7th Western Canada Aboriginal Law Forum

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Report Code: ABP11660. January, 2011. Calgary, AB

ARTICLE I

Fiduciary Duties – Common Law Damages: The Disconnect Between the Law and Federal Policy in Settling Specific Claims

Jeffrey F. Harris
Partner
Myers Weinberg LLP

ARTICLE II

Partnerships Between Business, Government and Aboriginal Businesses or Communities

Merle C. Alexander
Partner, First Nations Practice Group
Bull, Housser & Tupper LLP

ARTICLE III

Rio Tinto Alcan v. Carrier Sekani Tribal Council – The Adequacy of Consultation

Roy Millen
Partner
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

Selina Lee-Anderson
Associate
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

ARTICLE IV

Dealing with Section 35 Rights in Environmental Assessments

Robert Freedman
Partner
Janes Freedman Kyle Law Corporation

ARTICLE V

Aboriginal Rights and Cumulative Effects: Are Woodland Caribou the New Canaries in the Not-So-Proverbial Coal Mine?

Christopher Devlin
Partner
Devlin Gailus

ARTICLE VI

First Nations Gaming in Canada

Bonnie D. Missens
Corporate Solicitor
Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority

ARTICLE VII

Evidence Law and Aboriginal Law: The Stress Points

Michael P. Doherty
General Counsel
Department of Justice

ARTICLE VIII

Structuring Aboriginal Businesses to Minimize Tax

Randy Munro
Associate Partner
Deloitte & Touche LLP

ARTICLE IX

Key Issues and Considerations for First Nations Doing Business with Business Associates

Rob Miller
Partner
Miller Titerle LLP

ARTICLE X

Traditional Land Use Studies

Clifford G. Proudfoot
Partner
Lawson Lundell LLP

ARTICLE XI

Regulatory Tribunals and the Adequacy of Consultation

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

ARTICLE XII

Working Under the FSMA: Songhees Nation Case Study

Kathryn Deo
Lawyer
Cedar Law

Jackie Albany
Director of Operations
Songhees Nation

Christina Clarke
Tax Administrator
Songhees Nation

ARTICLE XIII

Update on Aboriginal Tax Exemptions and Their Application to Employment, Investment and Business Income

Robert Cherniack
Barrister and Solicitor (Vancouver, BC)

ARTICLE XIV

Overlapping or Shared Traditional Territorial Claims

W. Ming Song
Barrister & Solicitor
Songbird Law Corporation