REVITALIZING INDIGENOUS LAW WITH THE LOWER FRASER FISHERIES ALLIANCE
Revitalizing Indigenous law with the Lower Fraser Fisheries Alliance: Legal Traditions of the Peoples of the Lower Fraser. This legal synthesis, and its summary consolidates the year-long learning of what stories, both sxwōxwiyám/ sx̌ʷəx̌ʷəyém (‘stories of the distant past’ or ‘tell stories’) and sqwélqwel/ sqʷelqʷəl (‘true news’ or ‘oral stories’) and Elder’s knowledge teaches us about Indigenous laws related to watershed management and fisheries governance in the Lower Fraser.
The LFFA-RELAW Team is: Leah Ballantyne, LFFA-RELAW Coordinator, Rayanna Seymour-Hourie & Jessica Clogg, Lawyers, West Coast Environmental Law.
To learn more about the process of weaving this legal synthesis together, see this blog from their experience.
Download the Summary Report here
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