. Students explore the history of treaties in Canada towards an understanding of the possible futures that can be negotiated in this shared land. This course includes a service learning component.

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