Aboriginal Land Resource Management Forum


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Report Code: ABP14947. April 2014. Toronto, Ontario

Article 1. Corporate Social Responsibility: Aboriginal and State Relations

Gary Merasty
Des Nedhe Development 

Article 2. Financing Resource Development in Aboriginal Communities – What Do Investors Look For?

William M. Laurin
Vice-President & General Counsel
Native American Resource Partners

Article 3. A Hard Look at Consultation and Accommodation – Alberta and BC Report 

Hannah Roskey
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP 

Article 4. Mining & First Nations: Recent Developments in Saskatchewan 

Chad Eggerman
Miller Thomson LLP

Article 5. Building First Nation Capacity through Partnerships

Marc-Alexandre Hudon
McCarthy Tétrault LLP

Article 6. Beneath the Surface: Uncovering the Economic Potential of Ontario’s Ring of Fire 

Josh Hjartarson
VP Policy and Government Relations
Ontario Chamber of Commerce 

Article 7. Railways: Supply Chain Enabler 

Mélanie Allaire
Counsel, Environmental and Aboriginal Affairs
Canadian National Railways

Article 8. Benefits and Government Resource Revenue Sharing 

Michael Fox
Fox High Impact Consulting

Article 9. Benefits and Revenue Sharing – Models, Strategies, Case Studies 

R. Lee Francoeur
Eagle Law Group

Article 10. OPG First Nation and Métis Relations Slides 

Joe Heil
Director, First Nations & Métis Relations
Ontario Power Generation Inc.

Article 11. EAs and Approvals & the Impact of Recent Legislative Changes

Julie Abouchar
Willms & Shier Environmental Lawyers LLP

Article 12. Environmental Assessments and Approvals: Impact of Recent Legislative Changes

Jonathan W. Kahn
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

Article 13. Mining Opportunities and Challenges – What First Nations Need to Know About the Industry for Successful Mining Co-Ventures

Henry Wetelainen
President and CEO
Bending Lake Iron Group Limited

Article 14. Aligning Forestry Development with First Nation Values and Aspirations

Chris McDonell, R.P.F.
Manager Aboriginal and Environmental Relations

Article 15. Achieving Better Value, Timeliness and Accountability through Public-Private Partnerships 

Errol Lobo
Principal, Business Development
PPP Canada 

Article 16. Funding First Nations Resource Development and P3 Projects 

Cynthia Westaway
Ottawa Regional Leader
Aboriginal Law, Team North and Saskatchewan Focus Group
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP 

Article 17. Aboriginal Case Law 

Sandra Gogal
Miller Thomson LLP