3rd Annual Aboriginal Energy Forum

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Report Code: ABP09450. December, 2009. Toronto, ON

ARTICLE I

Ontario’s Feed-In Tariff: Empowering Aboriginal Communities

Michael Lyle
General Counsel and Vice President / Legal, Aboriginal & Regulatory Affairs

ARTICLE II

Opportunities for Empowering Aboriginal Communities

Cherie Brant
Associate
Willms & Shier Environmental Lawyers LLP

ARTICLE III

Streamlining Approvals for Renewable Energy Projects

Paul Evans
Assistant Deputy Minister / Environmental Programs Division
Ministry of the Environment

ARTICLE IV

Renewable Energy Development and the Ministry of Natural Resources

James Nowlan
Senior Policy Advisor, Renewable Energy Programs
Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources

ARTICLE V

Carbon Cap and Trade and Carbon Financing for Aboriginal Energy Projects

Paul H. Manning
Partner
Willms & Shier Environmental Lawyers LLP

ARTICLE VI

Aboriginal Loan Guarantee Program

Michael Reid
Director Strategic Project Finance Branch
Ontario Financing Authority (OFA)

ARTICLE VII

Financing Aboriginal Renewable Energy Projects

Jacques L. Huot
Vice President
Corpfinance International Limited

ARTICLE VIII

Capacity Building for Aboriginal Energy Projects

Paul Norris
President
Ontario Waterpower Association

ARTICLE IX

Aboriginal Energy Capacity Building

Jim Fonger
Ontario Sustainable Energy Association

ARTICLE X

Effects on First Nations of the Far North due to Remoteness and Diesel Dependency

Mitchell Diabo
Ursa Major S.P.

ARTICLE XI

Dreams can come true

Chris McKay
W.C. McKay Consulting Services

ARTICLE XII

Enabling Aboriginal Energy Projects

Robert Yap
Director, Aboriginal Relations
Ontario Power Generation Inc. (OPG)

Joe Gaboury
Chief Executive Offiver
Five Nations Energy Inc.

ARTICLE XIII

Transmission Line Concept for Northern Ontario Off-Grid Communities

Stephen Lindley
Vice President, Aboriginal and Northern Affairs
SNC-Lavalin Inc

ARTICLE XIV

Hydro One’s Transmission Expansion Plans

Lee Anne Cameron
Director; First Nations & Metis Relations
Hydro One Networks Inc.