The Law of Treaties Between the Crown and
J. Timothy S. McCabe, Q.C.
In writing this comprehensive volume, Mr. McCabe brings
close to 25 years of experience as counsel for Ontario in
Aboriginal law matters, including numerous appearances
in appeals and constitutional interventions in the Supreme
Court of Canada. His study provides authoritative and
comprehensive information and insight into the law
concerning the treaties between the Aboriginal peoples
and the Crown in Canada.
$80 + tax | 464 Pages | Softcover | 2010 | ISBN: 9780433461111
The Honour of the Crown and Its Fiduciary Duties to Aboriginal Peoples J. Timothy S. McCabe, Q.C The Honour of the Crown and Its Fiduciary Duties to Aboriginal Peoples is the first and only book to comprehensively present the central doctrines of Aboriginal law that focus on the honour of the Crown and its fiduciary duties. The book seeks to systematically order and organize the law as it has been articulated by the Supreme Court and further shaped by other courts, thereby clarifying the interrelations characteristic of the doctrines and providing a sure grasp of their origins, scope and practical effects. $80 + tax | 315 Pages | Softcover | 2008 | ISBN: 9780433446149
First Nations Governance Law, 2nd Edition
Brian A. Crane, Robert Mainville & Martin W. Mason
When First Nations Governance Law was first published in
2006, it was the first Canadian book on this growing area
of the law. This new edition has been thoroughly revised
and updated by the original authors and remains the
number one resource for lawyers, Aboriginal band leaders
and administrators, policy makers and others involved in
Aboriginal governance matters.
$150 + tax | 873 Pages | Softcover | 2008 | ISBN: 9780433457756
Aboriginal Legal Issues – Cases, Materials &
Commentary, 3rd Edition
John J. Borrows & Leonard I. Rotman
This third edition builds upon the past editions and
continues to contextualize major legal issues within their
larger cultural, political, and sociological frames. The
emerging issues that receive greater prominence in this
edition are the continued existence of indigenous legal
traditions and the governments’ and courts’ willingness
to more fully recognize Canada’s multijuridical heritage.
Expanded coverage of Crown obligations and more
references to indigenous laws have also been included.
$127 + tax | 1,104 Pages | Softcover | 2007 | ISBN: 9780433453284
Legal Aspects of Aboriginal Business
Joseph E. Magnet & Chief Dwight A. Dorey
This new text is the first comprehensive treatment of the
unique legal issues that arise in Aboriginal transactions.
This book provides a practical, hands-on look at what has
happened, what opportunities exist, and where the law is
$130 + tax | 424 Pages | Softcover | 2005 | ISBN: 9780433449461
Aboriginal Rights Litigation
General Editors: Joseph E. Magnet & Chief Dwight A. Dorey
This collection of essays grew out of a series of meetings,
seminars, and a conference organized by the Congress
of Aboriginal Peoples. This text is a complete discussion
of Aboriginal rights litigation as it applies to off-reserve
$134 + tax | 512 Pages | Softcover | 2003 | ISBN: 9780433444039
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