Aboriginal Land & Water 2010 Halifax

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Report Code: ABP10628. October, 2010. Halifax, NS

ARTICLE I

Indigenous Peoples – Water Justice

Merrell-Ann Phare
Executive Director and Legal Counsel
Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources, Inc. (CIER)

ARTICLE II

Implications of Federal Regulation of Drinking Water in First Nation Communities

Allison A. Thornton
Partner
Koch Thornton LLP

ARTICLE III

Nova Scotia’s Drinking Water Program

Judy MacDonald
Supervisor, Drinking Water Management
Nova Scotia Environment

ARTICLE IV

Our Rights. Our Future.

Laurie Suitor
Water and Wastewater Coordinator
Kwilmu’kw Maw-klusuaqn Negotiation Office

ARTICLE V

Getting to Win-Win-Win: Creating Successful Aboriginal Joint Ventures

Brian P. McIntomny
Partner
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP

ARTICLE VI

Maximizing Economic Benefits of First Nation Lands

Darrell Bernard
Director
Department of Public Works and Housing
Membertou First Nation

ARTICLE VII

Community Environmental Education: A First Step to Developing By-Laws for Habitat Protection

Shelley Denny
Unama’ki Institute of Natural Resources

ARTICLE VIII

Aboriginal Participation in Environmental Assessment

Peter Geddes
Manager, Environmental Assessment
Nova Scotia Environment

ARTICLE IX

Developing Reserve Land: Environmental and Other Considerations

Derek A. Simon
Burchells LLP

ARTICLE X

Aboriginal Inclusions; Hunter/Trapper/Food Gatherer Perspective

Frank Alec
Consultant
Frank J. Alec Consulting