10th Annual Aboriginal Law

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Report Code: ABP11727. October, 2011. Toronto, ON

ARTICLE 1

Duty to Consult Case Law As it Continues to Evolve

Michelle Jones
Associate
Lawson Lundell LLP

ARTICLE 2

The Duty to Consult – The Role of Administrative Tribunals

David Bursey
Partner
Bull, Housser & Tupper LLP

ARTICLE 3

The Duty to Consult the Métis

Melanie Paradis, H.B.A., MSc.
Director of Lands, Resources and Consultations
Métis Nation of Ontario

ARTICLE 4

Generic Land Rental Model – Canada’s Proxy for a Rental Model

Dr. Carl Beal
Professor Emeritus
University of Regina

ARTICLE 5

Application of Human Rights to First Nations: The Repeal of Section 67
of The Canadian Human Rights Act

Naiomi W. Metallic
Associate Lawyer
Burchell Hayman Parish

ARTICLE 6

IBA Negotiations: EquiARTICLEle Legal Certainty for Aboriginal Peoples?

Merle C. Alexander
Partner, First Nations
Bull, Housser & Tupper LLP

ARTICLE 7

Implementing Negotiated Agreements: Ensuring Benefits are Realized
for Communities, Citizens and Businesses

Tamara R. Olding
Associate, First Nation
Bull, Housser & Tupper LLP

ARTICLE 8

Bill S-11 – An Attempt to Introduce a First Nations Drinking Water Bill

Theresa McClenaghan
Executive Director and Counsel
Canadian Environmental Law Association

ARTICLE 9

Considering Reconciliation in Characterizing and Proving Commercial
Harvesting Rights Claims

Malliha Wilson
Assistant Deputy Attorney General, Legal Services
Ontario Ministry of Attorney General

ARTICLE 10

The Indian Residential Schools Class Action Settlement – Five Years Later

Alan A. Farrer
Managing Partner, Thomson, Rogers
Alan A. Farrer Law Professional Corporation

ARTICLE 11

First Nation Commercial Code and Tribunal

Michael J. Bryant
Senior Advisor
Norton Rose LLP

Richard J. King
Counsel for Five Nations Energy Inc.
Partner, Environmental and Energy Law
Norton Rose LLP

ARTICLE 12

First Nation Tax Immunity: New Life?

Max Faille
Partner, Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP
National Leader, Aboriginal Law

ARTICLE 13

Examining Aboriginal Elders

Michael P. Doherty
General Counsel
Justice Canada

Susan Dawson
Counsel
Litigation and Dispute Resolution Services
Justice Canada

ARTICLE 14

Litigating the Duty to Consult

A.W. (Sandy) Carpenter
Partner
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP

Brian McIntomny
Partner
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP

Tracy Pratt
Partner
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP

ARTICLE 15

Progressive Aboriginal Relations

Angela Bishop
Director Program Development
Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business

ARTICLE 16

The Bigstone “Hybrid” Claim

Robert J. Potts
Partner
Blaney McMurtry LLP