First Nations Major Projects Coalition Fourth Annual Industry Engagement Event, the Indigenous Sustainable Investment Conference
March 18 - March 19
The First Nations Major Projects Coalition’s (FNMPC’s) fourth annual industry engagement event, the Indigenous Sustainable Investment Conference, will be a virtual two-day affair, bringing together Indigenous communities with the government and project finance sectors for focused discussions on:
- how to move projects forward with full Indigenous involvement.
- the impact and opportunity of climate change and Indigenous communities.
- equity ownership by Indigenous communities in major projects.
- incorporating Indigenous interests into environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) principles and strategies.
The conference will be co-hosted by Jean Paul (JP) Gladu, president of A2A Rail Canada and former president and CEO of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB), and Mark Podlasly, director of economic policy for FNMPC and chair of First Nations Partnership (Pipelines).
Conference Sponsor and Virtual Booth Host
A partnership with Morrison Hershfield can provide value to your projects from planning, to funding, design and construction administration, to ensure your projects are successful, sustainable and something your community can truly be proud of.
Stop by our virtual booth to find out more about how a number of Indigenous communities across Canada have benefited from the services we offer and the relationships we form. Stay a while at our booth and have a virtual chat with one of our environmental specialists to learn more.