Analyzing the Most Significant Legal Developments and Courtroom Decisions Affecting Consultation

October 18, 2022 11:00am

Bryn E. Gray

Bryn E. Gray
McCarthy Tétrault LLP

Bruce McIver
Managing Partner, Counsel for Kopit Lodge
First People's Law

Jeff Callaghan
McInnes Cooper

In this session, our panelists will discuss and assess novel legal challenges and litigation associated with new industry trends and regulatory developments

  • Navigating new legislation and legal trends affecting consultation – what new legislation?
  • Analyzing recent and benchmark court room cases » R V. Desautel (2021) » Chippewas of Saugeen First Nation et al. v. The Attorney General of Canada (2021)
  • Assessing the value of lost Indigenous lands and opportunity and the fiduciary obligation on the Crown, in the case of Southwind v Canada (2021)
  • Calculating economic befits derived from Indigenous rights, with a look at the landmark decision, of Ermineskin Cree Nation v Canada (Environment and Climate Change) (2021)