2012 Aboriginal land resource management forum

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Report Code: ABP12752. January, 2012. Vancouver, BC.

ARTICLE 1

The Duty to Consult the Métis

Melanie Paradis
Director of Lands, Resources & Consultations
Métis Nation of Ontario

ARTICLE 2

IBA Negotiations: Equitable Legal Certainty for Aboriginal Peoples?

Merle C. Alexander
Partner
Bull, Housser & Tupper LLP

ARTICLE 3

Keynote Luncheon Speech

Regional Chief Jody Wilson-Raybould
BC Assembly of First Nations

ARTICLE 4

The Different Types of Land Interest on Reserves

Gary Campo
Woodward & Company

ARTICLE 5

Our Lands Our Future: A Modern Treaty Perspective of How Ownership
and Jurisdiction Support Sustainable Development

Chief Kim Baird
Tsawwassen First Nation

ARTICLE 6

The Nisga’a Land Title System: How and Why a Independent Torrens
Title System Works for the Nisga’a Nation

Diane E. Cragg
Registrar of Land Titles
Nisga’a Lisims Government

ARTICLE 7

Forest Carbon Market Overview

David Rokoss
Director – Compliance Markets
Era Ecosystem Restoration Associates Inc.

ARTICLE 8

Putting Huu-ay-aht Interests First

Robert Botterell
Legal Counsel
Huu-ay-aht First Nations

ARTICLE 9

The Intersection Between Species at Risk Law and Aboriginal
and Treaty Rights

JoAnn P. Jamieson
Partner
Lawson Lundell LLP

ARTICLE 10

Coast Opportunity Funds: A Model for Funding for First Nation
Stewardship Institutions

Cameron Brown, MBA
Independent Management Consultant
Board Member, Coast Opportunity Funds (COF)

ARTICLE 11

Projects on First Nation Territories: Strategies for Consultation Success

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

Charles F. Willms
Partner
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP

ARTICLE 12

Consultation Issues and Concerns

Robert Freedman
Janes Freedman Kyle Law Corporation

ARTICLE 13

Economic Development and Leasing

Jeff Ross
Chief Executive Officer
Onion Lake Business Development Corporation

ARTICLE 14

Aboriginal Procurement in the Natural Resource Sector:
Challenges & solutions from the perspective of a Ktunaxa business

Leigh Anne Isaac
Manager, Environment
Nupqu Development Corporation

ARTICLE 15

Tmicw Governance System

Chief Judy Wilson
Skatsin/Neskonlith Indian
Neskonlith Band

ARTICLE 16

Engagement and Empowerment: Aboriginal Capacity
for Resource Management

Pamela Perreault
Consultant
Perreault & Associates