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Offline Granny

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Re: BC v Wet'suet'en
« Reply #15 on: February 10, 2020, 08:06:23 pm »
There may be two sets of representatives.

Yes. One suppressed for decades, but respected.
Some Band Councillors are traditional leaders too.
 And they all struggle with jurisdiction, caring for the land v administering a community and Canadian government affairs of the people.

The numbers who vote in Band Council elections and eg CGL votes would be interesting too.

It's a process.

It could be a whole lot less traumatic if our governments would refer questions to the Supreme Court of Canada, and do as directed.

Reconcile titles, define jurisdictions, share the land as agreed.
Fair dealing.

Ditch fossil fuels.
Traditional and elected Councils may welcome renewable energy projects. Problem solved.

Even Jason Kenney is getting on board now. % )

And I love the lawful peaceful people standing beside the tracks ... disrupting business as usual across the nation. All west to east rails go through Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory. And they never had consent to put it there.

 Powerful. Lawful. Peaceful.

Shutting Canada down is easy.

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