Carving a Path from Indigenous Engagement to Economic Development

Indigenous communities across Atlantic Canada are taking greater strides toward achieving economic growth through partnerships with the natural resources sector. Building on the foundations of Duty to Consult legal practices and protocols, Indigenous community members, government representatives and leaders in the natural resources sector are seeking meaningful ways to do business.

Join us for The Canadian Institute’s 5th 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. Hear the legal obligations and regulations that govern Indigenous consultation and learn real applications for improving engagement strategies.

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Very useful and interesting to have different points of view.

Johnathan Hamel, CIRNAC, Government of Canada
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Very informative & engaging. Quite interactive.

Stephanie Tougas, Natural Resources Canada
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Good mixture of professional fields.

Russ Letica, WNNB – MMFN
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The opportunity to learn from others, make connections and network.

Sophie Pitre-Arseneault, Fisheries and Oceans Canada