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SEIMA is the voice of the Environmental Industry in Saskatchewan. We provide networking, communication and educational opportunities to our members, and our goal is to foster the growth of Saskatchewan’s environmental sector through promotion and support of our members and their operations.


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The Duty to Consult in Saskatchewan - Building Understanding, Improving Outcomes

  • 16 Sep 2015
  • 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Wanuskewin Heritage Park, Saskatoon
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  • If you are interested in a Regina workshop in November, please express your interest registering. More news on this possible second workshop will be forthcoming and requires a minimum of 12 expressions of interest. Please note this will not be a free event, however there is no fee to express your interest.
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If you are working or planning to work with First Nations and Métis communities, start with an understanding of the duty to consult in Saskatchewan. This one day workshop covers the Government of Saskatchewan’s duty to consult policy, roles for consultants during engagement and duty consultations, and opportunities for funding. The workshop will build on the information available in the Province’s Proponent Handbook:  Voluntary Engagement with First Nation and Métis Communities to Inform Government Duty to Consult Process.  This one day interactive event will provide you with an understanding of:

  • Treaty and Aboriginal rights
  • The specific circumstances that trigger the duty to consult
  • The Province’s Duty to Consult Policy Framework
  • Who is responsible to fulfill the duty
  • The opportunity for proponents to inform government’s duty to consult process

This information will help increase understanding and better position consultants to work with First Nations and Métis communities or proponents.

To register for the Saskatoon workshop please follow this link. As this is a participatory workshop, registration is limited to 24 people.  The cost to SEIMA members is $200 (non-members: $250), and includes lunch.

If you are interested in a Regina workshop in November, please express your interest by registering. More news on this possible second workshop will be forthcoming and requires a minimum of 12 expressions of interest.

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