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Prof. Sakej Henderson

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Employment History

  • Research Director, Native Law Centre
    University of Saskatchewan
  • Professor
    University of Saskatchewan
  • Research Director
    Native Law Centre
  • Research Director
    The Native Law Centre at the University of Saskatchewan
  • Research Director
    Native Law Centre of Canada
  • Silver Buffalo Consulting
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Web References
Sakej ..., 27 May 2014 [cached]
Sakej Henderson
Professor Sakej Henderson of the University of Saskatchewan looks more generally at matters surrounding questions regarding the proof of Aboriginal title in the legal system. In a far-ranging D/GNP paper on "The Proof of Aboriginal Title. Professor Henderson addresses a theme which runs through much of the Delgamuukw / Gisday'wa National Process research: in the implications of the colonial roots of Crown law.
Sheldon Chumir Foundation :: Why did Canada not sign the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples?, 4 Dec 2007 [cached]
Prof. Sakej Henderson (Research Director, Native Law Centre, University of Saskatchewan)
Professors Nigel Bankes and Sakej Henderson will be available for interviews prior to the event.
Speakers included The Honourable Frank ..., 9 Oct 2008 [cached]
Speakers included The Honourable Frank Iacobucci, Professor Brian Slattery, Professor S. James Anaya and Professor Sakej Henderson.
Speakers came from across North America, including Professor S. James Anaya (University of Arizona), Professor Sakej Henderson (University of Saskatchewan), Professor Brian Slattery (Osgoode Hall), and The Honourable Frank Iacobucci.
The presentation by Sakej Henderson was a unique and special gift: an attempt to walk the English common law mind through the world of First Nations jurisprudence. Although First Nations law is deeply embodied in words which have no English translation, rituals which have no European equivalent, and a world view almost beyond Western comprehension, Professor Henderson provided us with an enticing glimpse into another legal world and a spark of potential for understanding.
Law - University of Saskatchewan, 22 Sept 2011 [cached]
Sakej Henderson elected to Royal Society of Canada
Sakej Henderson, research director of the Native Law Centre, has been elected to the Royal Society o... More
Indian Taxation Advisory Board and Native Law Center Publish First Nation Gazette, 21 June 1997 [cached]
SASKATOON (June 21, 1997) -- Chief C.T. (Manny) Jules, Chairman of the Indian Taxation Advisory Board (ITAB) and Mr. Sakej Henderson, Research Director of the Native Law Centre at the University of Saskatchewan today unveiled the first issue of the First Nations Gazette, a mechanism which will ensure the formal publication of First Nation laws.This announcement, made on National Aboriginal Day, is part of the Native Law Centre's 25th anniversary celebrations of its Program of Legal Studies for Native People.
Chief Jules was very pleased with the launch of the first issue and its significance for First Nations."I believe the First Nations Gazette represents another milestone in our quest for self-government.Clearly, the dignity, status and legitimacy of our laws and law-making process will be enhanced by this publication."
It is an indispensable and practical tool," said Mr. Henderson.
The initial focus of the Gazette will be on property taxation matters, with a view to widening public and First Nation acceptance of property taxation initiatives and to assist First Nations with enforcement of their tax laws by ensuring both regular notice is provided and that a register of all current property tax bylaws is widely available.Future issues of the Gazette may also include decisions from assessment appeal boards and other relevant administrative tribunals, and provide a forum for initiatives undertaken in First Nation law-making.
The mandate of the Indian Taxation Advisory Board (ITAB) includes assisting First Nations in increasing the respect for and related enforcement of their taxation powers, and exploring and implementing mechanisms to ensure First Nation bylaws are properly and adequately promulgated, and that the content of the bylaws is accessible to the public.
The Native Law Centre at the University of Saskatchewan was created in 1975 to assist in the development of the law and the legal system in Canada in ways that preserve and sustain Aboriginal and Treaty rights.
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