Presentations during this session will include discussions on mining outlook, resource revenue sharing, and an update on the Treaty Annuity Case.
Agenda is subject to change
12:00 pm | Registration & Ice Breaker Reception – The Ice Breaker Reception provides a great opportunity for delegates to meet new attendees and catch up with friends and colleagues.
1:00 pm |Welcome and Opening Remarks
1:15 pm |The Economic Outlook of Ontario’s Mining Industry
2:15 pm |Ontario’s Forestry Strategy
3:15 pm | Networking Break
3:30 pm |Revenue Resource Sharing
4:30 pm | Question Period
4:55 pm | Closing Remarks
5:00 pm | End
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