The Indigenous Domain and Intellectual Property Rights

James (Sakej) Youngblood Henderson

Abstract


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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