Event

2024 Economic Reconciliation Summit

How do we balance growth and sustainability, and ensure that reconciliation is at the heart of future prosperity for all? There is clear and exciting leadership coming from countless Indigenous communities, organisations, advocates, and governments from coast to coast to coast. The shared work of reconciliation involves enabling these leaders to lead, catalysing essential investment in Indigenous communities while taking apart economic inequality, and deepening our nation-to-nation relationships in a strong and lasting way.

On May 30, join Canada 2020 and Indigenous leaders from across sectors and territories for a vital day of conversation and engagement at our annual economic reconciliation summit. Explore cutting-edge Indigenous-led economic development projects, the unquestionable value of Indigenous leadership and innovation, and solutions for supporting the sovereignty, wealth, and well-being of Indigenous people and communities now and for generations to come.

The Indigenous-Led Economy: 2024 Economic Reconciliation Summit

Thursday, May 30, 2024| 10:00 to 4:30 ET

The Westin Ottawa

Ottawa, ON

 Early-Bird General Admission: $155
Early-Bird Full Table (7 Tickets): $1,000

Registration after May 25:

 General Admission: $185
Full Table (7 Tickets): $1,250

Further exciting speaker announcements to come.

Featured Participants

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    Chief Sharleen Gale

    Chief, Fort Nelson First Nation and Chair, First Nations Major Projects Coalition

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    Mihskakwan James Harper

    Business Development Manager, NRStor Inc.

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    Chief Crystal Smith

    Chief, Haisla Nation

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    Hon. Patty Hajdu

    Minister of Indigenous Services

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    Hillary Thatcher

    Managing Director, Indigenous and Northern Investments, CIB

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    Fred Di Blasio

    Co-Founder, Managing Partner and CEO, Longhouse Capital Partners

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    Hon. Mary Ng

    Minister of Export Promotion, International Trade and Economic Development

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    Heidi Todacheene

    Senior Advisor to the Secretary, Office of the Secretary, US Department of the Interior

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    Ernie Daniels

    President & CEO, FNFA; Member of the Bank of Canada’s Board of Directors

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    Cassidy Caron

    President, Métis National Council

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    Chief Dylan Whiteduck

    Chief, Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg

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    National Chief Cindy Woodhouse Nepinak

    National Chief, Assembly of First Nations

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    Hon. Dan Vandal

    Minister of Northern Affairs

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    Katherine Koostachin

    VP, Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation, Sussex Strategy Group; Former Senior Advisor, Indigenous Policy and Litigation, PMO

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