Subject: Askiy
Credit units: 3
College: Agriculture and Bioresources
Department: AGBIO (Dean's Office)

Description

A study of the land systems used in Canada historically, currently and comparatively, as well as a look at the development and impact of legislation on Aboriginal people in Canada and recognition of traditional law. This course is designed to introduce students to various legal systems, international, national and local. Students will learn the basics of legal systems and structures and how jurisdiction and consultation have emerged as legal doctrines in Canada as well as how they impact on decisions and processes used by Aboriginal land and resource managers. There are additional non-refundable costs in addition to tuition fees.

Note: There are additional non-refundable costs in addition to tuition fees.
Note: Course instruction is blended with face-to-face lecture and web supported home study. Students with credit for IPRM 100 will not receive credit for this course.

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