Learning Seminar



November 22, 2011
Westin Hotel, Halifax Nova Scotia

As Aboriginal consultation continues to evolve across Canada, Proponents and Third Parties are playing an increasingly important role in the consultation process. This learning seminar offers essential information for the business sector, industry and professional associations, consultants, legal professionals, governments, non-governmental organizations, Mi'kmaq groups, and those who need to gain a better understanding of the elements of the Duty to Consult and the Crown's delegation of procedural aspects of consultation to Proponents.

Seminar Highlights

  • Fundamentals of Duty to Consult and Accommodation
  • Case Law for Proponents
  • Provincial and Federal government perspectives
  • Delegation of procedural aspects - Nova Scotia's approach
  • Establishing relationships with First Nations
  • Exploring and developing Impact Benefits Agreements (IBAs).

Download the PDF Program and Agenda

For more information, please contact:
Tracy McHarg
Tel: (902) 424-4174
Email: mchargta@gov.ns.ca