A list of Landmark Cases from the BC Ministry of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation. (Link address updated August 2008).
The cases listed are grouped in five categories:
Province failed to adequately accommodate Gitanyow when issuing forest licences, court rules (Wii'litswx v. British Columbia )Posted August 29th, 2008 by Lorin
In a ruling by Justice Neilson of the Supreme Court of British Columbia, it was concluded that the Crown failed to fulfill its duty to meaningfully consult and adequately accommodate Gitanyow’s aboriginal interests in the course of the decision to replace six 15-year Forest Licences.
Decision Reached in Historical Land Claim Case: Tsilhqot'in Nation v. British Columbia, 2007 BCSC 1700Posted November 21st, 2007 by Anonymous
The Haida Nation has filed a Statement of Claim in the Supreme Court of Canada claiming Aboriginal Title and Rights to Haida Gwaii ("QueenCharlotte Islands").
Download the Statement of Claim, or look here.