4th Annual Ontario Mining Forum


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Report Code: MNP14965.  June, 2014  |  Thunder Bay, ON

ARTICLE 1: Building Consensus for Mining Development in the Ring of Fire

David Paul Achneepineskum
Chief Executive Officer
Matawa First Nations

ARTICLE 2:  Achieving Consensus Through:  Potential Regional Planning

Deputy Grand Chief Les Louttit
Nishnawbe Aski Nation

ARTICLE 3: Derivatives and Mining

Gordon F. Peery, Esq.
Global Derivatives Advisor
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

ARTICLE 4: Public-Private Partnerships The Canadian Experience

Mark Romoff
President and Chief Executive Officer
Canadian Council for Public Private Partnerships (CCPPP)

ARTICLE 5: P3 Infrastructure Development in the Ring of Fire

Michael F. Ledgett
Partner and National Co-Chair
Dentons Canada’s P3/Infrastructure Group

ARTICLE 6: A General Overview of P3’s in First Nations

Dale Booth
Tiree Innovation

ARTICLE 7: Federal and Provincial Environmental Assessment for Ontario Mining Projects –
Making the Process Work

Sheila Daniel
Head Environmental Management
Senior Associate Geoscientist AMEC

ARTICLE 8: Federal and Provincial Environmental Assessment – Making the Process Work

Paul Manning
Certified Specialist in Environmental Law
Manning Environment Law

ARTICLE 9: Advancing Toward Production in Ontario

Norm Bush
Vice President, Goliath Gold Project
Treasury Metals Inc.

ARTICLE 10: Walking the Path Together

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

ARTICLE 11: Walking the Path Together

Robin Luke Webster
Vice President, Corporate Affairs and Community Relations
Goldeye Explorations Limited

ARTICLE 12: Engaging Aboriginal Communities: The Duty to Consult & Engage

Aly N. Alibhai
Director of Lands, Resources and Consultations
Metis Nation of Ontario

ARTICLE 13: Aboriginal Law and Mining – The Duty to Consult

J. David Henry
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

ARTICLE 14: Relationship Building

Pamela Marsden
Aboriginal Liaison Officer
Hudbay Minerals (Manitoba)