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Forging resource development agreements between Aboriginal communities and companies are becoming a business imperative, not an option. Unlocking the potential of electricity, mining, pipeline, forest products and transmission ventures necessitates going far beyond regulatory and legal requirements. Bottom line, Aboriginal interests must be reflected in commercial land-based projects and enterprises. The sessions in this theme focus on Aboriginal-Business Accords that are community-centered, environmentally-sensitive and economically value-additive for major resource development opportunities.
COMMODITIES & CORRIDORS: INTEGRATING ABORIGINAL INTERESTS
One of the more challenging issues resource development proponents face is ensuring that the economic, social and environmental interests of First Nation and Metis communities are integral to any new infrastructure. This session explores go forward agreements that meet both Aboriginal and business expectations.
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