Tab 1: First Nations & Independent Power Projects

Power Point Presentation: First Nations & Independent Power Projects
(52 slides)
Akemi L. Siu, Syntaris Power, Vancouver, BC

Tab 2: First Nations Clean Energy Business Fund

 Power Point Presentation: First Nations Clean Energy Business Fund (FNCEBF) 
(12 slides)
Simon Coley, Ministry of Energy, Victoria, BC

Tab 3: Carbon Credits - How Can First Nations Benefit?

Power Point Presentation: Sustainable Developments: The Benefits of Carbon Offset Credits for First Nations
(41 slides)
Scott Robertson, Gowlings, Ottawa, ON

Tab 4: Key Issues with Impact Benefit Agreements 

Environmental Issues and Impact Benefit Agreements
(13 pages)
Michael J. McDonald, McDonald & Company, Vancouver, BC

Power Point Presentation: Environmental Protection Commitments: Finding a Contractual Equilibrium
(8 pages)
Caroline Findlay, Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP, Vancouver, BC

Tab 5: Traditional Knowledge Studies, Traditional Land Use and Occupancy Studies 

Power Point Presentation: Traditional Knowledge, Environmental Protection and Monitoring
 (19 slides) 
Merle Alexander, Bull, Housser & Tupper, Vancouver, BC

Power Point Presentation: Assessing Impacts: Where are Aboriginal Knowledge, Use, and Rights Studies Going?
(18 slides)
Craig Candler, The Firelight Group, Victoria, BC 

Tab 6: Land Use Plans Developed by First Nations 

 The Haida Gwaii Interim Agreement: The Kunst’aa Guu- Kunst’aayah Reconciliation Protocol 
(18 pages)
Terri-Lynn Williams- Davidson, White Raven Law Corporation, Surrey, BC

Power Point Presentation: The Haida Gwaii Interim Agreement: The Kunst’aa Guu- Kunst’aayah Reconciliation Protocol 
(42 slides)
Terri-Lynn Williams- Davidson, White Raven Law Corporation, Surrey, BC

Tab 7: Water Rights and Aboriginal and Treaty Rights

Modernizing the Water Act: What it Means for First Nations
(29 pages)
Karey Brooks, Janes Freedman Kyle Law Corporation, Vancouver, BC

Power Point Presentation: Modernizing BC’s Water Act: What it Means for First Nations
(25 slides)
Karey Brooks, Janes Freedman Kyle Law Corporation, Vancouver, BC

Tab 8: Current Issues in Fisheries

The Transition from Provincial to Federal Licensing of Finfish Aquaculture Operations in British Columbia
(16 pages)
Krista Robertson, Robertson Law, Victoria, BC

Power Point Presentation: The Transition from Provincial to Federal Licensing of Finfish Aquaculture Operations in British Columbia
(19 slides)
Krista Robertson, Robertson Law, Victoria, BC

Tab 9: The Prosperity Mine Case

Power Point Presentation: Federal Review of Prosperity Project 
(18 slides)
Dr. Bruce Stadfeld, Mandell Pinder, Vancouver, BC

Power Point Presentation: Prosperity Mine Federal Environmental Assessment
(28 slides)
Jay Nelson and Sean Nixon, Woodward & Company LLP, Victoria, BC

Tab 10: Aboriginal Rights and Title through the Environmental Assessment

The BC Environmental Assessment Process & First Nations
(31 pages)
Mark Haddock, Barrister & Solicitor, Fort Langly, BC

Power Point Presentation: The BC Environmental Assessment Process
(29 pages)
Mark Haddock, Barrister & Solicitor, Fort Langly, BC

Aboriginal Title and Rights and the BC Environmental Assessment Process: An Imperfect Fit
(7 pages)
Tim Howard, Mandell Pinder, Vancouver, BC