Returning to Edmonton this February 2023, the 15th Annual Conference on Western Indigenous Consultation & Engagement provides a non-partisan platform for making meaningful connections and getting conversations started.
Gain valuable insights from Indigenous leaders, industry experts and government officials, and reignite your consultation relationships. Making this part of your consultation strategy by learning government process from government representatives; hear from industry experts how major projects are affecting the natural resources sector, and much more.
THIS YEAR’S HIGHLIGHTS:
- CASE STUDY: How A Vancouver Task Force is Implementing the UN Declaration Strategy at the Municipal Level
- Top 5 Most Significant Legal Developments and Courtroom Decisions Affecting Consultation
- Best Practices for Improving Indigenous Consultation at Provincial and Municipal Levels
- Indigenous Leaders Panel: Overcoming the Top Challenges in Consultation
- Incorporating Indigenous Traditional Knowledge (ITK) into Modern Day Consultation and Engagement
Add more value to your conference experience by signing up for these hands-on and practical workshops and consider sending your team!
Duty to Consult in Practice: A Complete Guide to Documents, Day-to-Day Operations and Consultation Triggers for the Consultation Manager
February 21, 2023
8:30 am – 12:00 pm
February 21, 2023
1:00 – 4:30 pm
Workshops are offered In-Person only
About this Conference
A solid foundation for consultation, engagement and accommodation is only possible when all parties are at the table and have an equal voice.
This annual conference takes a critical look at the legal and business practices taking place in the natural resources sector – from government practices and policy to accommodation and economic development trends.
This event provides a non-partisan platform for making meaningful connections and getting conversations started. Make this event part of your consultation strategy by learning government process from government representatives; hear from industry experts how major projects are affecting the natural resource sector and engage with Indigenous leaders and reignite relationships.
A MUST-ATTEND EVENT FOR
Chiefs and Councilors, Senior Executives, Directors and Managers of: Indigenous Relations, Internal and External Affairs, Stakeholder Relations, Community Relations, Project Development, Environmental Planning, Government and Corporate Affairs, Policy Analysts, In-House Counsel and Partners
- Indigenous Communities
- Provincial and Federal Government
- Oil and Gas
- Mining and Exploration
- Power Generation and Transmission
- Agriculture and Forestry
- Engineering and Environmental Services
- Law Firms
Content, speakers, attendees were diverse and interesting.
Very enjoyable conference with good speakers and activities.
Wide array of Indigenous presenters.
Very interesting and informative speakers, and people who attended were very approachable.
Excellent networking opportunities, good overall view on government policies.