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Text   Minister's statement / Supreme Court of Canada decision on Aboriginal forestry
textJuly 20, 2005 - Fredericton
textJustice and Consumer Affairs
textAboriginal Affairs
In May 1998, Joshua Bernard, a Mi'kmaq from Eel Ground Reserve, was charged under the New Brunswick Crown Lands and Forest Act for having 23 spruce logs on the truck he was driving.   Attorney General Brad Green, Minister responsible for Aboriginal Affairs, left, and Natural Resources Minister Keith Ashfield.
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