Episode 5 – The Stories We Tell: Site-C, Treaty 8, and the Duty to Consult and Accommodate
AbstractThis episode turns back to Aboriginal Law and the Duty to Consult, specifically in the context of the Site-C dam project under construction in BC. Our first guest is Appeal author and UVic law student Rachel Gutman. Our second guest is Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Law, and UVic professor, Dr. John Borrows.
The song that plays in the intro and outro of this episode is “Two Pianos” by Tajirijus.
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