Dionne Schulze is a law firm providing legal advice and representation in both litigation and negotiations. We work mainly in the field of Aboriginal law. read more
We are bilingual, trained in both common law and Quebec civil law, and have experience before the courts at all levels. read more
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“The federal government has until July 3 to eliminate all discriminatory clauses of the Indian Act or face a legal void that would be deeply problematic for Quebec’s indigenous population ”, Montreal Gazette, January 24, 2017. http://montrealgazette.com/news/quebec/quebec-judge-grants-six-month-extension-to-overhaul-indian-act
“A Quebec judge has reluctantly granted the federal government additional months to change sections of the Indian Act that she declared to be discriminatory saying more time had already been allowed than is usual under similar circumstances”, The Globe and Mail, January 24, 2017. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/quebec-judge-gives-ottawa-more-time-to-fix-indian-act/article33713042/
“The federal government has until Feb. 3 to abide by a Quebec Superior Court ruling ordering it to amend discriminatory clauses in the Indian Act. If the government can’t meet the deadline, the ruling will invalidate entire sections of the law, making it practically impossible to register status Indians in the province”, Montreal Gazette, January 6, […]