Town Hall: Energy Infrastructure - The Environment and Economy Debate

Energy resources are a huge Canadian competitive advantage and a major economic driver. Getting these energy resources to markets requires pipelines and electricity infrastructure with potentially dramatic environmental and social impacts, such as on Aboriginal communities.  Whether it's Keystone XL, Northern Gateway, or new large-scale electricity generation and transmission, grappling with the sustainable development of energy infrastructure is a critical business and environment issue. This special session will provide an opportunity to hear from key players engaged in the discussion on the development of energy infrastructure in North America.

Confirmed Participants:

Chris Henderson, President, Lumos Energy & Co-Founder, The Delphi Group, Canada (Moderator)
Dave Collyer, President, Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, Canada
Larry Innes, Aboriginal Leadership Initiative, International Boreal Conservation Campaign, Canada
Phil Fontaine, President, Ishkonigan Inc. & Former National Chief, Assembly of First Nations, Canada
Gord Lambert, Vice President of Sustainable Development, Suncor Energy, Canada
Gord Ritchie, Vice Chairman, RBC Capital Markets, Canada