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New Diplomacy of Natural Resources Partners

Partners of The New Diplomacy of Natural Resources represent the key stakeholders in the natural resource sector, including governments, aboriginal peoples and groups, environmental non-governmental organizations and industry leaders.

 

UNA-Canada also partners with academic institutions to ensure high calibre participants and educational outcomes for the programme. Partners receive a number of unique opportunities for effective consultation and constructive dialogue with other stakeholders, as well as to engage with the best and brightest youth, Canadian and global communities.

 

Previous partners include:

Aboriginal Affairs & Northern  Development Canada
Alberta Environment and Parks
Alberta Energy Regulator 
Assembly of First Nations 
Balsillie School of International  Affairs
BC Ministry of Natural Gas  Development
BC Oil & Gas
British Columbia Assembly of First Nations
C3 Alliance Corp
Canadian Council for Aboriginal  Business
CAPP (Foundational Partner) 
Carleton University  

Concordia University
Congress of Aboriginal Peoples
Enbridge Northern Getaway  Pipelines
Environment Jeunesse
Environmental  Law Centre

Focus Equity
Government of Alberta 
McGill University
Mining Association of BC
Pembina Institute  

Ryerson University
Sauder School of Business (UBC)
Shell Canada
SIMS Group

The City of Calgary
University of Calgary, School of Public Policy
University of British Columbia
University of Northern British
Columbia (Department of First  Nations Studies)
University of Ottawa 
University of Toronto 
University of Waterloo 
Wilfrid Laurier University