Supreme Court to rule on Indigenous rights case that could have sweeping implications for Parliament

The Supreme Court of Canada will deliver a ruling Thursday on an issue that has become increasingly fraught: the Crown's constitutional duty to consult with Indigenous peoples. A decision in favour of the First Nation in question could have sweeping consequences for Canada's legislative process.

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