Consultation, engagement and the duty to consult

The Government of Canada consults with Canadians on a wide variety of matters. It engages with Indigenous peoples for many reasons, including the duty to consult.

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Consultation and engagement at Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada and Indigenous Services Canada

Find out more about how Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada and Indigenous Services Canada seek input from First Nations, Inuit, Métis, Northerners and the public to help shape its policies, programs and legislative initiatives.

The Government of Canada and the duty to consult

Learn about the Government of Canada's duty to consult with Indigenous peoples and Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada’s role in developing guidelines and policy direction to accommodate Indigenous groups when it considers conduct that might impact potential or established Indigenous or treaty rights.

Aboriginal and Treaty Rights Information System (ATRIS)

Learn more about this web-based, geographic information system and how it provides access to documents and maps that are used to help governments, industrial entities and others determine their consultation obligations and conduct research.

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