The Canadian Institutes Negotiating with First Nations and Aboriginal Communities

Venue: Calgary Telus Convention Centre

Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Event Date/Time: Apr 19, 2011
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Knowing how to approach your potential negotiating partner is essential to
building strong and collaborative partnerships and joint ventures. Be sure you have the effective strategies you need to build trust and consensus with your prospective business partners. Otherwise, you may risk negotiation breakdowns that can result in overwhelming costs and project delays.
At The Canadian Institute’s Western conference on Negotiating with First Nations and Aboriginal Communities get the “nuts and bolts” details, legal
updates, innovative solutions and real life examples for building and maintaining sustainable relationships. Benefit from sessions specifi cally designed to help you:
• Understand how upcoming changes in the government’s approach to consultation will impact you and your projects
• Develop joint ventures, partnership agreements and IBAs to protect your interests
• Maintain your edge in negotiations by staying in the know on all the latest legal developments
• Take away practical tools from successful practitioners to improve your bargaining position
• Grow your network and share negotiating ideas with First Nations and Aboriginal community members, industry and government
To ensure you can fully engage in the program ahead, take advantage of our pre-program workshop, Understanding the Legal Framework for Negotiating with First Nations and Aboriginal Communities in the Prairies.
Don’t miss this opportunity to network with your peers and hear wideranging perspectives. Register today by calling The Canadian Institute at 1-877-927-7936, by faxing your registration to 1-877-927-1563 or by registering online at