Marine and mining development activities are occurring on Indigenous territories, and it is imperative that Indigenous peoples assert their jurisdiction over their lands by being involved in the creation of legislation and industry standards, and the management and jurisdiction of resource-rich lands and ocean spaces.
This two-day program will assemble world leaders in mining and marine development and Indigenous law, to provide delegates with in-depth information and practical insights to understand what’s next in this growing field. For those who wish to remain current and informed, this program should not be missed.
Key Areas Addressed:
- BC mining laws, Indigenous jurisdiction and the role of UNDRIP
- Canadian and international perspectives on title to submerged lands and oceans
- Mining industry standards
- Climate change policies
- Global examples of Indigenous jurisdiction over mining and marine development
Who Should Attend:
- Lawyers practising in the areas of Aboriginal law, administrative law, and business law
- Aboriginal leaders, officials, councillors, elders, negotiators, administrators, and advisors
- Owners, managers and representatives of resource development companies and companies operating on Crown land
- Federal, provincial and municipal government officials and policy advisors
- Consultants, accountants, financial planners, and others assisting First Nations with financial matters and business operations
Attend in-person (Downtown Vancouver) or via live webinar.
By phone: 604-730-2500