North of 60 – Actualizing the True Economic Potential


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Report Code: ABP16072 |  May, 2016  |   Yellowknife, NWT

ARTICLE 1:  Connecting the Dots

Mike Bradshaw
Executive Director
NWT Chamber of Commerce

ARTICLE 2:  The Current Economy – How are We Coping? … sparking a conversation on the need for change and resiliency

Tom Hoefer
Executive Director
NWT & Nunavut Chamber of Mines

ARTICLE 3: What does it Mean for Communities? Developing the Infrastructure Framework for Development

Margaret Kralt
Planner and Office Manager

ARTICLE 4: A Model for Aboriginal Economic Participation in Remote Infrastructure Development

Cynthia Westaway
Devlin Gailus Westaway

ARTICLE 5: P3’s:  Bridging the First Nations Infrastructure Gap

Dale Booth
Tiree Innovation

ARTICLE 6: The Path Forward – Five Year Plan

Keith Henry
Chair and Chief Executive Officer
Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada

ARTICLE 7: Choosing a Path Forward

Darrell Beaulieu
President and Chief Executive Officer
Denendeh Investments Incorporated

ARTICLE 8: Respectful Engagement in a Modern (post-Tsilhqot’in and UNDRIP) Canada

Rob Miller
Miller Titerle + Company LLP

ARTICLE 9: The New Indigenous Economy

Bernd Christmas
Chief Executive Officer

ARTICLE 10: Financing Aboriginal Ownership Of Industry Projects

Sarah Bird
Miller Titerle + Company LLP

ARTICLE 11: Funding Sources for NWT Businesses

Pawan Chugh
Chief Executive Officer
NWT Business Development and Investment Corporation

ARTICLE 12: Maximizing Business Opportunities through Joint Ventures

Kennedy Bear Robe
Miller Thompson LLP

ARTICLE 13: Key Considerations in Preparing an Attractive Business Strategy

Alain Chiasson
Field Law

ARTICLE 14: Designing a Northern Labour Force Development Strategy

Allan Twissell
NorthWays Consulting