Jan 1, 2022
Staying abreast of developments in Indigenous law and policy is critical for legal and business professionals in many industries across Canada. To help you stay current, Osler is pleased to introduce Indigenous Law Insights, a monthly webinar series.
Available live and on-demand, each 30-minute session will provide you with an update on recent court decisions, as well as pending and new legislative and policy developments. Members of our Indigenous Law group will deliver timely and practical information about what these developments mean for your business.
Our Indigenous Law Insights monthly webinar series is available on demand to help you navigate important issues:
View our webinar about the impact of the IAA on Indigenous Peoples
Watch our webinar about the federal government UNDRIP action plan
View our webinar about the 2023 Métis self-government recognition and implementation agreement
View our webinar about determining legal authority for Indigenous community representation
Watch our webinar about Traditional Indigenous Knowledge in Canadian law.
View our webinar about Canada - MNA agreement
Watch our webinar about UNDRIP implementation developments
Watch our webinar about the B.C. First Nations implementation agreement
Watch our webinar on post-report consultation and consultation on supplemental project permits
View our webinar on contracting with Indigenous communities or businesses located on a reserve
Watch our webinar about the infringement of treaty rights on the basis of cumulative effects of development
Watch our webinar about the first consent-based decision making agreement in B.C.
View our webinar about B.C.'s UNDRIP action plan
Watch our webinar about British Columbia’s UNDRIP Action Plan and how the Civil Code of Québec intersects with Indigenous law
View challenges to on-reserve project development webinar
Watch our Indigenous equity ownership funding opportunities webinar
View our webinar about two provincial land development court decisions that have potential cross-Canada implications
Creating partnerships with Indigenous communities
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