ENTERING THE NEXT ERA OF ENGAGEMENT
Building relationships with communities, government and industries
In the midst of a federal election, there is a need for a common forward strategy, to ensure consultation policy is effective for Indigenous community members, government representatives and leaders in the natural resources sector. While government departments strive to etch universal policies, there is a communal drive to collaborate and learn practical applications for consulting in a meaningful way.
Join us for The Canadian Institute’s 4th Annual Indigenous Consultation Atlantic Conference, to take a hard look at emerging government policies and to openly discuss best practices for consultation, in a non-partisan and neutral environment.
Olthuis, Kleer, Townshend LLP
Lawyer & Professor, Indigenous Law
Cape Breton University
Learn from a Distinguished Faculty of Speakers including:
Regional Chief, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island
Assembly of First Nations
Chief/Legal & Governance Advisor
Madawaska Maliseet First Nation
Chippewas of the Thames First Nation
Delve into these enduring topics:
- Duty to Consult and Consultation
- Treaties, Title, Rights and Legislation
- Resource Revenue Sharing Agreements
- Consultation and Relationship Building
- Incorporating Indigenous Knowledge
With Participation From:
American Conference Institute
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The Prince George Hotel
1725 Market Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3J 3N9
The Canadian Institute is pleased to offer our delegates a limited number of hotel rooms at a negotiated rate of $175/night (+tax). To take advantage of these rates, please contact the hotel directly and enter promo code: Canadian Institute.
Please note that the guest room block cut-off date is October 14, 2019. After that date OR when the room block fills, guestroom availability and rate can no longer be guaranteed.