2022 National Coalition of Chiefs Energy and Natural Resource Summit

Sunday, 05 June 2022 8:30 AM - Friday, 10 June 2022 10:00 PM [MDT]

19 Bullhead Road, Priddis, Alberta, T0L 1W0, Canada

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NCC Summit Trade Show Booth Partial Approval - $2,625.00

10’x10’ Booth with Cloth partitions, one table, two chairs, access to power.

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Sunday, 05 June 2022 8:30 AM - Friday, 10 June 2022 10:00 PM [MDT]

Seven Chiefs Sportsplex and Jim Starlight Event Centre, 19 Bullhead Road, Priddis, Alberta, T0L 1W0, Canada.

Registration is now open for the National Coalition of Chiefs Energy and Natural Resource Summit June 5-6, 2022 at the Seven Chiefs Sportsplex & Jim Starlight Centre on the Tsuut’ina Reserve.

Meet and Greet Reception from 3:00 – 9:00pm on June 5 will be hosted at the offices of NOW Wealth Management Solutions of Raymond James Ltd. at Suite 350, 214 11 Ave. SW, Calgary, AB, T2R 0K1

The National Coalition of Chiefs (“NCC”) was introduced through meetings of a group of First Nation Chiefs from across Canada who were interested in forming a coalition of industry-supportive and pro-development Chiefs from across Canada with a mandate to “Defeat On-Reserve Poverty”. NCC leaders understood that a venue for creating positive and cooperative dialogue directly between Indigenous leaders and leaders from the Natural Resource Industry does not currently exist, and that Indigenous communities were faced with constant social despair caused by an ongoing and relentless poverty crisis. Thus, NCC leaders agreed that a new approach was needed, and that this new approach would focus on creating positive and cooperative dialogue between Indigenous leaders and leaders from Canada’s Natural Resource Industry with a current focus on Canada’s oil and gas industry. Progressive First Nation Chiefs from across Canada will gather on a regular basis with CEOs from Canada’s Natural Resource Industry to exchange ideas and initiatives to improve their relationship, to support major project developments, and to work towards bringing Canada’s Indigenous community into prosperity through heightened levels of Indigenous participation in Canada’s economy.


The NCC Energy Summit is an important opportunity for industry leaders to come together with pro-development First Nation Chiefs to bridge the gap and be able to work together to get projects going and completed. First Nation recognize the benefits that hydrocarbon production provides to their communities and recognize that they offer an available solution for ending poverty.

 

The NCC Chiefs want to ensure Industry is in the room to allow for greater discussion and networking on alignment of our shared interests.

 

*Refunds are not currently available for this event. 

 

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Dale Swampy

The NCC's goal is to bridge the gap between First Nation Communities and Canada’s Natural Resource Industry, and encourage economic development through active and positive community participation in Natural Resource Projects.

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