Implementing the Impact Assessment Act Training – September 20 and 21, 2022


Day 1 – September 20, 2022: Assessment of Potential Impacts on the Rights of Indigenous peoples

Guidance: Assessment of Potential Impacts on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Noémie Deshaies, Senior Consultation Analyst

The Mohawk Council of Kahnawake (MCK) and the assessment of the impacts on the rights of Indigenous peoples
Francis Walsh, Legal Counsel

Groupe Synergis/Nutshimit-Nippour, with Me Jacynthe Ledoux (Cain Lamarre)
Julie Breton, Biologist | Elaine Bougie, Landscape Architect | Me Jacynthe Ledoux, Lawyer

Day 2 – September 21, 2022 : Assessment of Potential Impacts on Health, Gender Cultural and Socio-economic Components

Baseline Study for Cumulative Effects on James Bay Valued Coastal Ecosystems – Chisasibi Eeyou Resource and Research Institute (CERRI)
presentation 1
presentation 2
Dante Torio, Marine Biologist and Spatial Ecologist, Isaiah Coonishish, Co-Researcher, Jesse Scipio, Co-Researcher and Nicholas Chakapash, Co-Researcher

Mission and Tools for the Assessment of Health Components – First Nations Quebec – Labrador Health and Social Services Commissions (FNQLHSSC)
Jasmine Sawadogo, Research Officer & Annie-Claude Veilleux Research Officer

Indigenous-led Impact Assessment in Mining – Odonaterra Inc.
Caroline Coburn, Managing Director | Fiona Wirz-Endrys, Environmental Consultation Planner

Assessing Potential Impacts on Archeological and Cultural Heritage – Grand Conseil de la Nation Waban-Aki
Geneviève Treyvaud, Archeologist

Relevance of GIS tools within Impact Assessment – FNQLSDI and
Julie Asselin, GIS Project officer at FNQLSDI and Danny Bisson, GIS Specialist and Owner at ProgiGraph