Obtaining and Securing Project Approvals North of 60: Understanding Land & Water Regulations in Cana
|Event Date/Time: Apr 02, 2009||End Date/Time: Apr 03, 2009|
The North of 60Â° regulatory regime is notorious for being complex and convoluted. There are critical issues of jurisdiction and devolution of power between federal, territorial, local and aboriginal bodies, which is further complicated by cross-jurisdictional issues. And thatâ€™s just the beginning.
The Canadian Instituteâ€™s Obtaining and Securing Project Approvals North of 60Â° conference presents a multi-faceted approach drawing on the experience of executive-level proponents, senior-level federal, territorial and local governments, aboriginal chiefs, and key decision-makers from key governing boards who are integral to the project approval process.
This conference has been designed to help you fully explore and examine critical issues that are unique to the North such as land-use planning, land ownership, the McCrank Report, Aboriginal consultation, environmental assessments, water licensing and compensation, and security for reclamation. Leave this event with a practical and in depth understanding of the commonalities between, and distinctiveness of, the Yukon, NWT and Nunavut and their resident aboriginal communities.
Plus, add incomparable value to your experience by registering for the workshop on Mastering Impact Benefit Agreements: Best Practices in Structuring Aboriginal Partnerships with Proponents and Governments.