Court decision may open border to First Nation hunters from U.S. – CBC

Judge rules Sinixt in Washington have right to hunt in southern B.C.

A new court ruling could make it impossible for the federal government to stop members of a First Nation who live in the U.S. from coming to B.C. to hunt, according to a former deputy minister of aboriginal affairs.

“It’s unlikely that the federal government has any power to stop them from coming into Canada if they specifically want to carry out those activities,”