The Indigenous Domain and Intellectual Property Rights

James (Sakej) Youngblood Henderson


This article will briefly address the concept of the Canadian public domains and then introduce the Indigenous domain concept. I will then discuss the need to establish the Indigenous domain’s constitutional supremacy that requires Canadian intellectual property law to be reformed to be made consistent—without any domain being dominant. I conclude with some modest suggestions.

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