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This course will provide information concerning aboriginal law and treaties, indigenous legal principles and how the Canadian legal system recognizes the effects of the past on aboriginal culture in general and the criminal justice system in particular. This course will also provide a general introduction to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the protection of civil rights in Canada.

There is a significant writing component to this course as paralegal students need to have strong oral and written communication skills.

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