In Saskatchewan and Ontario, appeal courts upheld the law. Alberta's Court of Appeal ruled it unconstitutional.
This decision provides substantial legal strength to the view that regional rights - the right to disagree with Ottawa - are wantonly being abrogated. It highlights...
As of press time, the Trudeau government was silent about any return of the ill-gotten loot.
There is some hope that these judges might put an end to the seemingly interminable opposition of an increasingly smaller group of Indigenous activists.