CBA-NS - Aboriginal Law Section Meeting (June 6)
Collision of Rights: Freedom of Association and Aboriginal and Treaty Rights
Recent proceedings involving Applications for Certification of bargaining units within First Nation fisheries have raised a number of questions. At the core is a potential conflict of interests and rights, such as employees’ right to unionize contrasted with the First Nations’ treaty right to fish for a “moderate livelihood” and the First Nations’ ability to eventually implement and self-govern this treaty right.
Bryna Fraser Hatt, MacIntosh, MacDonnell and MacDonald
Bryna Fraser Hatt is a lawyer with MacIntosh, MacDonnell and MacDonald (Mac Mac & Mac) in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia; practicing primarily in the areas of Labour and Employment, Aboriginal Law and Litigation. She currently serves as Vice-Chair of the Aboriginal Law Section of the Canadian Bar Associaton Nova Scotia Branch. Bryna obtained her LLB from Dalhousie Law School in 2007 and is currently pursuing an LLM from Osgoode Hall Law School. Prior to practicing law, Bryna worked in the Canadian Coast Guard as a rescue boat Coxswain and Search and Rescue Specialist.