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Meetings and Agendas

CFN meetings provide an informal, confidential venue for members to discuss issues and challenges that currently affect their daily lives, and stay on top of challenges and opportunities that are on the horizon.

Upcoming Events

Virtual Fall 2021 Members Meeting, stay tuned for more to come. 

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COVID-19 Message

Due to the current situation, the Conference Board of Canada will not be holding any in-person meetings at this time, to ensure the Health and Safety of employees, members and guests. For more information, please click here. We are hosting virtual meetings and events throughout this time.

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Past Agendas


Agenda - April 1 - May 6, 2021 | Virtual Event 
Theme: "Post-Covid-19 Economic Recovery in a Northern and Indigenous Context." 


Agenda – November 25-26, 2020 | Virtual Event
Theme: "Skills Development and Education Within a Northern and Indigenous Context"

Agenda – October 1, 2020 | Virtual Event
Theme: "Indigenous Clean Energy"

May 7, 2020 | Virtual Presentation
Theme: "Linking Indigenous Communities to Regional Development"

May 7, 2020 | Virtual Presentation
Theme: "Towards Transformative Transportation Infrastructure in Canada’s Territorial North"

May 4, 2020 | Virtual Presentation
Theme: "Economic Outlook Sharp, Deep, Unprecedented"


December 11–12, 2019
Ottawa, ON
Theme: Economic Development in Remote Canada: Key Success Factors and Considerations

May 1-2, 2019
Prince Rupert, BC
Theme: Meaningful Partnerships: Indigenous Participation in Infrastructure Development and Major Resource Projects


October 24–25, 2018
Winnipeg, MB
Theme: Governance in the Provincial North: Managing Jurisdictional Complexity in the Pursuit of Economic Development 

May 23–24, 2018
Whitehorse, YT
Theme: Indigenous Self-Governance and Infrastructure Development in Yukon

View all past agendas

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Stefan Fournier

Jo-Leen Folz
Council Manager