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HUNTING, FISHING AND LOGGING RIGHTS - Hunting, fishing or trapping - Purpose - For sale - Offences and penalties - Constitutional issues - Recognition of existing aboriginal and treaty rights

Thursday, September 21, 2017 @ 8:42 AM  

Appeal by the Crown from a decision staying charges against Reynolds under the Fish and Wildlife Act. Reynolds was an Aboriginal person entitled to hunt and trade in moose. In 2012, he killed a moose and traded it to Knox for a car. Knox was not an Aboriginal and did not have a transfer permit authorizing his possession of the moose meat. He pleaded guilty to unlawful trading and possessing moose meat. Reynolds was charged as an accessory to the offences Knox committed. Shortly before his...