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Mineral exploration and development in Québec and Newfoundland and Labrador is one of the drivers of the regional economy, providing opportunities for new ventures, supporting existing businesses and industries and, increasingly, yielding benefits for First Nations.
Insight Information has organized a comprehensive event and assembled a select group of government, Aboriginal and industry leaders and experts to help conference participants understand what they must do in order to contribute to and benefit from the preceding opportunities.Mineral Exploration in Newfoundland & Labrador and Quebec: present plays and new opportunities
Newfoundland and Labrador benefits plans
Mine closures – recent and imminent
Women’s employment plans
Cumulative consequences of closing of mining projects – how to minimise the impact
Managing risks, unlocking value
Restoring exploration sites
Lessons learned from the BAPE process and the Mine Arnaud project
Impact and Benefit Agreements: First Nation perspective
Who Should Attend
Federal and Provincial Government Energy Officials and Regulators
Officials from Aboriginal Groups and Businesses
Environmental Officials and Consultants
Natural Resources Lawyers and In-house Counsel
Exploration Geologists and Geophysicists
Aboriginal Land Administrators and Regulators
Community Relations Coordinators
Financial and Legal Experts
Mining Industry Executives in:
All the presenters are well-known on the resource scene and will be sharing their insights into what it is that defines the region’s resource sector and, more importantly, how one can participate in developing their resource endowment. Participants will also hear from companies presently involved in the exploration and development of those resources and will learn about the general economic, regulatory and financing environment related to resource projects in the regions, with particular reference to issues associated with First Nations.
Conference attendees will be able to address their questions and comments formally to presenters during sessions and informally during networking breaks. Attendees will also be provided with information materials to assist their assessment of opportunities and to build their network of contacts.
Space is limited, so please register early.
Co-chairs of the Conference
Paul F. Wilkinson, Ph.D.
Vice-président senior aux Affaires environnementales et sociales /
Senior Vice-President, Environmental and Social Affairs
New Millennium Iron Corp.
Larry D. Innes
Partner, Olthuis Kleer Townshend LLP
Special Advisor, Canadian Boreal Initiative
- Investor relations
- Exploration, production and operations
- Business development and strategic planning
- Geology and engineering
- Regulatory, environmental and corporate affairs
- Government and community relations
- Resource management/project management