Managing Aboriginal Land and Water Interests

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Report Code: ABP11671. March, 2011. Toronto, ON

ARTICLE I

First Nations and the Bill S-11 Experience: Lessons Learned and Future Directions

Allison Thornton
Partner
Koch Thornton LLP

ARTICLE II

Lands and Economic Development – “Extending the Boundaries”

Jennifer Copegog
Lands Manager
Beausoleil First Nation

ARTICLE III

Key Issues with Impact Benefit Agreements (IBAs)

Richard J. King
Counsel for Five Nations Energy Inc.
Partner, Environmental and Energy Law
Ogilvy Renault LLP

ARTICLE IV

“Water, Water, Everywhere; but Not a Drop to Drink”

Lee D. Wilson
Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry
University of Saskatchewan

ARTICLE V

Carbon Credit Opportunities for Aboriginal Communities

Max Faille
Partner
Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP

Phil Ludvigsen
Director, Carbon Advisory – Canada
KPMG

ARTICLE VI

Land Use Impact – Use of Traditional Knowledge, Land and Occupancy Data

Noella Jacko-Pitawanakwat
Lands Director
Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve

ARTICLE VII

The Duty to Consult with First Nations – Recent Decisions from the Supreme Court of Canada

Keith B. Bergner
Partner
Lawson Lundell LLP

ARTICLE VIII

The Far North Land Use Planning Initiative and the Far North Act, 2010

David de Launay
Assistant Deputy Minister
Regional Operations Division, Ministry of Natural Resources

ARTICLE IX

Siemens. Answers for Canada 2011

Rick Hansen, M.Ed.
National Director, Aboriginal Affairs
Siemens Canada

ARTICLE X

Source Water Protection Planning

Jay S. White, M.Sc., P.Biol.
Principal
Aquality Environmental Consulting Ltd.

ARTICLE XI

Ensuring Safe Drinking Water in First Nations Communities

Juli Abouchar
Partner, Certified Specialist in Environmental Law
Willms & Shier Environmental Lawyers LLP

ARTICLE XII

Technical Issues and Remedies

George Terry
Vice President, Operations – Northern Ontario
Ontario Clean Water Agency

ARTICLE XIII

Traditional Knowledge and Its Role in Consultation

Steve Lindley
Vice President, Aboriginal and Northern Affairs
SNC-Lavalin Inc.