5th Annual Ontario Mining Forum


SKU: MNP15021 Category:


Report Code: MNP15021.   June, 2015  |   Thunder Bay, ON

ARTICLE 1: Social & Industrial Development In Ontario’s Far North

Douglas Morrison
President and Chief Executive Officer
CEMI – Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation

ARTICLE 2: Reporting under the Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act (Canada)

Mark Wheeler
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

ARTICLE 3: Discussing Northern Ontario Infrastructure

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

ARTICLE 4: Federal and Provincial Environmental Assessment Requirements

David Brown
Principal, Mine Water Environmental & Geochemistry Services – Canada
Golder Associates

ARTICLE 5: Ensuring Smart Environmental and Regulatory Safeguards in Order to Uncover the Economic Potential of Northern Ontario

Paul Manning
Certified Specialist in Environmental Law
Manning Environmental Law

ARTICLE 6: Public-Private Partnerships: Unlocking Major Resource Development

Steven Hobbs
Director, Strategic, Planning and Partnerships
The Canadian Council for Public Private Partnerships (CCPPP)

ARTICLE 7: Developing Energy Infrastructure in Northern Ontario

Michael Lyle
Vice President, Planning, Law and Aboriginal Relations

ARTICLE 8: Aligning Infrastructure Projects with the Vision presented by the Growth Plan for Northern Ontario

John van Nostrand
Founding Principal
rePlan/planning Alliance

ARTICLE 9: The Growth Plan for Northern Ontario

Mark Speers
Assistant Deputy Minister
Northern Development Division
Ontario Ministry of Northern Development and Mines

ARTICLE 10: Proposal for the Construction and Operation of the Ring of Fire Railway

Kevin Street
Managing Director
TGR Rail Canada Inc.

ARTICLE 11: Resource Development and Aboriginal Title and Rights: Implications and Considerations

Maxime Faille
Partner, National Leader of Gowlings’ Aboriginal Law Group
and Co-leader of Gowlings’ Aboriginal Tax Service
Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP

ARTICLE 12: The Métis Nation of Ontario and the Duty to Consult

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

ARTICLE 13: “Getting to Yes” – Implications of the Tsilhqot’in Decision

Tracy A. Pratt
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP