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Business Structure Examples that Have Yielded Successful Results in Aboriginal-Proponent Partnerships

The Canadian Institute’s 8th Aboriginal Law, Consultation, & Accommodation Conference
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Toronto, ON
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Overview

Michelle Pockey will speak on "Business Structure Examples that Have Yielded Successful Results in Aboriginal-Proponent Partnerships" at The Canadian Institute’s 8th Aboriginal Law, Consultation, & Accommodation Conference.

Walk through examples of business structures and arrangements that have been used to create thriving partnerships between proponents and aboriginal stakeholders.

  • The history and evolution of what a successful agreement between proponents and aboriginal communities looks like
  • Current structures, examples and considerations:
      • Joint ventures
      • Equity sharing
      • Equity partnerships
      • Resource revenue sharing
      • Community benefit agreements

Register for The Canadian Institute’s 8th Aboriginal Law, Consultation, & Accommodation Conference using priority service code 304L15.S to receive $200 off registration as a client or contact of Michelle Pockey!