Recent Federal Legislation Affecting Aboriginal Communities (Archived Video Stream) 

Sep. 30, 2015
Toronto Online

Recent Federal Legislation Affecting Aboriginal Communities
Aboriginal Law | Original Program Date: September 30, 2015

In the last couple of years the federal government has introduced a number of legislative changes that affect Aboriginal communities.  Get yourself up to date with this timely program:  learn more about these changes, identify the most important impacts on Aboriginal communities and those working with them, and receive best-practice tips and strategies.  Our panel of leading experts in Aboriginal law will guide you through the most important federal legislative changes, including:

  • Bill C-10 (Tackling Contraband Tobacco Act)
  • Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act (on Impact Benefit Agreement payment disclosures)
  • Safe Drinking Water for First Nations Act
  • First Nations Financial Transparency Act
  • Family Homes on Reserves and Matrimonial Interests or Rights Act
  • Bill C-51 (Anti-terrorism Act)
  • And more


Chief Sara Mainville, Couchiching First Nation
Zac McCue, 
Councillor, Curve Lake First Nation and Director, Curve Lake First Nation Economic Development Corporation
Jeremiah Raining Bird, Olthius Kleer Townshend LLP


Kevin Scullion, Scullion Law


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    For 1 to 3 Participants
    CBA Member: $50*
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    CBA Member: $75*
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