Aboriginal Consultation for Industry North of 60°

Venue: Yellowknife

Location: Yellowknife, Canada

Event Date/Time: Oct 27, 2009 End Date/Time: Oct 28, 2009
Early Registration Date: Sep 29, 2009
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Description

Costly project delays and community opposition can be avoided by engaging in ongoing and meaningful consultation with Aboriginal communities. Knowing the best way to go about this can be a challenge. This is a continually evolving field incorporating case law decisions and best practices and guidelines from Aboriginal communities, government and industry.

Consulting with communities in the North differs from other consultation practices elsewhere in Canada, and understanding these processes can be challenging. The Canadian Institute’s Aboriginal Consultation for Industry North of 60˚ has been tailored to specifically address some of these unique issues.

Benefit from timely topics like:

Recent key court decisions and their impact on the legal duty to consult
Exploring the regulatory framework north of 60Ëš
The latest from INAC on the consultation and accommodation action plan
Avoiding consultation fatigue
The interplay between governing boards in the north and the Crown’s duty to consult
Navigating land claims, self government and interim measure agreements
Best practices for community engagement and consultation
Attend this conference and spend two days learning from a faculty of thought leaders and experienced veterans, gather crucial updates, experience hands-on practical negotiating skills and network. Register today by calling 1-877-927-7936 or online at CanadianInstitute.com/N60.

As requested we are offering a pre-conference Interactive Learning Session specifically developed to help you address current challenges: A Hands-On Approach to Developing an Effective Consultation Plan.

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