Workshop A — A Practical and Complete Guide on Duty to Consult for the Consultation Manager

Feb 22, 2022 8:30am – 12:00pm

Roy Auger
Consultation Officer
Buffalo Lake Métis Settlement Consultation

Meaghan Conroy
Partner
MLT Aikins

In this hands-on workshop, you will benefit from real life examples, pitfalls to avoid and the latest best practices. Don’t miss this detailed, in-depth look at expectations, documents and day-to-day operations pertaining to the Duty to Consult. This workshop is only being offered in-person.

PART 1. Examining the meaning and intent of the Duty to Consult

  • Deciphering what triggers the Duty to Consult, the types of projects, and grey areas
  • Understanding the legal requirements
  • Examining the role of the Crown, the regulator, and other groups Calculating whether the duty has been sufficiently met

PART 2. Interactive Examination of consultation documents

  • Knowing what at to read, and what to look for, and what to do next Environmental Assessments
  • Handling technical documents
  • Filing permits

PART 3. Interactive discussion on day-to-day operations

  • How to find efficiencies Discussing costs incurred from fulfilling the consultation process, who usually pays
  • Tracking referrals and timelines

8:00am Registration Opens