TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 2002 BRITISH COLUMBIA:
The Haida First Nation has made a landmark claim to on- and off-shore natural resources on Queen Charlotte Islands, asking the province's Supreme Court to recognize its right to exercise control over the assets.
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The Hupacaseth First Nation is going to court today to file a challenge to a provincial-wide treaty referendum, whose questions have only been recently finalized. But band chief Judith Sayers says they are unconstitutional and revisit issues that have already been decided.
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