|"Learning from Experience ... Aboriginal Programs in the Resource Industries"|
4.1 Developing Framework Agreements and Cooperation Protocols
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Sponsor: Nabors Canada Ltd.
Develops and implements partnership agreements for capacity-building and revenue-sharing arrangements from drilling contracts on Aboriginal lands.
Sponsors: Graymont Western Canada Inc. and Ts’kw’aylaxw First Nation
Develops a framework document that identifies opportunities and a process for achieving a sustainable long-term relationship between the First Nation (reserve lands) and Graymont Western.
Sponsors: Athabasca Tribal Council/Industry
A process whereby First Nation communities and industry work together to achieve orderly industrial development, mitigate impacts and ensure that Aboriginal communities share in the benefits of industrial development.
Sponsors: COGEMA Resources Inc., Cameco Corporation and the Athabascan communities in Saskatchewan
Establishes a process for managing the concerns identified by Aboriginal and other northern communities and sharing in the benefits resulting from development of the mining industry in northern Saskatchewan.
Sponsor: Millar Western Forest Products Ltd.
A broad agreement with the Alexis First Nation that provides support for capacity development, facilitates participation in the forestry industry and improves the economic and educational prospects of their community.
Sponsor: True North Energy
Provides an innovative community partnership agreement to balance the growing Aboriginal community expectations in northeastern Alberta with the business need for economic performance.
Sponsor: Petro-Canada Ltd.
Establishes a positive relationship through a co-operation protocol for administrative oil and gas referrals in respect to Petro-Canada’s activities in the consultation area.
Sponsors: Tolko Industries Ltd., Lesser Slave Lake Indian Regional Council (LSLIRC)
Provides the basis for formalizing communications between the Lesser Slave Lake Indian Regional Council (LSLIRC) and Tolko Industries.