National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

The Canadian Institute would like to mark the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, this September 30, 2022, to recognize the First Nations, Inuit and Métis survivors of residential schools. Acknowledging the history and the legacy that the residential school system has had on survivors, their families and their communities in an important step toward reconciliation.

The Canadian Institute would like to acknowledge the ongoing contributions by First Nations, Inuit and Métis people in shaping Canada as a diverse nation. We honour the history, culture, heritage and diversity of Indigenous peoples in Canada and recognize the strength of present-day Indigenous communities. We strive to work collaboratively with our Indigenous partners who are instrumental in building our Indigenous events, and we continue to work together toward reconciliation.


Join leaders from Federal and Territorial governments, Northern communities and industry for candid discussions and valuable information on developments in oil, gas, renewable, and low-carbon products as well as critical minerals and other resources.

FEATURED SPEAKERS
Speaker Name

Allan Chatenay

President
Explor

FEATURED SPEAKERS
Speaker Name

Ernie Daniels

President & CEO
First Nations Finance Authority

Speaker Name

Paul Gruner

CEO
Tahltan Nation Development Corporation

Speaker Name

Katie Kachur

Vice President, Government Relations West
Canadian Propane Association

Speaker Name

Ben Seligman

Project Specialist
Arctic/Frontier Oil & Gas

Speaker Name

Rasel Hossain

Director, Contaminants and Remediation Division, Northwest Territories Region
Crown Indigenous Relations & Northern Affairs Canada

THIS YEAR’S HIGHLIGHTS

Interactive Roundtable Discussions

  • How to Create Win-Win Indigenous Partnerships for Responsible Project Development

In-Depth Sessions and Panels

  • Growth Opportunities for Critical Minerals and Next Steps for Economic and Partnering Opportunities
  • Progress on Infrastructure Developments to Support Industry in the Northwest Territories, Yukon and Nunavut
  • International Focus – The Future of Sustainable Energy Development with Canada’s Circumpolar Partners
  • Alternative Energy Solutions for Diesel Reduction in Remote Communities
  • Climate Change Mitigation and the Future of Arctic Project Development
ABOUT THIS CONFERENCE

The 22nd Annual Arctic Energy & Resource Symposium is your opportunity to ask questions and learn more about the future of sustainable resource development in the North and Canada’s role in global energy markets.  Ensure you have the latest information about infrastructure advancements, regulatory issues and what is required to move forward with new projects.

Meet the decision makers and key Northern stakeholders for information sharing on regulatory issues, new projects and business opportunities.

We look forward to welcoming you in March 2023!

WHO ATTENDS
This is a must-see event for government and industry professionals involved in Northern resource development. The spectrum of job responsibilities includes:
  • Regulatory and Government Affairs
  • Policy Advisor
  • Environment & Natural Resources
  • Indigenous and Community Affairs
  • Economic Development
  • Land Management & Environmental Approvals
  • Logistics, Infrastructure, Transportation
  • Exploration Manager
  • Oil & Gas Planning
  • Petroleum Advisors
  • Resource Development
  • Geoscientist
  • New Ventures
  • Project Managers
  • Legal Affairs
  • Finance and Procurement
  • Business Development
Past Attending Companies
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