First Nations are increasingly reclaiming models of self-government, self-reliance and self-determination. This legally significant progression is fundamental to the principles of reconciliation. It has the power to rebuild the social and economic well-being of Aboriginal peoples, revitalize the internal operations of First Nations, and renew relationships with other nations, governments and external stakeholders.

This two-day program brings together representatives from First Nations and leaders in the field of Aboriginal law for a comprehensive discussion of Indigenous governance, reconciliation and policy building. Our diverse and well-informed faculty will provide attendees with a deep understanding of key issues in this dynamic area.