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Building partnerships: Indigenous communities and the mineral industry

The mineral exploration and mining industry and Aboriginal communities continue to explore ways to develop positive relationships that translate into mutually-beneficial outcomes—successful mineral projects and long-term economic development opportunities for communities. Throughout the project cycle, from mineral exploration to mine development and operations, companies and communities have identified a number of challenges impacting the process, as well as opportunities to generate successful partnerships. This session will feature presentations on community engagement, reconciliation, and company-community agreeements.
Chair: Michael Fox, Indigenous Community Engagement (ICE)
Tuesday, March 6, 2018
2:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Location: Room 717

Yukon First Nation engagement and consultation guide: An innovative web based approach.

Panelists: Samson Hartland, Yukon Chamber of Mines; Judy Gingell, Judy Gingell Consulting Inc.; Stephen Morison, SRM Consulting Lt.d

Reconciliation: Unbundling uncomfortable conversations

Panelists: Dr. Cynthia Wesley-Esquimaux, Chair on Truth and Reconciliation, Lakehead Universtiy; Glenn Nolan, Noront Resources

Innovation in impact benefit agreements

Moderator: Emily Nickerson, Engineers Without Borders; Panelists: Scott Mackay, Shared Value Solutions; Geoff Clark, Lands and Resources, Kitikmeot Inuit Association; Kate Kempton, Olthuis Kleer Townshend LLP; Larry Sault, Councillor, Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation; Ben Bradshaw, University of Guelph; Peter Archibald, former Councillor, Taykwa Tagamou Nation
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