Aboriginal and Treaty Rights

Nahwegahbow Corbiere’s fervent commitment to obtaining justice for First Nations is what sets us apart from other law firms.

David Nahwegahbow has been in practice for over 36 years, the same period of time that Aboriginal and Treaty Rights have been protected under the Canadian Constitution.

During this time, Mr. Nahwegahbow has been counsel to numerous Aboriginal and Treaty Rights claimants. With his expertise, they have successfully protected their rights, including customary governance rights, harvesting rights, and Aboriginal Title rights.

The Firm has gained expertise in negotiations and has consistently achieved successful outcomes for First Nation rights claimants through negotiations and litigation.

Advocating for
Our Nations. First.

We provide services in the field of Aboriginal Law. In this regard, we act strictly for First Nations, First Nation Organizations and their members.


Our main priority is to continue to operate effectively and safely while ensuring our clients with legal matters will be handled by respective lawyer team members. Our office monitors the situation daily and we will adjust our service delivery practices as deemed necessary and will be updating on Firm communications messaging system and our current operations focus on the safety of all those from our office, their families, our clients and their communities.

Business will continue, at the moment, under rotating partial in-office staff and continued remote work from home. We anticipate our office may operate under this ‘new normal’ until the end of June 2020. All final in office scheduling is dependent on the daily Government information and directives and under full safety precautions and practices.

If you require any lawyer to contact you please use the email mail@nncfirm.ca or leave a message at the office telephone voice mail and someone will return your call as soon as possible again during normal standard office hours of Monday to Friday between the hours of 9 am-5 pm.