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This appeal was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench, Trial Division. The respondents, a group of Indigenous men, had been charged with violating the Atlantic Fisheries Regulations and the Fisheries Act for fishing l ...

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This case was an appeal of the decision in R. v. Bernard, 2000 CarswellNS 420, and it was heard in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court. The appellant, Mr. Bernard, was a Mi’kmaw man. At trial, Mr. Bernard was found guilty of “deer jacking” ...

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This case was heard in the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal. It was the third decision made on the issues first raised in R. v. Bernard, 2000 CarswellNS 420 and in R. v. Bernard, 2001 NSSC 19. The respondent, Mr. Bernard, was a Mi'kmaw man who was c ...

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This appeal was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Appeal. The appellant, Joshua Bernard, had been convicted at trial of unlawful possession of timber taken from government lands. At trial, Mr. Bernard had argued that he had a treaty right to harvest ti ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Provincial Court. The Defendant, Stephen Charles Bernard, had been charged under New Brunswick's Fish and Wildlife Act for unlicenced deer hunting. Mr. Bernard was Mi’kmaq and argued that he had an Aboriginal ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench, Trial Division, and was an appeal of the decision in R. v Bernard, 2010 NBPC 30 (CanLII). Prior to this case, the New Brunswick Provincial Court had convicted Mr. Bernard of unlaw ...

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This application was heard in the New Brunswick Provincial Court. The applicant, Keith Boucher, had been charged with possessing a moose carcass without a license in violation of section 58 of the New Brunswick Fish and Wildlife Act. Mr. Boucher arg ...

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This case was heard in the Nova Scotia Provincial Court. Mr. Boudreau was charged with violating three regulations that had been made under the federal Fisheries Act. He was charged with breaking the conditions of a communal fishing license, fi ...

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This case was heard in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court and was an appeal of the decision in R. v. Boudreau, 2009 NSPC 45. The respondent, Gordon Andrew Boudreau, had been charged under section 7 of the Aboriginal Communal Fishing Licences Regulat ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Provincial Court.  Mr. Caissie was charged under subsection 17(2) of the Maritime Provinces Fishery Regulations, made under the federal Fisheries Act, for possessing twenty-four speckled trout when the d ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Provincial Court. The Defendant, Jean-Denis Castonguay, was charged with two counts of possession of timber removed from Crown lands, which is an offence under subsection 67(1)(c) of New Brunswick's Crown Lan ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Provincial Court. The defendants, Roger Castonguay and François Faucher, were charged with violating s. 67(2) of the Crown Lands and Forests Act by cutting timber on Crown land. Both accuseds claime ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Provincial Court. The Defendants were charged with ten offences under New Brunswick's Crown Lands and Forests Act, including removing timber from Crown lands, possession of timber harvested on Crown lands, an ...

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This case was heard at the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench, Trial Division, and was an appeal of the decision in R. v. Castonguay, 2003 NBPC 16. The Appellants were convicted at trial for offences under New Brunswick's Crown and Forest Lan ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench. At trial, the appellant, Onil Chiasson, had been convicted of possessing a moose carcass contrary to section 58 of New Brunswick's Fish and Wildlife Act. In his defence, he had argued ...

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This motion to appeal the decision in R. v. Eymard Chiasson, 2012 NBPC 14, was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Appeal The Appellant, Mr. Chiasson, was found guilty of being unlawfully in possession of a deer carcass, contrary to New Brunswi ...

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This case was heard in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court. Mr. Christmas was a member of the Eskasoni Mi’kmaq Nation. In 1999, he was convicted of violating section 68 of the Nova Scotia Wildlife Act by hunting with the aid of a light.  After ...

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This appeal was heard in the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal. It was an appeal of the decision in R v Christmas, 2002 CanLII 16440 (NS SC). The appellant, Thomas Stephen Christmas, had been charged with hunting at night with the aid of a light in violat ...

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This case was heard in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court, Appeal Division.  The appellant, William Raymond Cope, was charged and at trial convicted of possessing more trout than was permitted under Nova Scotia's Fishery Regulations. Mr. Cope was Mi'kmaw ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Provincial Court. The defendant, Mr. Daniel Daigle, was charged with violating section 23(1.1)(b) of Regulation 82-103 of the New Brunswick Fish and Wildlife Act by possessing a trout that was more than ...