This book examines existing law and policy for users and potential users of Alberta public rangeland – nearly 9,000 square miles of public land under grazing lease, over half of which is in southern Alberta. It identifies and discusses critical public land issues and makes recommendations for law and policy reform. It clarifies the law on access to public rangelands by the public and treaty Indians, and access and compensation by the oil and gas industry. As well, the book examines how laws of general application apply to users of these valuable lands, including public lands law, environmental laws and wildlife laws and policies.
ISBN Number: 978-0-921503-48-4 (48-2)*
*Available as a special order. Contact the Centre for pricing.