The Difficult Progression of the Rights of Canada's Indigenous Peoples and the Obligation of Fiduciary Duty Indigenous Rights in the Canadian Legal Context

Sukhraaj Singh Shergill

Abstract


Sukhraaj Singh Shergill is a recent graduate from the University of Waterloo’s Bachelor of Arts Co-op Program. Graduating with Joint Honours in Legal Studies & Peace and Conflict Studies, he continues to follow his passions in legal analysis, policy development, human rights, Indigenous issues and fiscal management. Just shy of celebrating three years of experience dealing with Indigenous issues as a member of the Federal Public Service, he hopes to combine his passions and use his degree to affect efficient policy and legal reform as a human rights lawyer or continue as a Federal Public Servant. Following his second publication with the University of Waterloo Legal Studies Undergraduate Journal, he begins his pursuit of his Juris Doctor Degree at the Bora Laskin Faculty of Law at Lakehead University in September 2017. 




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15353/lsuj.v2i0.159

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