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How the Indigenous Advisory Committee will affect major infrastructure projects

Mandate announced by Canada Energy Regulator will affect Indigenous involvement and engagement

How the Indigenous Advisory Committee will affect major infrastructure projects

On Feb. 18, the Canada Energy Regulator announced the mandate of its Indigenous Advisory Committee. According to the CER, this committee will comprise only Indigenous members. It will play “a key advisory role to the [CER board of directors] on how best to enhance the involvement of Indigenous peoples and organizations in respect of CER-regulated infrastructure and other matters.”

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