Ensuring Indigenous Consultation Takes Priority
The Canadian Institute’s 13th Annual Eastern Indigenous Consultation & Engagement Conference brings together consultation experts, from across the country, to discuss business priorities and action plans in the wake of the latest federal election. Hear directly from government officials, Indigenous leaders and industry representatives from the natural resource section, to discuss the most pressing issues effecting consultation.
2020 CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS
- PANEL: Avoiding Miscommunication Mishaps from Protocol to the Culture
- ACTIONS ITEMS for Implementing the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous peoples (UNDRIP)
- CONSULTATION Amid Ratification and Indigenous Self-Governance
- ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW About Overlapping Claims and Land Sharing Agreements to Reduce Consultation Fatigue
- HOT TOPIC: Critical Minerals for Clean Technology
- RISE & SHINE: Everything You Were Afraid to Ask About Consultation
EARN CPD CREDITS
This program can be applied towards 3 hours of annual Continuing Professional Development (CPD) required by the Law Society of Upper Canada. Members will also receive 3 additional CPD credit hours for the attendance at each workshop.
Members of the Law Society of Saskatchewan seeking accreditation for an out of province activity are requested to submit the CPD Activity Application Form and agenda directly to the LSS for approval.
The same number of hours may be applied toward your continuing legal education requirements in British Columbia.
The Barreau du Quebec automatically recognizes the same number of hours for this training activity, the latter having been accredited by another Law Society subject to MCLE.
Attendance at this program by members of the Law Society of Alberta may be submitted to the Law Society for Continuing Professional Development credits.Learn more