Publications and Media
- "Canada Ordered to Stop Discriminating Against First Nations Children, For the Third Time", OKT Blog, September 15, 2016
- "Self-Government “Lite” – asserting jurisdictions without major constitutional change", with Sarah Colgrove, OKT Blog, June 20, 2016
- "We don’t need one more ride on the merry-go-round: It’s time for fresh ideas", with Michael McClurg and Bryce Edwards, OKT Blog, February 10, 2016
- "Federal proposal for mining, oil and gas companies to disclose payments to Aboriginal governments would affect IBAs", OKT Blog, April 29, 2014
- Presentation, “Establishing Indigenous Administrative Tribunals”, October 5, 2013, Indigenous Bar Association 2013 Fall Conference.
- "A Victory for First Nations Children: Jordan’s Principle Recognized"
- Conference Co-Chair, “Aboriginal Economic Development: The Legal Toolbox – Theory and Practice (Part II)”, November 15, 2012, Ontario Bar Association Conference.
- Maggie Wente, “Case Comment: NIL/TU,O Child and Family Services Society v BCGEU and CEP v Native Child and Family Services of Toronto” (2011) 10:1 Indigenous LJ.
- Presentation, “Natural Resources, Mining, and Consultation”, October 24, 2008, Indigenous Bar Association 2008 Fall Conference.
- Presentation, “Natural Resources and Mining Act: Injunctions and Community Responsibility”, October 24, 2008, Indigenous Bar Association 2008 Fall Conference.
- Presentation (with John A. Olthuis), “Land Access and Sustainable Development”, December 10, 2007, Insight Information Aboriginal Energy Forum.
- Maggie Wente (with Kate Kempton) “‘Rule of Law’ Concept Should Apply to All Parties”, The Lawyers Weekly, September 22, 2006, Lexis Nexis Canada Inc.
- Maggie Wente (with Veena Verma), “Systemic Remedies to Address Institutional Racism: Lessons Learned from McKinnon v. Ontario (Ministry of Correctional Services)”, June 4, 2002, Toronto: Cavalluzzo, Shilton, McIntyre Cornish.
- Senior Editor, Indigenous Law Journal, (2002) 1 Indigenous LJ.
- Maggie Wente, “Urban Aboriginal Homelessness in Canada” (2000) University of Toronto, Faculty of Social Work.
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