The theme of reconciliation is significant in Canada’s current legal, cultural and political moment. In the legal world, the meaning and implications of this theme have been hotly debated, and debate has extended to the practice of environmental law. In this webinars, invited speakers will discuss what reconciliation means in the context of environmental law, and what path needs to be tread in order to work towards “reconciliation”
The webinar will begin with a welcome & Introduction by host Byron Williams of the Public Interest Law Centre, Aimée Craft and Merell-Ann Phare will then present on the relationship between reconciliation and environmental law and the reality of Canada’s current path towards reconciliation.
The session will close with a 15-20 minute Q&A period.