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The Commons Institute Investing in Aboriginal Canada 2014 – Aboriginal Mawi’omi – conference will be taking place on December 8 and 9, 2014 at Wabano Centre, located at 299 Montreal Road in Ottawa. Lawyer Lanise Hayes will be speaking on the topic of Impact Benefit Agreements.

The two day gathering will bring together Aboriginal leaders, businesses, entrepreneurs, researchers, government actors, consultants, negotiators and others for updates on matters across the full spectrum of Aboriginal affairs.


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