All across Canada, aboriginals keep pushing for extensions of race based ‘rights’ on their so-called ‘traditional territories’ – which, in their eyes, means all of Canada. Although Treaties did allow for the continuation of hunting, trapping, fishing, etc. on surrendered land, it has been clear from the beginning that those ‘rights’ were still subject to government regulation, including conservation, licencing, park management, etc. In addition, more recently we have been reassured that these ‘aboriginal rights’ are not applicable on what is now private property.
“However, numerous aboriginals still refuse to accept limitations on their ‘inherent rights’. This month, stories from Alberta and Saskatchewan: Continue reading ‘Inherent Right To Break The Law’