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ISBN: 9781552213827-08

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Indigenous Righs and Relations with Animals

From: Canadian Perspectives on Animals and the Law

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Examination of the limits of Canadian law on the understanding of the relationship between animals and the legal rights of Indigenous peoples.

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Constance MacIntosh

Constance MacIntosh (LLB, Osgoode; MA, Alberta) practised Aboriginal law for several years before joining the Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University, where she has taught Aboriginal law for a decade. She is currently the Director of Dalhousie’s Health Law Institute. Much of her research is about how Canadian law intersects with the health and well-being of Indigenous peoples and communities in Canada. She recently completed work as an expert panel member for the Council of Canadian Academics for a report on Food Security in Northern Canada, and as a member of the Independent Panel advising the Nova Scotia government on hydraulic fracking.