1. Delgamuukw v. British Columbia (Supreme Court of Canada) [1997] 3 SCR 1010, paragraph 186

2. R v. Thomas Peter Paul (NB Provincial Court) (1996) 182 NBR (2d) 270

3. R. v. Thomas Peter Paul (NB Court of Queen’s Bench) (1997) 193 NBR (2d) 321

4. R. v. Thomas Peter Paul (Court of Appeal of NB) April 22, 1998

5. Constitution Act, 1982 section 35 reads "The existing aboriginal and treaty rights of the aboriginal peoples of Canada are hereby recognized and affirmed."

6. Peter Hogg, Constitutional Law of Canada, (1992) p. 681

7. Indian Act section 88 is interpreted by Professor Hogg as allowing provincial laws of general application to apply to aboriginal people but not provincial laws that affect ˘Indianess÷. See Hogg (1992) p. 677

8. Native people in the Maritime provinces assert that aboriginal title to the Maritime provinces still exists. For a full analysis see G. P. Gould and A.J. Semple, Our Land: the Maritimes (1980, Saint Anne’s Point Press, Fredericton)

9. Hogg (1992) p. 685

10. id. n. 2 at p. 296 - 298

11. id. n. 4 at p. 25

12. Calder v. AG BC [1973] S.C.R. 313

13. R. v. Sparrow [1990] 1 S.C.R. 1075

14. id. at p. 1090

15. id. n. 1 at para. 143

16. id. para. 111

17. id. para. 115

18. Personal communication with Cleveland Allaby, Counsel for Thomas Peter Paul

19. Delgamuukw at para 161 and R.v. Gladstone [1996] 2 S.C. R. 507

20. Delgamuukw at para 165

21. Delgamuukw at para 186 and Sparrow at p. 1105

22. Ecological Land Classification for New Brunswick: Ecoregion, Ecodistrict, Ecosite Levels, Department of Natural Resources, 1997.

23. Zelazny, V. and Veen, H. The Acadian Forest Past and Present. Proceedings of the Ecological Landscape Management Workshop, Canadian Woodlands Forum, Canadian Pulp and Paper Association, Fredericton, New Brunswick, 1997.

24. Loo, J., Ecological Function and Biodiversity, Forest Protection - Developing a Strategy for New Brunswick, Premier Round Table on the Environment and Economy, Fredericton, New Brunswick, 1997.

25. Woodley, S. and Forbes, G., Forest Management Guidelines To Protect Native Biodiversity in the Fundy Model Forest, Greater Fundy Ecosystem Research Group, New Brunswick Co-operative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, University of New Brunswick, 1997.

26. Public Lands in Public Hands: Managing Crown Forests in the Public Interest. Policy Proposal, Conservation Council of New Brunswick, 1994.

27. Betts, M. and Coon, D., Working with the Woods: Restoring Forests and Community in New Brunswick, Conservation Council of New Brunswick, 1996.