The conference will bring together those representing a range of interests and viewpoints. CILTNA members from the transportation and logistic sector, consultants, and academics, anyd our many student members will be jointed by invited guests from the media, First Nations, all orders of government and NGOs advoacting greater environmental protection and conservation.
With CILTNA as a non-partisan fourm, speakers will review the current state of the resource development debate. They will then aim to educate and inform each other, and move towards a meeting of the minds on how to hanlde the dofficult question of the rewards and riks of western resource trade.
Breakfast Keynote: Christopher (Chris) Harvey, QC libido-portugal.com/. Commodity Trade Rewards and Risks: The Current State of Play
BC Government Official: Provincial Government Policies: Resources, First Nations, Environment
Panel Discussion – Moderator David Gillen PhD, Director Center for Transportation Studies Sauder School of Business, UBC
– Industry Speaker: Ian Anderson, President, Kinder Morgan Canada
– First Nations Speaker: Dr. Judith Sayers, Strategic Advisor, member and former Chief of the Hupacasath First Nation
– Environmental: Tom Gunton, PhD, Director, Resource and Environmental Planning Program, SFU
Luncheon Keynote: Andy Calitz, CEO, LNG Canada
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