Indigenous Rights and Changes to Environmental Impact Assessments

In Committee from the House of Commons

Indigenous Rights and Changes to Environmental Impact Assessments

Environment and Sustainable Development – April 24, 2018:

Inuit, Indigenous, and Métis groups discuss changes to the environmental impact assessment process in Bill C-69, the government’s environmental reforms.

Participating in the study are the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation’s Kate Darling and Jennifer Lam; the Nunatsiavut Government’s Andrea Hoyt; Makivik Corporation’s Mark O’Connor; the Canadian Environmental Law Association’s Richard D. Lindgren; the Métis National Council’s Kathy Hodgson-Smith; Tsleil-Waututh Nation’s Chief Maureen Thomas and John Konovsky; as well as Mikisew Cree First Nation’s Melody Lepine and Mark Gustafson.