Consultation and Accommodation

Before making decisions about the use of land and resources, the Federal and Provincial governments must take into account how potential aboriginal and treaty rights may be affected and, where appropriate, accommodate impacts. This Duty to Consult buttressed by International Legal Instruments such as the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People (UNDRIP) gives Indigenous people powerful leverage regarding development in their territories.

CG Law has experience in collaborating with First Nations to develop and implement effective engagement protocols which build relationships  between government, industry and communities and are designed to protect the health and wellbeing of citizens, advance economic prosperity and preserve culture and intellectual property.

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