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93 and 133 of the Constitution Act, 1867. The provisions of this "small bill of rights/7 now expanded as to the language rights of s. 133 by ss. 16 to 23 of the Charter, constitute a major difference from a bill of rights such as that of the United States, which is based on individual rights. Collective or group rights, such as those concerning languages and those concerning certain denominations to separate schools, are asserted by individuals or groups of individuals because of their membership in the protected group.
Worcester v. State of Georgia, , 6 Peters 515. Supra, note 6, p. ; p. 169 and pp. 193-196, per Hall, J. Most notably Guerin, supra, note 11. But see also Hamlet of Baker Lake v. R. D), pp. 541-542. , Vol. 98, No. 2 (1984), 422-440. Seminole Nation v. S. 286, pp. 296-297. Choctaw Nation v. S. 432, pp. 431-432; Oneida County v. Ct. 1245, p. 1258. S. v. Ct. 2961, p. 2972. Guerin v. R. D). R. ), p. 469, per LeDain J. Supra, note 11, p. 346. , p. 356. , p. , p. 358. Ibid. See Nowegijick v. R. ), p%.
576. , p. 60. La Societe des Acadiens v. R. 549, p. 578. , p. 27. , pp. 27-28. Canada: Statement of the Government of Canada on Indian Policy, House of Commons, June 25, 1969. A discussion of "existing aboriginal and treaty rights" is beyond the scope of this chapter, but the phrase is generally understood to refer to rights to occupy and use land in various ways, as well as to the specific rights secured through treaties. These constitutionally entrenched rights do not address general issues of service provision.