Our 2024 event has concluded.

For those who attended, thank you for an incredible event. We look forward to returning in April 2025!

Canadian Institute’s 13th National Symposium on Cumulative Effects Assessment and Environmental Management will provide multi-stakeholder perspectives on the current and future of cumulative effects assessment and environmental management with a focus on navigating Indigenous rights, CEA and Regulatory Process.



Delegates in Attendance


Companies in Attendance


Hours of Networking Opportunities


In-Depth Conference Workshops

Past Conference Co-Chairs

Diana Audino

Managing Legal Counsel, Indigenous Law


Sheldon Wuttunee

President & CEO
Saskatchewan First Nations Natural Resource Centre of Excellence

Speaker Name

Christopher Devlin

DGW Law Corporation

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Adam Levine

Team Leader, Indigenous Relations and Participant Funding
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

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Jeff Rempel, MSc, PMP, EP

Manager, Infrastructure and Environmental Management
Executive Committee Board Member and Program Director

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George Hegmann

VP Environmental Services

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Cliffton Cross

Council Member
Frog Lake First Nations

  • Biggest event of its kind – network with all the key stakeholders in one place
  • Hear from a wide variety of speakers on the latest in navigating indigenous rights, cumulative effects assessment and regulatory process
  • Understand the implications of the government land resource management disputes and decisions
  • New speakers and sessions including; Managing Cumulative Effects and the Challenges of Water Management in Mining Operations
  • Ample opportunities to network and interact with colleagues and industry leaders
Who Attended
  • Alberta Environment and Parks
  • BC Ministry of Environment
  • Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
  • Department of Environment and Climate Change
  • Environment & Climate Change Canada
  • Frog Lake First Nation
  • Indigenous and Community Engagement (ICE)
  • Pembina Pipeline Corp
  • SaskPower
  • Yukon Government
Who You Will Meet
Who Should Attend
Network and build relationships with a broad range of experts, scientists and leaders in:
  • Environmental impact assessments
  • Environmental regulatory compliance
  • Land management
  • Resource development
  • Project approvals and development
  • Sustainability program management
  • Stakeholder relations and community engagement project approvals
  • Project Approvals
  • Air, water, land, and biodiversity research and policy
From industry sectors including:
  • Natural Gas Exploration and Production Companies
  • Natural Gas Pipeline and Processing Companies
  • Exploration and Production Companies
  • Pipeline and Midstream Companies
  • Oil Refineries and Upgraders
  • Oil Sands Operators and Developers
  • Mining
  • Forestry, Pulp and Paper
  • Indigenous Communities
  • Engineering and Environmental Service Firms
  • Government and Regulatory Bodies
  • Law Firms with environmental practices
  • Resource sector industry associations
  • Network and build relationships

Don’t take our word for it! Here is what delegates have said.

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Very efficient and talks were interesting and relevant.

WCS Canada
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Great choice of speakers, and George did an excellent job moderating!

Parks Canada
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