These Aboriginal Law Conference course materials bring together papers from leading counsel in the field of Aboriginal law and representatives from First Nations, industry, and both levels of government. Our expert faculty provides a section on alternatives to treaty making: a discussion of the newly developed Haida Reconciliation Protocol, its contents and objectives, how this approach addresses the accommodation of title and rights, and how it impacts statutory decision makers and the referral process. The book also addresses the reconciliation of Aboriginal rights with a focus on the commercial mainstream, Aboriginal commercial fishing rights, and the aftermath of the Ahousaht, Gladstone, and Marshall cases. The book concludes with a discussion of the latest developments in the case law regarding consultation and accommodation, including a discussion on the pragmatic application of the latest cases. A great resource for any Aboriginal law practitioner.