New Brunswick and Native Sovereignty

THE NEW BRUNSWICK GOVERNMENT AND NATIVE SOVEREIGNTY


COMMENTS TO THE PREMIER

Camille Theriault, Premier of New Brunswick
PO Box 6000, Fredericton N.B. Canada E3B 5H1
Phone: (506) 453-2144
Fax: (506) 453-7407
Email: www@gov.nb.ca
Website comments: http://www.gov.nb.ca/OP_CPM/index.htm


NEWS & COMMENTARY

Nov 25/98: Update-Mi'gmaq vs. New Brunswick

Oct 23/98: Passamaquoddy lay claim to land

Sep 11/98: Natives arrested as dispute resurfaces

Aug 26/98: New Brunswick seizes logging truck

Jul 07/98: Native loggers lose bid to open forests
Jul 01/98: Second reserve accepts logging pact

Jun 24/98: Logging drivers charged
Jun 19/98: Court rules natives must pay NB tax
Jun 12/98: Chiefs reject logging plan
Jun 06/98: Supreme Court of Canada to hear NB case
Jun 05/98: Natives seek bigger cut of woods
Jun 04/98: Native loggers force crews out
Jun 04/98: CASNP-100% of logs belong to indigenous people
Jun 03/98: Truckers nabbed in NB log dispute
Jun 02/98: Native loggers halt protest as show of good faith

May 30/98: Progress expected in log talks
May 29/98: Lumber mills may be charged
May 28/98: Kennedy supports native loggers
May 25/98: Tensions rise as natives vow to log
May 23/98: Native loggers vow defiance
May 22/98: Aboriginal loggers say they won't back down

Nov 06/97: Editorial on NB court decision; commentary on editorial
Nov 04/97: NB Court ruling-aboriginals own Crown lands


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