Ratcliff is representing both the Coldwater Indian Band the Squamish Nation in a challenge to the approval of the TransMountain Pipeline at the Federal Court of Appeal. "It is our Standing Rock," said Coldwater Indian Band Chief Lee Spahan. "It is about our drinking water."
Ratcliff lawyer Aaron Bruce helped the Squamish Nation to develop its own environmental assessment process.
The Supreme Court of Canada has denied leave to Rio Tinto Alcanm upholding the Saik'uz and Stellat'en First Nations' win at the British Columbia Court of Appeal.
The Fort Nelson First Nation has won potentially precedent-setting decision from the B.C. Environmental Assessment Board cancelling the water license of a natural gas operation in northeast B.C.
Ratcliff & Company offers an aboriginal law practice focused on the legal needs of First Nations. Our services inlcude:
Aboriginal rights & title litigation
Engaging with government and industry
Treaty negotiation and implementation
We offer a range of community and corporate legal services including:
Wills and estates
Business and commercial
Ratcliff represents Coldwater and Squamish against TransMountain Pipeline
Ratcliff lawyer develops EA process for Squamish Nation
Ratcliff secures $13.8 million award for Huu-ay-aht First Nations
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