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Now more than ever, indigenous peoples’ interests in their cultural heritage are in the spotlight. Yet, there is very little literature that comprehensively discusses how existing laws can and cannot be used to address indigenous peoples’ interests. This book assesses how intangible aspects of indigenous cultural heritage (and the tangible objects that hold them) can be protected, within the realm of a broad range of existing legal orders, including intellectual property and related rights, consumer protection law, common law and equitable doctrines, and human rights. It does so by focusing on the New Zealand Māori. The book also looks to the future, analysing the long-awaited Wai report, released in New Zealand by the Waitangi Tribunal in response to allegations that the government had failed in its duty to ensure that the Māori retain chieftainship over their tangible and intangible treasures, as required by the Treaty of Waitangi, signed between the Māori and the British Crown in


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  • Book TitleIndigenous Cultural Heritage and Intellectual Property Rights
  • Book SubtitleLearning from the New Zealand Experience?
  • AuthorsJessica Christine Lai
  • Copyright InformationSpringer International Publishing Switzerland
  • Publisher NameSpringer, Cham
  • eBook PackagesHumanities, Social Sciences and LawLaw and Criminology (R0)
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  • Edition Number1
  • Number of PagesXV,
  • Number of Illustrations6 b/w illustrations, 0 illustrations in colour
  • TopicsIT Law, Media Law, Intellectual Property
    Cultural Heritage
    Private International Law, International & Foreign Law, Comparative Law
    International Economic Law, Trade Law
    Human Rights
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Sturgeon Heights Community Centre Receives LEED Gold Designation



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Representatives from all levels of government recently gathered at the Sturgeon Heights Community Centre in Winnipeg to celebrate the City’s first-ever civic building to receive LEED Gold Designation. LEED is the most recognized green building rating system in North America. “Our Government is proud to have supported this successful project and would like to congratulate the Sturgeon Heights Community Centre for this great achievement,” said the Honourable Steven Fletcher, Minister of State (Transport) and Member of Parliament for Charleswood−St. James−Assiniboia. “Investments in infrastructure projects like this one create jobs, support economic growth, and contribute to Canada’s longterm prosperity.” “The Sturgeon Heights Community Centre is an excellent example of how devoted staff and an innovative team can create

public space that not only considers the community, but also the environment as a whole,” said Local Government Minister Ron Lemieux. “The result is an energy efficient building with enhanced indoor air quality, natural light and sophisticated technologies.” “This community centre has not only become the jewel of our neighbourhood, but a sustainable jewel that the entire city can be proud of,” said Councillor Scott Fielding (St. James-Brooklands), Chair of the Standing Policy Committee on Protection and Community Services. “It’s a real honour for this facility to not only receive this recognition, but to be the first civic building in Winnipeg to achieve this status.” “We are proud to be part of a team that has pursued sustainable excellence and recognized the value of the LEED process since day one,” said Jamie Kozak,


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Wildfire! Front Page Story

Every year, countries, territories, states and provinces around the globe spend billions of dollars in forest wildfire prevention, management, control and extinguishment. This cost is second only to the loss in value of marketable timber as well as public and private property to say nothing of the loss of human life to which a value cannot be placed. By Ronald Mullins


lobally, the largest forest wildfire in recent history was the Black Dragon Fire in China, which broke out in May along the Amur River, the boundary between eastern Siberia and Chinese Manchuria. This fire burned approximately 18 million acres (72, sq km) of pristine conifer forest - an area almost one and one half times that of the provinces of Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and New

Brunswick combined. The worst of this conflagration took place between the evening hours of May 7 and the early morning hours of May 8, when it took most of its victims: more than dead and burned and injured. The single worst wildfire in U.S. history, in both size and fatalities, was the Great Peshtigo Fire in northern Wisconsin and the upper peninsula of Michigan that burned million

acres (15, sq km) and killed at least 1, during the week of October , After a hot, dry summer strong, warm autumn winds fanned the fires out of control. Fire tornadoes were reported at several locations, and the fire became so hot that people taking refuge in rivers were boiled to death. Unattended fires at logging camps in the area are believed to have caused the fire. In October , the massive Cloquet Fire in northern Minnesota is believed to have been caused by sparks from the local railroad. This forest wildfire was one of the worst natural disasters in U.S. history in terms of the number of lives lost in a single day. In total, lives were lost and 52, people were injured or displaced, 38 communities were destroyed, , acres (1, sq km) were burned, and 73 million dollars in property damage was suffered. Here in Canada, the Great Miramichi Fire in

October , devastated forests and communities throughout much of northern New Brunswick. It blackened almost 4 million acres (16, sq km) and ranks amongst the three largest forest fires ever recorded in North America. As this fire raged out of control it destroyed about one third of the homes in Fredericton, but the main devastation took place about kilometers to the northeast. On the evening of October 7, , the firestorm roared through Newcastle, now part of the City of Miramichi, and in less than three hours reduced the town to ruins. To escape the blaze, many residents took refuge with livestock and wildlife in the Miramichi River. The loss of human life in and around Newcastle alone reached and included all prisoners in the local jail. Elsewhere, the totals were likely higher, given the number of lumbermen in the forests at the time. The

cause of the blaze is not known, but was likely the result of human activity. Ontario is more than one million square kilometres in size, of which 85 percent is covered by a variety of forest types. Wildfires have always been, and will continue to be, a real threat to the forest and its human and animal inhabitants. The province has seen a number of destructive wildfires over the years. In , a forest fire in the Baudette-Rainy River area killed 42 people and scorched over , acres (1, sq km). The next year, the infamous Porcupine fire, one of the largest in Ontario’s history, burned almost , acres (2, sq km), including the towns of Timmins, South Porcupine and Cochrane. The estimated death toll was In , a fire in the Matheson area burned the villages of Kelso, Val Gagne, Porquis Junction and Iroquois Falls, taking lives. The Haileybury fire in killed 43 and destroyed 6, homes. Source: Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources In recent history, and seared into our memories, are the Flat Top Complex Wildfire in Alberta and the Okanagan Mountain Park in British Columbia. The Okanagan Mountain Park Fire was caused by a lightning strike. Before it was controlled, it burned over 63, acres ( sq km), destroyed or damaged homes, caused the evacua-

July tion of over 33, people and wiped out 12 historic wooden railway trestles in Myra Canyon. (Source: BC Wildfire Management) Three simultaneous wildfires, which became known as The Flat Top Complex Wildfire, combined and destroyed over residences and commercial buildings in and around Slave Lake and resulted in the evacuation of almost 15, people. Unlike the Okanagan Mountain Park fire, this fire is believed to have been human caused. (Source: Alberta Ministry of Environment) The most common cause of wildfires varies throughout the world. In Canada and northwest China, lightning is the major source of ignition. In the United States, the source of wildfires can be traced to both lightning strikes and human activities. In other parts of the world, human involvement is a major contributor. Wildfires present a challenge for forest management because they have the potential to be at once harmful and beneficial. On the one hand, wildfires can threaten communities and destroy vast amounts of timber resources, resulting in costly losses. On the other hand, these fires are a natural part of the forest ecosystem and important in many parts of Canada for maintaining the health and diversity of the forest. b Copyright REMco Rock Engineered Machinery Company Reprinted with permission.

FACTS ABOUT WILDFIRES IN CANADA Canada has about 10% of the world’s forests. Each year over the last 25 years, about forest fires have occurred. The total area burned varies widely from year to year, but averages about million acres annually. Only 3% of all wildfires that start each year in Canada grow to more than acres in area. However, these fires account for 97% of the total area burned across the country. Fire suppression costs over the last decade in Canada have ranged from about $ million to $1 billion a year. (Source: Natural Resources Canada) A wildfire is one of the most powerful forces in nature, as anyone who has watched its frightening fury can attest. Be careful working or playing in or near the forest or dry grasslands and be sure to report wildfires to the local authorities.


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Case Lends Support To Victory Garden Initiative Thanks to Victory Garden Initiative, community groups, volunteers and the sponsorship and support of CASE Construction Equipment, Milwaukee residents can enjoy vegetables grown in their own neighbourhoods. It’s all part of the Victory Garden Blitz, an event that involved the installation of new vegetable gardens throughout the City of Milwaukee from May 11 through May Nearly twice as many gardens were installed this spring when compared with last year’s effort. “The Victory Garden Blitz is a great example of people coming together to help improve the community, while at the same time, taking meaningful steps to create a more ecologically sustainable future,” said Jim Hasler, Vice President, CASE Construction EquipmentNorth America. “We’re thrilled to participate in

this project – and we congratulate everyone who contributed their time and effort to make the goal of gardens a reality. It’s a remarkable accomplishment.” CASE Construction Equipment is a division of CNH Global N.V., a subsidiary of Fiat Industrial, S. p. A. For its role in the Blitz project, CASE Construction Equipment donated a CASE SV medium-frame skid steer loader, a machine operator and event signage – all of which is in addition to CNH’s financial sponsorship of the project. A total of 15 Fiat Industrial employees and their family members and friends volunteered a day of labour to the effort, which included the construction and filling of raised gardens across Milwaukee. “We believe a community-based, sustainable, nutritious, and socially just food system can be created if we grow some

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Carmanah Technologies Launches Solar Engine Line Carmanah Technologies (TSX: CMH) recently announced the launch of its “powered by Carmanah” standalone solar engine product line, which is now available to OEM outdoor lighting fixture manufacturers. The solar engine product line allows for the supply of Carmanah’s commercial-grade solar outdoor light engines for integration with virtually any luminaire manufacturer’s product. Building from the company’s success as a standalone solar-powered

outdoor lighting system manufacturer, Carmanah has introduced the new standalone solar engine product line as a strategic answer to an outdoor lighting market that requires off-grid solutions with a variety of luminaire options. Carmanah proprietary technology allows for the easy plug-and-play pairing of virtually any fixture under W with a complete line of solar engines that range from an architectural/esthetic design with motion sensing capabilities to value-engineered industrial models capable of produc-

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sand and gravel to produce three aggregates and one grade of sand while operating at tons per hour. Readymix (W.I) selected a Terex plant over other options specifically due to the expertise DUO and Terex offered in the field and the ability to provide a comprehensive sales and support package. Ravi Singh, Quarry Manager for ReadyMix (W.I.), commented, “DUO and Terex thoroughly investigated the product to be processed; analyzing it thoroughly and from this designed a bespoke plant most suited to our individual needs. In addition they provided a dedicated team of engineers, sales and aftersales technicians to support throughout the plant installation and commissioning process.” The plant consists of an H 9 feeder, R screenbox, FM C cyclone, dewatering screen, PS R logwasher, D dry screen, two lattice frame feed conveyors and four TC conveyors to



July The plant consists of an H 9 feeder, R screenbox, FM C cyclone, dewatering screen, PS R logwasher, D dry screen, two lattice frame feed conveyors and four TC conveyors

achieve the customer’s desired grades. Luke Talbot, International Sales Manager for DUO, commented, “We were delighted when Readymix selected DUO as their preferred supplier for the washplant, which reinforces the success of our previous projects installed in this market and shows the strength of our reputation in the region. The new plant has been very well received and will certainly add a new dimension and increased efficiency to their overall production.” Ravi Singh added, “This new plant has replaced an existing barrel type washing plant. The maintenance costs on the old plant were extremely high, which left it less cost effective for processing. However, the TWS equipment has much lower maintenance costs, has maximum efficiency and productivity and allows us to be ultimately much more competitive in the market. The newly designed plant also allows us to get a cleaner, more desirable product.” Following a recent trip to the Trinidad site, Fergal McPhillips, Sales Manager TWS, commented, “The plant is effectively addressing Readymix’s problems. It is achieving excellent results by being much more efficient while generating

outstanding commercial output and dealing with the demands of the construction market.” The wash plant has been in operation for one month now and Ravi Singh, went on to say, “We are extremely impressed and excited about the prospects of this new Terex washplant which is currently operating at tph. We can firmly say this is the largest project the company has embarked on for a long time and undoubtedly the most successful in terms of production. The entire team involved in the project at Readymix (W.I) has been extremely impressed with all aspects of the plant from the initial conception through to the final end product, including consultation, engineering, service and aftersales support from both DUO and TWS.” Sean Loughran, Director of TWS, commented, “The Trinidad sand and gravel washplant is a demonstration of yet another complex plant offered by DUO and TWS. Both DUO and TWS carefully considered the customer’s specific needs and manufactured a custom plant which is operating at tph and is much more efficient than Readymix’s previous plant, ultimately producing a more desirable product. This is supported


by DUO’s specialist team of engineers, applications and aftersales technicians from initial conception through to final commissioning, all of which receives support from our engineering team. DUO is highly respected within the Trinidad market, having installed a number of other plants. They are valued not only for high quality products they sell but also for their high levels of application, technical knowledge and aftersales care and support.” DUO and TWS are committed to providing all customers with excellent customer support and aftersales care and this was another unique appeal for Readymix (W.I) opting for a Terex washplant. Ravi Singh added, “What was also particularly appealing is the availability of spares if required and in addition the direct face to face contact we had with both DUO and TWS. The level of service was second to none throughout the installation and final commissioning of the plant.” To find out more or to discuss specific washing requirements, contact us at or visit our dedicated website which provides an overview of the full product offering at washing. b




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Mack began as a welding company to support the forestry and mining industries, but quickly reinvented itself as a crane attachment manufacturer specializing in material handling. Today, this focus is highlighted by Mack’s expanding range of clamshell buckets and grabs for the stevedoring industry, particularly well serviced from the company’s current base on Alabama’s Gulf Coast. Of Mack’s approximate annual sales of $7+ million, roughly 15 percent can be attributed to direct exports. “The 25 yard buckets used to be the largest size we ever produced for these applications,” says Matt Davidson, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, “but we’ll build them as big as our customers need. We have been receiving orders recently for shipmounted cranes rated up

to as much as 30 and 35 tons.” The company recently commissioned a 40 bucket, painted in the crimson red of the NCAA National Champion University of Alabama Football Team. Whereas smaller “touch & go” buckets were once more common in use with ship cranes, Mack has found most shipbuilders and stevedoring firms today wish to adopt the company’s single-line buckets. Gaining in particular popularity is Mack’s self-contained, dieselpowered grapples and buckets with remote controls, an innovative market introduction which allows customers to handle materials with higher densities such as pig iron and HBI. “However, they still offer the simplicity and versatility you want on a ship’s crane, compared to the electrically-powered units used by port facilities,” says Davidson. Radio-controlled models allow operators to actuate the bucket hydraulics from onboard the ship or from the dock,

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