Duty to Consult practices in Atlantic Canada are evolving. Provincial and federal policies are rapidly undergoing reviews to better reflect modern social standards and community needs. How will policy changes affect your community, your industry or your government relations? While some natural-resource sector companies have exemplary consultation and engagement practices, others are criticized for taking shortcuts. How does your company measure up, and where can improvements be made? Get a seat at the table and be part of the discussion.
Building on its success at the Membertou Trade and Convention Centre in 2016, The Canadian Institute’s 2nd Annual Indigenous Consultation Atlantic will address contentious consultation issues seizing the east coast, while providing insight and solutions to improve engagement.
I look forward to welcoming you to Moncton.
Senior Conference Producer
Who You Will Meet
Chiefs and Councilors, Senior Executives, Directors and Managers of Aboriginal Relations, Internal and External Affairs, Stakeholder Relations, Community Relations, Government Relations Project Development, Environmental Planning, Corporate Affairs, Policy Analysts, In-House Counsel and Partners from:
- Aboriginal Communities
- Provincial and Federal Government
- Oil and Gas
- Mining and Exploration
- Power Generation and Transmission
- Agriculture and Forestry
- Engineering and Environmental Services
- Law Firms
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