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Aboriginal communities and resource companies use common lands for often opposing uses and differing values.
Aboriginal communities maintain a residual and ongoing right to use lands ceded by them through treaties, while resource companies also have a right to access and use these same lands for mineral development through legislation. In the next decade how will Aboriginal communities and resource companies move from talking about consultation to evolving forms of consent?
In Toronto at our 22nd Annual Conference we will discuss issues paramount to mineral development on Aboriginal lands.
Presentations and other event information is coming soon.