8th Annual Aboriginal Energy Forum

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Report Code: ABP14990.  December, 2014  |  Toronto, ON

ARTICLE 1:  First Nation and Métis Involvement in the Energy Sector: Ontario’s Policy Framework

Ken Nakahara
Director, Energy Networks and Partnerships
Ontario Ministry of Energy

ARTICLE 2: Capacity Development for First Nations and Métis Participation in Energy Projects

Tabatha Bull
Manager, First Nations & Métis Relations
Legal, Aboriginal and Regulatory Affairs
Ontario Power Authority

ARTICLE 3: Building the First Nations/Industry Consensus for Energy Infrastructure Development

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

ARTICLE 4: Aboriginal Procurement and Business Promotions

Heather Garlow-Saul
Development Officer
Aboriginal Business Development Program
Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada

ARTICLE 5: Doing Business with the Government of Canada

P. Sivaraj
Regional Director
Office of Small and Medium Enterprises (OSME)
Public Works and Government Services Canada

ARTICLE 6: Understanding the New Reality of Aboriginal Business in Canada Today

J.P. Gladu
President and Chief Executive Officer
Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business

ARTICLE 7: Building the Aboriginal/Industry Consensus for Energy Infrastructure Development –
Ring of Fire and Beyond

Margaret Kenequanash
Director, Wataynikaneyap Power
Executive Director, Shibogama First Nation Council

ARTICLE 8: Building the Aboriginal/Industry Consensus for Energy Infrastructure Development –
Ring of Fire and Beyond

Tri Luu
Project Manager
Sagatay Transmission L.P.

ARTICLE 9: Aboriginal Clean Energy – Community Readiness

Christopher Henderson
President, Lumos Energy
Author of Aboriginal Power

ARTICLE 10: Project Financing Opportunities Available to Aboriginal Communities Key Legal Considerations

Tiffany Murray
Lawyer
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

ARTICLE 11: A Brief History of How Power Came to the People…

Lucie Edwards
Chief Executive Officer
Five Nations Energy Inc.

ARTICLE 12: Community Planning for Participation in the Renewable Energy Projects: Challenges and Options

Norman R. Jaehrling
Chief Executive Officer
Pic Mobert First Nation Anishinabek

ARTICLE 13: Supporting First Nations Planning in the Far North

Paul Norris
President
Ontario Waterpower Association

ARTICLE 14: Remote Communities Connection Plan

Stephanie Aldersley
Planning Analyst
Ontario Power Authority

ARTICLE 15: Tsilhqot’in Nation v BC; Aboriginal Title and Energy Projects

Paul H. Manning
Manning Environmental Law

ARTICLE 16: Getting to Yes:  Building Relationships Through Effective Negotiation and Agreements

Paul Wilson
Partner
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP