Johnson V. Catherine's Case Study

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The Canadian legal system has almost complete control over Indigenous land and civil rights. Throughout history, Canada has been back and forth regarding Indigenous policy. Canada has had little to no regard over Indigenous rights and policy was mainly based on the goal of assimilation and colonization. Moving forward, there has been an improvement in Indigenous policies and the government regarding Indigenous issues. In regards to the Marshall Trilogy, St. Catherine’s case, the Lavell-Bedard case and the Daniels v. Canada case, the courts had at times put up a fight but Indigenous people fought for their rights sometimes winning and sometimes losing the battle. The Marshall Trilogy, which consisted of three cases: Johnson v. McIntosh,
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