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MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR

The First Nations Major Projects Coalition is a collective group of First Nations, both elected and hereditary, who have made the decision to come together to advance our shared interests of gaining ownership in the major projects taking place in our territories. At the Coalition, we believe that economic opportunities must go hand in hand with environmental stewardship which is why we also provide technical support to First Nations in conducting impact assessments and environmental reviews in accordance with their laws and values. We are paving the way for a brighter future in this country – one that will bring about positive outcomes in terms of Indigenous peoples having a greater role in the economy and in terms of the environmental legacies we will leave for the enjoyment of our future generations. Mussi Cho ~ Thank you
– Chief Sharleen Gale, Chair of the Board of Directors FNMPC

FNMPC Sustaining Partners

Sustaining Partners furthers FNMPC’s ability to advance relationships between its members and the private sector on issues of mutual interest. The initial program partners, Colliers Project Leaders, COWI, Gowling WLG and New Gold Inc. will benefit from an exclusive relationship with FNMPC that will be focused on advancing progressive Indigenous business initiatives between the partners and FNMPC members.

This group of companies’ powers FNMPC to increase strategies that promote meaningful Indigenous inclusion in major developments and articulate Indigenous perspectives concerning ESG investment standards and sustainable business practices generally.

If you are interested in becoming an FNMPC Sustaining Partner, please contact Niilo Edwards at executivedirector@fnmpc.ca

SAVE THE DATE

April 25th and 26th, 2022

The two-day hybrid (in-person and online) event will host Indigenous leaders, industry experts, policymakers, and investors across Canada to highlight carbon reducing examples in four key areas that are either Indigenous-led or have strong potential for industry-government-Indigenous partnership: energy generation & transmission, minerals & materials, finance, and policy/regulation.

“Indigenous leadership in the energy transition” 

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