11th Annual Aboriginal Law Forum

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Report Code: ABP12828. October, 2012. Toronto

ARTICLE 1

Cumulative Effects

Kenning Marchant
The Marchant Practice

ARTICLE 2

How Soon Is Now? Treaty Peoples and the Claim for Crown Protection and Territorial Privileges

Sara Mainville
Barrister and Solicitor
A member of Couchiching First Nation

ARTICLE 3

Update on the Duty to Consult in Ontario

Neal Smitheman
Partner
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP

Tracy Pratt
Partner
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP

ARTICLE 4

Accommodating Aboriginal Beliefs and Values in the Judicial Process: A Way of Seeing

The Honourable Douglas R. Campbell
Federal Court, Canada

ARTICLE 5

A Cross Canada look at the Delegation of the “procedural aspects” of Consultation

Sandra Gogal
Partner
Miller Thomson LLP

ARTICLE 6

Specific Claims; It’s Just Not That Much Fun Any More

Kim Alexander Fullerton
Barrister and Solicitor

ARTICLE 7

Operations of the Specific Claims Tribunal: Its Rules of Practice and Procedure

Kathleen Lickers
Barrister and Solicitor
Legal Counsel, Six Nations of the Grand River

ARTICLE 8

From Dependency to Self-sufficiency

Patricia Stirbys
Stirbys & Co.

ARTICLE 9

The Court of Law vs. the Court of Public Opinion

Melanie Paradis
Manager, Natural Resources and Aboriginal Affairs
NATIONAL Public Relations

ARTICLE 10

Municipalities and the Duty to Consult

Sean Love
Senior Counsel, Environmental Law
The Regional Municipality of York

ARTICLE 11

Municipalities and the Duty to Consult

Annie M. Thuan
Rueter Scargall Bennett LLP

ARTICLE 12

Implementing Modern Treaties – The Work of the Land Claims Agreements Coalition

Dr. Terry Fenge
Principal
Terry Fenge Consulting

ARTICLE 13

Canada Metis and the Duty to Consult: Why the Common Law Requires It and What To Do About It

Christopher Devlin
Partner
Devlin Gailus

ARTICLE 14

Overlapping Claims and Inter-Treaty Harvesting

Cynthia Westaway
Counsel, Regional Leader Aboriginal Law and Team North
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

ARTICLE 15

S-8 What’s in the Bill – and what’s not

Dr. Harry Swain
Centre for Global Studies, University of Victoria
Former Deputy Minister of Indian Affairs

ARTICLE 16

Challenges in the MCFN Land Claims Process

Chief Kim Rainville
Missanabie Cree First Nation

ARTICLE 17

The Law of Advance Costs

David House
Counsel
Maurice Law

ARTICLE 18

Evidentiary and Procedural Issues Affecting First Nations Litigants

Katherine Hensel
Hensel Barristers
Adjunct Professor, University of Toronto Faculty of Law

ARTICLE 19

Aboriginal Justice Initiatives

Jonathan Rudin
Program Director
Aboriginal Legal Services of Toronto Inc.