Constitution Based Tax Exemption for Indians, Indian Bands and Band Empowered Entities

By: Christopher Joseph Great-Sky (McLeod)

$23.00

In response to constant pressure and manoeuvrings, by the federal government of Canada, to assimilate Indigenous people within the mainstream, this book examines the Canadian tax system, which allows Indians, Indian Bands and Band empowered entities to be continually violated through the wrongful interpretation of the Constitution at 91(24) and 53. The wrongful appropriation of Indian lands is being extended to the personal property of Indians.

Every Indigenous individual in Canada needs a copy of this book. Every business doing business with Indigenous people should have a copy of this book.

  • ISBN: 978-1-926476-27-8
    Price: 23.00
    Binding: Paperback
    Date: Oct. 2019
    Rights: World
    Pages: 123
    Size: 6”x9”

  • Table of Contents

    Dedication
    Acknowledgments
    Talbe of Contents

    Preface
    Introduction

    Chapter 1 
    Constitution Based Tax Exemption for Indians, Indian Bands and Band Empowered Entities – A Brief Analysis

    Chapter 2 
    Constitution Based Tax Exemption for Indians, Indian Bands and Band Empowered Entities – A Detailed Analysis

    Chapter 3
    “THE CONNECING FACTORS TEST”: 
    A Malicious, Bad Faith and Disingenuous Bias and Discrimination of Indians Based on the Nowegijick and Williams Cases

    About the Author 

  • Christopher Joseph Great-Sky (McLeod)

    Christopher J. Grey-Sky (McLeod) is a member of the Wolf Clan, and is a Pipe Carrier. Christopher’s spirit name is: Red Eagle. His grandfather was William Kechi Kesik, the Headman and first Indian Act Chief of Tataskwayak Cree Nation (Split Indian Reserve of northern Manitoba) after signing the Adhesion to Treaty #5 in 1908.

    Mr. Grey-Sky has been a career community economic advisor specializing in the social and economic development issues of Indian Bands, Municipalities and Northern Affairs Community Councils.