In Committee from the Senate of Canada - Aboriginal Peoples - November 25, 2014
Senators continue their study on challenges relating to First Nations infrastructure on reserves. Mark Romoff, the president and CEO of the Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships and Dale Booth, the president of Tiree Innovation Inc. discuss the benefits of using public-private partnerships, or P3’s to reduce infrastructure deficits on reserves.
Madeleine Paul the (chief, Eagle Village First Nation, Quebec) and Guy Latouche (consultant) from the Assembly of First Nations of Quebec and Labrador, John G. Paul (executive director) of the Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations Chiefs Secretariat, David Harper (grand chief) and Michael Anderson (natural resources secretariat, research director) from Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak Inc. and Kevin McLeod (director of housing, economic and community development secretariat) of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations share observations and proposals to improve the infrastructure on reserves.
(November 25, 2014)