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Semiahmoo Indian Band v. Canada, [1998] 1 F.C. 3, 1997 CanLII 6347 (F.C.A.)

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Successfully introduced the principle of minimal taking in respect of expropriation of Indian reserve land for public purposes, as an implication of the fiduciary principle. This has become a seminal case in Aboriginal law. Semiahmoo Indian Band v. Canada (C.A.), 1997 CanLII 6347 (F.C.A.)