Welcome to the 22nd Annual Nunavut Mining Symposium. Through conversations around "Rocks, Roads, and Resources" we can work together to build an economically strong and independent Nunavut.
Tuesday, April 2 • 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Regulatory Session

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Introducing the Community Engagement Support Program
Erika Zell, Manager, Environmental Assessment and Regulation - Government of Nunavut
Duty to Consult: A Northern Project Development Perspective - Toby Kruger, Partner - Lawson Lundell LLP
Proposed mineral regime allowing for online map selection of mineral claims in Nunavut - Dominque Quirion, Senior Geologist - Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada (CIRNAC)
Opportunities and Challenges: A MAC Perspective - Brendan Marshall, Vice President - Mining Association of Canada (MAC)


Adam Chamberlain

Gowlings LLP

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Brendan Marshall

Vice President, Economic and Northern Affairs, Mining Association of Canada

Erika Zell

Manager, Environmental Assessment and Regulation, Government of Nunavut
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Toby Kruger

Partner, Lawson Lundell
Toby advises private and public sector clients on litigation and regulatory matters. He provides advice on energy, mining, environmental, public utility and Indigenous law issues. Based in Yellowknife and often practicing in his hometown of Calgary, Toby advises clients throughout... Read More →

Dominique Quirion

Senior Geologist, Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada

Tuesday April 2, 2019 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Astro 2

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