Volume 27.1 (2018)

January 1, 2018

This issue covers topics discussed at the Reconciliation: Wahkohtowin conference held in Edmonton, Alberta on September 22 and 23, 2017.


Patricia Paradis and Colton Fehr

Jordan's Principle: Reconciliation and the First Nations Child

Colleen Sheppard

Wahkohtowin in Action

Matthew Wildcat

De facto and de jure Crown Sovereignty: Reconciliation and Legitimation at the Supreme Court of Canada

Ryan Beaton

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