National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
The Canadian Institute would like to mark the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, this Sept. 30, 2021 to recognize the First Nations, Inuit and Métis survivors of residential schools. Acknowledging the history and the legacy that the residential school system has had on survivors, their families and their communities in an important step toward reconciliation.
The Canadian Institute would like to acknowledge the ongoing contributions by First Nations, Inuit and Métis people in shaping Canada as a diverse nation. We honour the history, culture, heritage and diversity of Indigenous peoples in Canada and recognize the strength of present-day Indigenous communities. We strive to work collaboratively with our Indigenous partners who are instrumental in building our Indigenous events, and we continue to work together toward reconciliation.
Entering the Modern-Era of Indigenous Consultation: From Modern Treaties to Modern Tech
Indigenous consultation is facing its greatest challenge of the modern era on three fronts. The Canadian Institute’s 5th Annual Indigenous Consultation Atlantic Conference will take a hard look at emerging government policies and openly discuss best practices for consultation, in a non-partisan and neutral environment.
Olthuis, Kleer, Townshed
Lawyer & Indigenous Law Professor
Cape Breton University
Pabineau First Nation
General Counsel, Aboriginal Affairs Portfolio
Department of Justice Canada
Fisheries Joint Management Committee
Join us for 3 successive mornings on November 22, 23 & 24 for in-depth discussion on Canada’s ever-changing and ever-evolving Consultation Law landscape.
Indigenous Rights and
Gain perspectives and positive ways forward on the contentious topic of moderate livelihood and Indigenous rights.
Consultation from Legal Requirements to Best Practices
Explore best practices in consultation with a look at implementing the UN Declaration, land claims, and consulting during a pandemic.
Focus on Economic
Development and Partnerships
Hear about practical business practices, mutually beneficial relationships and success stories to find real-world takeaways for your next project.
Hear the legal obligations and regulations that govern Indigenous consultation and learn real applications for improving engagement strategies. This event brings together Indigenous leaders, government representatives and natural resource companies to discuss some of the most contentious consultation issues seizing the east coast in a neutral non-partisan setting. Make this your opportunity to tackle long-standing concerns, create new connections and strengthen your existing relationships.
I look forward to seeing you in November 2021!
Portfolio Lead, Indigenous Affairs Series,
WE WANT TO GIVE BACK!
We’re offering five scholarships to attend the event.
In continued collaborations with our partners and delegates, we are offering five scholarships to attend the event. Do you know an Indigenous person who would benefit from attending this event?
Scholarships are available to:
- Law students
- Business students
- Students of Environmental studies
This 3-day conference program can be applied towards 4.5 of the 9 substantive hours of annual Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as required by the Law Society of Ontario. As well Workshop B and Workshop C can both be applied toward 3 hours substantive hours.LEARN MORE
Very useful and interesting to have different points of view.
Very informative & engaging. Quite interactive.
Good mixture of professional fields.
The opportunity to learn from others, make connections and network.