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Last Updated September 15, 2015

Meaningful Consultation of First Nation, Inuit and Métis Peoples in Canada

What is it?


Canadian courts have established that Meaningful Consultation is an Aboriginal right in Canada guaranteed by Section 35 of the Constitution Act (1982). The goal of Meaningful Consultation is the reconciliation of the pre-existence of Aboriginal societies, Aboriginal rights, with the sovereignty of the Crown.




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