Join OCNI and the Canadian Nuclear Law Organization (CNLO), on November 24, 2021, for a one-hour webinar on Indigenous Rights and inclusive nuclear energy projects.
This webinar will take a closer look at the rights of Indigenous Peoples and their impact on existing and proposed nuclear energy projects. The recent British Columbia Supreme Court decisionYahey v. British Columbia, 2021 BCSC 1287is significant as it represents the first time a court in Canada has held that the cumulative effects of multiple projects may form the basis of a treaty infringement. What does the development of case law look like when taking into consideration the duty to consult?
Join our panel of experts on November 24, 2021, to see how inclusive nuclear energy projects can become a standard component in your organization.

Maya Stano

Maya Stano is a Vancouver-based partner whose practice focuses on environmental, Indigenous, natural resource and construction law. Maya is a member of the Environmental, Indigenous, Business, Nuclear, Mining and Construction Law practice groups, and a member of Gowling WLG’s Hydrogen Group leadership team.

Prior to practising law, Maya worked as a professional geological engineer on resource projects, both domestically and abroad, as well as on environmental and contaminated sites projects across British Columbia. That experience gave her a deep understanding of resources projects, related socio-economic interests, and underlying business needs, allowing her to deliver straightforward advice that her clients can understand and implement to protect and successfully advance their interests.

Indigenous Rights: Inclusive Nuclear Energy Projects

  • Wednesday Nov 24 2021, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • Virtual