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2016 National Conference – The Daniels Case: Understanding The New Era of Métis Rights Law

TAB A
Agenda

TAB B
Faculty List and Biographies

TAB 1
The Supreme Court of Canada’s Decision in Daniels v. Canada: Overview & Potential Implications

JASON T. MADDEN, Partner, Pape Salter Teillet LLP
(legal counsel for the intervener, Métis National Council,in the Daniels case)
KAREY BROOKS, Partner, JFK Law (legal counsel for the intervener, Aseniwuche Winewak Nation, in the Daniels case)
MARK R. KINDRACHUK, Q.C., Senior General Counsel, Justice Canada (counsel for Canada in the Daniels case)

TAB 2
Post Daniels: What Does the Road Ahead Look Like?

THOMAS ISAAC, Partner, Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP and served as Ministerial Special Representative on Métis Rights
JOE WILD, Senior Assistant Deputy Minister, Treaties and Aboriginal Government, Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
AL BENOIT, Chief of Staff, Manitoba Métis Federation

TAB 3
Keynote Presentation
The Purpose and Goal of the Manitoba Métis Federation v. Canada Case: The Métis Perspective

DAVID CHARTRAND, LL.D. (hons), O.M., President,
Manitoba Métis Federation

TAB 4
The Broader Implications of Daniels v. Canada: The Division of Powers and Section 91(24)’s Role in Aboriginal Law Today and into the Future

P. MITCH MCADAM, Q.C., Director, Constitutional Law Branch, Saskatchewan Justice
CLÉMENT CHARTIER, Q.C., President, Métis National Council

TAB 5
The Implications of Daniels and Recent Federal Developments on Métis Land Rights and Other Métis Claims: The Métis Perspective

DARWIN HANNA, Partner, Callison& Hanna
JASON T. MADDEN, Partner, Pape Salter Teillet LLP

TAB 6
Notes