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General Business Law - Northern Canada and Arctic
This content is provided by Christine Kowbel
Climate Change, Environmental & Regulatory, Indigenous Law, Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Mining, Northern Canada, Project Permitting, and Regulatory Compliance.
Christine Kowbel practices environmental and Indigenous law, providing advice in respect of major project development, environmental assessment, permitting, operational matters and acquisition and sale of industrial projects.
She provides mining industry advice, representing clients with respect to permitting and regulatory aspects of exploration, development, operation and closure of mining projects. A significant amount of Christine's practice is focused on advising clients with projects in Canada's North. Through her work, Christine has developed an understanding of the political, cultural and business dynamics in the Canadian North, which provides her with rare insight into the various players' perspectives, including Inuit, government and industry.
Christine's other clients include energy, ports, forestry and other natural resource sector companies, as well as banking institutions and real estate developers.
Christine is admitted to the bars of British Columbia (2002), Northwest Territories (2009), Nunavut (2011), and Yukon (2015).
Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC), Lands Committee Member.
Canadian Bar Association: Environmental Law, Administrative Law, and Natural Resources, Member.
Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, Member