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Strengthening Relationships with Indigenous Peoples Through the Consultation and Accommodation Process


Reconciliation is an ongoing process, through which Indigenous peoples and the Government of Canada work cooperatively to foster healthy and sustainable Indigenous nations.

This event brings together spokespersons from Indigenous communities across the country to share their knowledge and insights on how the consultation and accommodation process is important for strengthening the relationships between the Government of Canada and Indigenous peoples. Panellists will discuss how fair and equitable consultation can lead to self-determination for Indigenous communities and help forge strong, lasting and mutually beneficial relationships.

This event is presented in partnership with the Department of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada.


  • Elder Barbara Brant
  • Hélène Boivin, Government Relations Coordinator, Pekuakamiulnuatsh Takuhikan
  • Dr. Sarah Elsasser, Senior Regulatory Policy Advisor, Wek'eezhii Land and Water Board
  • Nathalie Gagnon, Associate Director, Indigenous Learning, Canada School of Public Service


Jean Ouellet, A/Senior Manager, Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada

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