There is a strong correlation between Aboriginal and Treaty Rights, as well as land claims, to the issue of natural resources management.
The Firm has represented First Nations in the negotiation of agreements with both federal and provincial governments for the co-management of their traditional territory, giving the First Nation a decisive voice in achieving the sustainable development of their traditional territory.
Also, the Firm has successfully negotiated with third parties who seek to develop the natural resources on land which is subject to Aboriginal and Treaty Rights, thereby creating precedent-setting impact and benefit agreements and memoranda of understanding.
We provide services in the field of Aboriginal Law. In this regard, we act strictly for First Nations, First Nation Organizations and their members.
Our main priority is to continue to operate effectively and safely while ensuring our clients with legal matters will be handled by respective lawyer team members. Our office monitors the situation daily and we will adjust our service delivery practices as deemed necessary and will be updating on Firm communications messaging system and our current operations focus on the safety of all those from our office, their families, our clients and their communities.
Business will continue, at the moment, under rotating partial in-office staff and continued remote work from home. We anticipate our office may operate under this ‘new normal’ until the end of June 2020. All final in office scheduling is dependent on the daily Government information and directives and under full safety precautions and practices.
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