11th Annual Aboriginal Oil And Gas Forum

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Report Code: ABP12850. November, 2012. Edmonton

ARTICLE 1

Aboriginal Duty to Consult Challenges Faced by Industry

Peter L. Miller
Senior Counsel
Imperial Oil Limited

ARTICLE 2

Why the Crown and Industry Have to Deal with Treaty First Nations

Robert Freedman
Partner
Janes Freedman Kyle Law Corporation

ARTICLE 3

Helping Yukon First Nations Prepare for the Alaska Highway Gas Pipeline

Pearl Callaghan
Operations Leader
Alaska Highway Aboriginal Pipeline Coalition

Grand Chief Ruth Massie
Council of Yukon First Nations

ARTICLE 4

Intergovernmental & International Law – How it should be connected from
a Treaty Perspective

Chief Cameron Alexis
Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation

ARTICLE 5

PTI Aboriginal Engagement

Stephen Crocker
Director, Aboriginal Relations
PTI Group Inc.

ARTICLE 6

The Impact of the Oil Sands on Aboriginal Businesses and Communities

Boyd Madsen
President
Northeastern Alberta Aboriginal Business Association (NAABA)

ARTICLE 7

Consultation and Accommodation in Alberta: A First Nations Perspective

Amyn F. Lalji
Partner
Miller Thomson LLP

ARTICLE 8

Consultation in the Shale Gas Era

Rosanne Kyle
Partner
Janes Freedman Kyle Law Corporation

ARTICLE 9

Prerequisites to Contracting with Oil and Gas Companies

Suzanne Ebelher
Senior Manager
Meyers Norris Penny LLP

ARTICLE 10

Little Salmon and the Duty to Accommodate – An End Run Around Sparrow?

Nathan Whitling
Consultant
Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP

ARTICLE 11

Addressing the Aboriginal and Stakeholder Concerns on the
Environmental Implications of Accessing the Coast of British Columbia

Douglas Ford
Principal and Senior Consultant
Communica Public Affairs Inc.