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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench, Trial Division, and was an appeal of R v Daigle, 2003 NBPC 4 (CanLII). At trial, Mr. Daigle had been found guilty of violating section 23(1.1)(b) of Regulation 82-103 of the New Brunsw ...

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This case was heard in the Provincial Court of New Brunswick.  The defendant, Daniel Daigle, was charged under section 67(2) of the Crown Lands and Forests Act for possessing timber that had come from Crown land. Mr. Daigle was not an Indi ...

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  This case was heard in the New Brunswick Provincial Court.  The three accused were found in possession of two Atlantic salmon that did not have tags attached to them, which violated section 57(1) of the New Brunswick Fish and Wildlife A ...

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This case was heard in the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal.  The appellants were Mi’kmaq. They were accused of fishing in a time, manner, and place that violated the terms of the federal Fisheries Act. The appellants had been fishing for food. The ...

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This case was heard in the Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador, Trial Division. Three Métis Defendants were charged with unlawfully fishing, dangerous use of a vessel, and obstructing a fisheries officer, which were offences under the federal  ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Provincial Court.  The Defendant, Eymard Chiasson, was charged with hunting moose with a snare and hunting bear with a trap which were activities prohibited by New Brunswick's Fish and Wildlife Act. In h ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Provincial Court.  Mr. Fowler was charged with violating section 41 of the New Brunswick Fish and Wildlife Act by having a firearm in his possession in resort of wildlife during hunting season witho ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench, Trial Division. John Peter Francis and Frank Augustine were convicted in the New Brunswick Provincial Court for possessing undersized lobster, which was an offence under subs ...

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This case was heard in the Nova Scotia Provincial Court. The defendant, Peter Francis, was a Mi’kmaw fisherman engaged in a lobster fishery who had been charged under the Atlantic Fishery Regulations with fishing for lobsters without being auth ...

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This case was heard in the Nova Scotia Provincial Court. The applicants were a group of Mi'kmaw fishers who were members of either the Indian Brook Reserve or the Acadian Band. The group had been fishing lobster in St. Mary's Bay and were charged under t ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench Trial Division. The respondents, Robert Francis, Romeo Francis, and Alvery Paul had been charged with unlawfully possessing timber cut from Crown lands. All three were Mi'kmaw men. At trial ...

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The case was heard in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court. The Appellant, Jack Leonard Hatfield, was charged with hunting without a license and possessing a deer carcass, which were activities prohibited by Nova Scotia's Wildlife Act. In his defence,  ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Provincial Court.  Mr. Hopper was charged with violating the New Brunswick Fish and Wildlife Act by possessing the carcass of a deer. Mr. Hopper argued that he was exempt from the Act because he had ...

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This case was hear in the New Brunswick Provincial Court. The defendant, John E. Paul, was charged with unlawfully making improvements on government land by erecting a hunting camp. Mr. Paul was an Indigenous individual of Maliseet descent, and his  ...

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The case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench, Trial Division. Mr. Labillois was charged with hunting moose during the closed season, which violated section 32(1)(a) of the New Brunswick Fish and Wildlife Act. Mr. Labillois argued t ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Appeal.  Mr. Labillois was charged with unlawfully hunting moose during the closed season in violation of section 32(1)(a) of the New Brunswick Fish and Wildlife Act. The trial judge had ac ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Court of Queen’s Bench, Trial Division. The Appellant, Rosemary Lamb, had been charged with hunting moose out of season. Ms. Lamb was a Caucasian woman who, years earlier, had married a Mi'kmaw man who was a membe ...

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This case was heard in the Nova Scotia Provincial Court.  Mr. LaPorte was charged with committing an offence under the federal Fisheries Act by fishing in a closed area in violation of section 7 of the Aboriginal Communal Fishing Lice ...

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This case was heard in the New Brunswick Provincial Court. Mr. Lavigne was charged with unlawfully possessing a firearm during the closed season and unlawfully hunting moose without a license, both of which violated the New Brunswick Fish and Wildli ...

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The New Brunswick Provincial Court had acquitted Mr. Lavigne of two charges related to hunting moose without a permit. He had successfully argued that he was Aboriginal and had hunting rights protected by section 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982. The ...