Building mutually beneficial relationships among First Nations, industry, and governments is at the heart of many major projects and developments in Canada. The form these relationships take substantially determines the ability of First Nations to monitor and control such projects when they impact Indigenous rights. Determining how to prioritize issues of importance for all parties, and the most efficient and effective methods of monitoring and collaborating, is an important part of each project’s success. This program will bring together experts in the fields of Aboriginal and environmental law, as well as leaders who have overseen monitoring of major projects from different perspectives. Attendees will gain insights into the legal issues raised by the need to monitor major projects, knowledge of practical methods by which to implement monitoring committees and similar instruments, and advice from experts working in the field as to how to integrate First Nations, industry, and government stakeholders into a cohesive, collaborative team.