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To celebrate our 20th anniversary, we brought together expert panels to explore some of the most critical issues for Canadians in 2016. Now available On Demand for those who didn't get to join us in person. #20atOsgoodePD

With oil prices plummeting and Keystone dead, panelists reflecting Aboriginal and industry perspectives discuss the outlook for energy and infrastructure development, and key challenges and opportunities ahead.



  • Richard J. King, Partner, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP, Faculty, LLM in Energy and Infrastructure Law, Osgoode Professional Development


  • Ron Deyholos, Torys LLP, Member of Torys’ Executive Committee and Head of the firm’s Calgary Office
  • Robin Junger, Co-Chair, Aboriginal and Environmental, Co-Chair, Oil and Gas (B.C.), McMillan LLP, Former Deputy Minister of Energy Mines & Petroleum Resources and Deputy Minister of Energy and Clean Technology (B.C.)
  • Lorraine Land, Partner, Olthuis Kleer Townshend LLP; Faculty, LLM in Energy and Infrastructure Law, Osgoode Professional Development
  • Dwight Newman, Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Rights in Constitutional and International Law, University of Saskatchewan

20th Anniversary Speaker Series

Check out the rest of the series focused on some of today’s hot and timely topics.


The video stream will be sent to you via email as soon as registration is successfully processed.

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Program Details

Delivery Method

Web - Program On Demand

Date Recorded
February 18, 2016
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Fee per Delegate


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Eligible CPD Credit Hours


Who Should Attend

  • Lawyers in private practice
  • In-house counsel
  • Transactional, securities, environmental and corporate/commercial lawyers
  • Lawyers who advise Aboriginal communities on mining-related issues
  • Senior executives
  • Investment bankers
  • Engineers
  • Geologists
  • Representatives from natural resources departments in provincial and federal governments

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