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The mineral industry and Indigenous communities: Canadian and international experiences

Monday, March 5, 2018
Room 714
This session will identify key issues and partnerships between exploration and mining companies and Indigenous communities. Specifically, panelists will examine experiences and share insights about operating in different political, social and cultural contexts around the world and how companies and communities work together. By exploring experiences of engaging with Indigenous communities in Canada and internationally, this session will highlight some of the unique and common challenges, as well as the opportunities when building relationships and developing partnerships.
Chair: Dr. Jonathan Fowler, J. A Fowler and Associates Inc.
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

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