Three years on, feds still working to ‘institutionalize’ Wilson-Raybould’s litigation rules: Miller
Weeks from announcing a $40-billion settlement, Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Marc Miller says he and Justice Minister David Lametti have been scrutinizing the government's legal arguments carefully. Lawyers for First Nations are split on whether much has changed in the courtroom.
Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Marc Miller, left, and Justice Minister David Lametti, right, are, along with Indigenous Services Minister Patty Hajdu, the government's key decision-makers when it comes to interactions with Indigenous peoples. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade