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A Re-evaluation of Court Options for Shadhäla, Äshèyi yè kwädän




We are some ongoing problems persisting since five northerners, age 25 to 35, from diverse the imposition of a colonial legal structure backgrounds, communities and skill sets, who in the Yukon, and enhance the ability of are passionate about the well-being of the Indigenous communities to administer justice North and its people. [...] Honouring the Truth, Reconciling for the Future: Summary of the Final Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. [...] The first murder historical perspective, the execution of the trial to be tried held in the Yukon Court brothers was was the “judicial homicide” of the Nantuk brothers.5 “intended to send a strong message, to Figure 1 first nations: don’t you step out of line, you’ll face the full weight of the law, and that includes execution. [...] Indigenous laws Framework (AJA), signed in 2016.18 The have always and continue to play a central Justice Manager also led the community- role in governing the land and the lives of based nature of a justice program and Indigenous peoples and Yukoners alike. [...] The client base of the to “repeal all provisions relating to the Haines Junction Community Justice Program Administrative Tribunal and replace them is both CAFN citizens (within geographical in the Government Administration Act with access) and residents of Haines Junction, provisions establishing a CAFN Ombudsman making it one of the few “bridging agencies” with a similar mandate to the Yukon in


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