Reflections on the Evolution of Legal Systems in the Canadian North
" ... In the coming decades, based on genuine political and judicial interest in reconciliation and Indigenous engagement, the North will be well along the way toward the shared creation of a multicultural system of law and justice that reflects the cultures, histories, values, and political realities of the diverse peoples who now inhabit the Territorial North in Canada."
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