6th Annual Western Canada Aboriginal Law Forum

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Report Code: ABP10494. May, 2010. Vancouver, BC

ARTICLE I

Social Licence and Canadian Aboriginal Law

Dr. D. Anthony Knox
Knox & Co.

ARTICLE II

Gender Discrimination and Indian Status: Two Wrongs Don’t Make a Right A Review of the McIvor decision and Bill C-3

Christopher Devlin
Devlin Gailus
Barristers and Solicitors

ARTICLE III

Case Comment: David Beckman, in his capacity as Director,Agriculture Branch, Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, et al. v. Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation, et al.

R. Lee Francoeur
Partner
Maurice Law Barristers & Solicitors

ARTICLE IV

Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation: The Duty to Consult and Modern Treaties

R. Lee Francoeur
Partner
Maurice Law Barristers & Solicitors

ARTICLE V

B.C. Energy Projects in the Shadow of the Carrier Sekani Case

Roy Millen
Partner
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

Jeff Langlois
Associate
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

ARTICLE VI

Judicial Review Cases

W. Ming Song
Barrister and Solicitor
Songbird Law Corporation

ARTICLE VII

Administrative Tribunals and Judicial Reviews

W. Ming Song
Barrister and Solicitor
Songbird Law Corporation

ARTICLE VIII

Building Own Source Revenue Through Property Taxation

Kathryn Deo
Barrister and Solicitor
Cedar Law

ARTICLE IX

Alternative First Nations Environmental Review Processes

Josh Paterson
Staff Lawyer
West Coast Environmental Law

ARTICLE X

Canada’s New Specific Claims Policy: Fundamental Change or More of the Same?

Jeffrey F. Harris
Partner
Myers Weinberg LLP, Winnipeg

ARTICLE XI

Aboriginal Consultation and Accommodation in a Multi-Project Setting: The Horn River Basin Case Study

Myron N. Barr
Peter Grant & Associates
Barristers and Solicitors
Counsel for the Fort Nelson First Nation

ARTICLE XII

Aboriginal Consultation and Accommodation in a Multi-Project Setting: The Horn River Basin Case Study

Waldemar (Wally) Braul
Partner
Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP

ARTICLE XIII

A Duty to Conserve: Articulating the Crown’s Obligation to Protect Species of Significance to Aboriginal Peoples

Tim Thielmann
Devlin Gailus
Barristers and Solicitors

ARTICLE XIV

Current Issues Respecting Métis Aboriginal Rights

Catherine E. Bell
Professor, Faculty of Law
University of Alberta

ARTICLE XV

Climate Change and First Nations Carbon Credit Projects

Rob Miller
Founding Partner
Miller Titerle LLP

ARTICLE XVI

Due Diligence Considerations Issues to Consider If Your Community is Asked to Work With a Carbon Project Developer

Rob Miller
Founding Partner
Miller Titerle LLP

ARTICLE XVII

Offset Development – under evolving standards

Robb Miller
The Climate Law Group

ARTICLE XVIII

North Coast, Central Coast and Haida Gwaii

Wendy McKittrick
Legal Counsel
Ministry of Attorney General, BC

ARTICLE XIX

Added Benefits Beyond Carbon for First Nation Forestry Carbon Projects

Dr. Robert Falls, R.P.Bio
Chief Executive Officer
ERA Ecosystem Restoration Associates, Inc.

ARTICLE XX

International Human Rights in Protection of Indigenous Peoples Rights

Robert B. Morales
Chief Negotiator
Hul’qumi’num Treaty Group

ARTICLE XXI

The Appeal of the Limited Partnership “Flow Through Vehicle” in First Nation Venture Structuring

Malcolm P. MacPherson
Barrister and Solicitor
Aboriginal Business Law

ARTICLE XXII

Characterizing Aboriginal and Treaty Rights to Fish from Sparrow to Ahousaht

Dr. Douglas Harris
Associate Dean Graduate Studies and Research
Faculty of Law, University of British Columbia

ARTICLE XXIII

Indian Title, The Victorian Treaties & Treaty Federalism

Andrew Bear Robe, Ph.D.
Executive Manager to Siksika Nation Chief and Council
Siksika Nation, Alberta

ARTICLE XXIV

Indian Title, the Victorian Treaties (Treaties 1-11; 1871 – 1921), and Treaty Federalism

Andrew Bear Robe, Ph.D.
Executive Manager to Siksika Nation Chief and Council
Siksika Nation, Alberta