Western Boreal Learning Network

Session One: January 2010

Theme: Engaging partners for Boreal sustainability: Opportunities and challenges in sharing knowledge, increasing understanding, and building contacts and meaningful relationships.

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Session Two: June 2010

Theme: Engaging partners for Boreal sustainability: Multiple developments and snowballing impacts across provincial and territorial jurisdictions

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Session Three: February 2011

Theme: Engaging partners for Boreal sustainability: opportunities and challenges in grassroots engagement and free prior informed consent

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Session Four: December 2011

Theme: Engaging partners for Boreal sustainability: opportunities and challenges presented by the Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement (CBFA), the Northern Gateway Pipeline Project, and the oil sands in Alberta

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Central Boreal Learning Network

Session One: November 2009

Theme: Land use planning: Opportunities and challenges in sharing knowledge, increasing understanding, and building contacts and meaningful relationships.

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Session Two: May 2010

Theme: Collaborative relationships in land use planning

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Session Three: December 2010

Theme: Land use planning: Aboriginal rights, treaty rights, conservation, and current opportunities and challenges to land-use planning and land management (Plan Nord, the Far North Planning Act, Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement, and mining/mining sector reform)

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Session Four: June 2011

Theme: Land use planning: Conducting community based land-use planning within a provincial legislative framework and UNESCO World Heritage Site process, the Ring of Fire, and going beyond Bill 191 (Ontario)

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